Receiving your Australian Partner Visa is certainly a cause for celebration. The application process is often long and complicated and you deserve a pat on the back for getting through.
However, it’s also worth remembering that when you’re first issued a Partner Visa, you’re only part way there. Your Australian Partner Visa is temporary for the first two years and you then have the opportunity to apply to make it permanent. What does this mean and how do you reach the permanent stage? Read on to find out more...
Happy New Year from everyone at FastVisa – here’s to a healthy and prosperous 2018!
We thought we’d start the New Year by taking a look back at Australia’s migration programme during 2017.
The Department of Immigration and Border Protection recently published results for the 2016-17 migration programme and, unusually, there was a shortfall in the number of visas granted under General Skilled Migration, the Special Eligibility programme, Parent Visas and ‘Other Family’ Visas.
We recently published a blog post outlining legislative changes to Australian visa requirements introduced on 18 November 2017, including new health debt and insurance requirements, changes to the 4020 public interest criterion, postponement of the sponsored Parent Visa and new conditions for temporary residents.
The Migration Legislation Amendment (2017 Measures No. 4) Regulations 2017 F2017L01425 was disallowed in full by the Senate on 5 December 2017. Read on for further details...
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