Australian Fiancé Visa Requirements for 2018
An Australian Fiancé Visa or as it is commonly known, Prospective Marriage Visa, is a visa that allows you to come to Australia to Marry your Fiancé. It’s importan to know the basic Australian Fiancé Visa requirements before you going through application process.
Most applicants who apply for the Australian Fiancé Visa usually follow the approval of their application with a Partner Visa application.
The Partner visa allows an applicant who is married to an Australian Permanent resident or citizen to live permantly in Australia with their partner. The Partner visa is applied for in 2 stages.
The first stage is the Temporary Partner Visa. This allows you to live temporarily in Australia with your partner, fiancé or Husband/wife. The Temporary visa is granted and valid for 2 years.
After the 2 year period the 2nd stage of the Australian Fiancé Visa is then applied for. This is the Permanent stage of the visa. The reason that the visa is applied for in 2 Stages is because the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection needs to ensure that a relationship is genuine and continuing before approving permanent residency.
You are eligible to apply for the Australian Fiancé Visa, if you and your partner have a wedding date and venue booked in Australia and wedding arrangements are in process. You can then apply for the Partner Visa on the basis of marriage after your wedding day.
It is important to remember that although you may have intentions to be married, your relationship must be genuine and you must be able to provide evidence of this.
Evidence of a genuine and continuing relationship can be such things as photographs, chats, emails, letters and witness statements. You will also need to show evidence of your marriage such as a marriage certificate, photos, invitations and more.
It is recommended that a migration agent assist you with your application from start to finish. This ensures that your application is 100% document ready and that there are no inconsistencies in your application, guaranteeing that your visa application has a positive outcome.
Out of 100% of applications approved, large majority of those have been submitted with the help of a Registered Migration Agent.
This is mainly due to the experience and understanding of the processes of applying for an Australian Visa and the Knowledge and expertise in Australian Fiancé Visa requirements.
An Australian Fiancé Visa can be costly.
No one wants to outlay a lot of money with no guarantee that they will get what they pay for.
The fees for an Australian Fiancé Visa are non-refundable, meaning if your application is not approved, you will have lost a significant amount of money.
Ask Expert Who Familiar With The Australia Fiancé Visa To Minimize Risk of Refusal
The Team at ONE derland Consulting has over 8 years’ experience in Australian Fiancé Visa applications.
Our principal Migration Agent, Indah Melindasari is a Professional Migration Agent in Perth registered with the Australian Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA).
We are regulated in our professional practice and are bound by the profession’s Code of Conduct issued by the Migration Agents Registration Authority.
At ONE derland Consulting we stay with you every step of the way from start to finish for both the temporary and permanent stages of the visa application.
Our consultants are always on hand to speak with you at any time should you have any queries questions or concerns regarding your Fiancé Visa application.
We take out all the hard work and worry, so all you need to do is sit back, relax and enjoy time with your loved one.
If you would like to find out more information about the Australian Fiancé Visa requirements or you would like to know if you are eligible to apply contact us at ONE derland Consulting by visiting our website at www.onederland.com.au.
Speak with a consultant live, or book yourself a consultation with Indah via our online booking portal.
We are happy to help you achieve your dreams of Living with your partner in Australia.