Applicable visas: Prospective Partner - Subclass 300
Many Australians will find partners from other parts of the world and have the right to then live together in Australia.
Department of Home Affairs (DHA) have checklists with their requirements.
However, it is not required by law for you to provide their suggested evidence.
It is not always necessary to:
There are alternatives, options and exceptions.
Contact Sharon Harris Migration Specialists if you are unsure of your circumstances.
Can AAT decision be appealed?
Yes. Sharon often represents people in the Administration Appeals Tribunal (AAT) who had their application refused.
The most common reason for refusal is lack of evidence.
Do not be afraid of a refusal as the AAT is independent of the DHA. The AAT must also accept all additional evidence available after you lodged the application with DHA.
We provide options for our advice and representation to save you costs:
Exemption for visa 801, 100
Sadly, Family Violence (FV) is a problem some partners experience.
Many visa applicants are unaware of their rights if they experience family violence, and may be granted an exemption to stay in Australia.
If you believe you are a victim of family violence, please contact Sharon Harris Migration Specialists as we have significant experience in this area.
It's important to know that family violence includes emotional abuse.
Should we prove you are a victim, you will be granted the Permanent Residency Partner visa 801 or 100.