Spouse Visa

This visa is for applicants who are married to or in a de facto relationship with an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or eligible New Zealand Citizen. OurFamily Migration Senior RMA Mr. Rasheed Backer and associate RMA Mr. Hiyas Backer had more than 25 years of combined expertise dealing with various spouse visa applications from India, Philippines, Europe, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Middle East and other nationals which include cultural and customs. We can deliver specialized guidance and have considerable experience with handling any complex issues that may come up when applying for spouse, partner, de facto visa applications under the jurisprudence of Australian Migration Act and Regulations.

Interdependent Category

The applicant must be in an interdependent relationship with a Citizen, Permanent Resident or eligible New Zealand Citizen. Spouse/ De facto and Interdependent visas are generally granted an initial provisional visa. Permanent visa is granted after a period of two years if the requirements are met.

Prospective Marriage

The applicant must be engaged to be married to a Citizen, Permanent Resident or eligible New Zealand Citizen. The visa is for 9 months and they must get married during this period. The applicant can lodge a spouse application after marriage. It is a requirement that applicants under spouse/ interdependent or fiancé categories must evidence genuine and continuing relationship. Applying for family visas can be a difficult and emotional. Department acknowledges that there is a considerable applications submitted with fraudulent claims and documents under the spouse visa in Australia. It is the best interest of the applicant to get the professional advise and representation from an experienced Registered Migration Agent to safe guard their best interest. The Department can verify documents in a variety of ways before the grant of visa.

Other visa applications considered under the Family migration stream are

The child (Subclasses 101 and 802) visas must be sponsored by an Australian citizen or permanent resident. The Child must be be a natural (biological) child of the Australian parent or an adopted child or step child of the Australian within the meaning of the Migration Act 1958.

To qualify under this category, some of the basic requirements are that the applicant must be the parent of a child of a Citizen, Permanent Resident or eligible New Zealand Citizen and must satisfy the Balance Of Family Test. The applicant’s child must be settled in Australia. Parent visa mainly falls within 2 groups. Parent visa/ Aged parent visa classes and Contributory parent visa. Contributory parent visa were introduced in March 2003 to allow parents willing to make a higher contribution towards future costs. Applicants for normal parent visas can expect a long wait before the visa is Granted. However applicants under the Contributory parent visas are processed more quickly. We have submitted many contributory parent visa applications for our valued clients. Our qualified and immigration law expert can review your options to bring your parents to Australia.

This visa is for those who does not have any close relatives outside Australia and is sponsored by a close relative in Australia who is a Citizen, permanent Resident or Eligible New Zealand Citizen

This visa is for aged, single persons who are financially dependent on a close relative in Australia and sponsored by Australia relative who is a Citizen, permanent Resident or Eligible New Zealand Citizen.
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