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Partner Visas

Prospective Marriage (fiancee) visas and Partner (Spouse) visas are our speciality, and comprise most of our clients. 

Prospective Marriage Visas (subclass 300): for people intending to get married.

Partner (Spouse & Interdependent Partner) Visas (subclasses 309/100 or 820/801): for partners who are married or in de facto (common law) relationships. Also for same-sex partners in interdependent relationships

Partner visas are done in several stages, and are initially temporary. But they all lead to future permanent residency when processed and supported properly. The Partner Migration Program requires sponsorship by a fiancé, de facto spouse or partner living in Australia, you are assessed on the basis of your relationship to the sponsor, against Australia's health and character requirements. There are no language or employment assessments involved.

The sponsor must be either an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen, and should usually be 18 years of age or older.

If you are interested in Australian visas, contact bernie@albanomigration.com for information and advice on which visa is best suited to you. We offer free initial consultation.
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