Partner Visas for Australia
If you are married to, going to marry, or currently live with, an Australian citizen, an Eligible New Zealand Citizen or an Australian Permanent Resident, and you want to move to Australia with them, then you may meet the requirements for a Partner Visa Australia.
We are achieving incredibly fast processing times right now, so this is certainly the time to get your application in.
You can apply for an Australian Partner Visa offshore and those subclasses are: Partner (Provisional) Visa Subclass 309 & Partner (Migrant) Visa Subclass 100.
Or onshore in Australia and those subclasses are: Partner (Provisional) Visa Subclass 820 & Partner (Migrant) Visa Subclass 801.
If you are applying for the Prospective Marriage Visa Subclass 300 Australia, you must apply offshore.
What we do & What it costs
£1,200 + VAT (split in 2 payments of £600 + VAT)
- Explanation of options available and processing times for partner visas Australia;
- Comprehensive checklist of documents required for the partner visa application;
- Completion of the online visa application form;
- Lodge the application. Government fees for Partner visas are due to lodge the application;
- Attach documentation;
- Completion of the online sponsorship application form;
- Lodge the sponsorship application;
- Explanation of, and assistance with, the health and character aspects of your partner visa application;
- Liaise with the Australian Government, as necessary, on behalf of the applicant;
- Continuous support throughout the processing stage;
- Explanation of your Visa Grant Notice, any conditions, and what happens afterwards;
- Telephone assistance Monday-Friday 9am-5pm – and even out-of-hours by arrangement; we are always here to help you;
- Membership of an exclusive Facebook group – the DUC Club – giving you access to our staff and other clients that are in the same process or have already made the move to Australia;
- FREE Membership to the DUC Employment Hub – a tool that connects migrants to employers and provides invaluable assistance with your relocation.
- Relocation assistance; specific advice on employment, housing, schooling, where you’re moving to and more.
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