(Names, characters, places and incidents are used fictitiously):
18 January 2020
Department of Home Affairs
Australian Embassy, India
Visitor Visa Section
RE: Letter in Support of My Visa Application for a Visitor visa (subclass 600) for India
Dear Case Officer,
I, Anika Kapoor of India, am writing this letter based on my intention to travel to Perth where my partner, Peter Beckmand (Peter) lives. My passport number is S123456.
I intend to travel to Perth to visit the home of my partner, Peter Beckmand to experience his lifestyle, learn about his heritage and meet with his family and friends. I want to finally be able to meet his family and friends in person. I have already spoken to some of his family and I am excited about being able to meet these people in person.
I met Peter in June 2017 through a dating website. We met on a dating website and have been continuing our chat by Phone, Email as well as Whatsapp. Through spending so much time talking, we were able to develop our relationship further on every occasion we spoke on the phone. I found Peter to be a charming, humorous and caring person with my best interests at his heart. He was straightforward to establish a conversation with and from the very first chat, I was always comfortable sharing my life stories with him.
We have been talking every day about everything; life, work, kids and catching up with one another. My partner Peter always gives support and helps us in many situations. He also gives me strength, encouragement and the desire to deal with every challenge. I find that with Peter beside me and supporting me, I find new strength within myself. I am more confident in my personal life, and my work has been enhanced with this newfound confidence, strength and much brighter and happier future.
Peter and I have committed to a serious relationship and haven’t been happier since. Our relationship is solid, and even though Peter and I have our residences permanently apart, I feel as though I have known him my whole life. As we have committed to each other, we agreed to bring this relationship to the next level. We got married on 20 December 2019.
My family believes in Peter and his intentions. They have heard about the way he makes me happy and the way he treats me. They have accepted our relationship and trust Peter to take care of me while I am on holiday in Australia and they are so happy that I have met someone who can allow me to travel and see different places.
I have been lucky to have a person like Peter in my life. I have done my best to show him the things I love about my home here in India. Peter is very excited to show me the things that he loves about his home in Perth and I am very excited to learn about Perth and experience it. I consider myself so lucky to travel to Perth and I will be able to return to India to tell of my adventures. I cherish the opportunities that Peter has made available for me and our love continues to grow stronger every day.
I will make sure that I leave Australia before my Visitor visa expires and that I obey all of the conditions on my Visitor visa.
I still have my full-time employment in India in the position for an Operational Manager in one of the logistic companies. I have been working with this company since Dec 2014. My roles include being a Sales Consultant and also managing all the employees, etc. Having these responsibilities in India, I won’t want to stay long term in Australia. I intend to continue with my current employment once my holiday is over.
I am planning to go to Australia from 10 March 2020 to 24 March 2020 and I am planning to visit some places like Kings Park, Perth Zoo, etc.
I have my friends and family who are waiting for me to come back after my trip to Australia. With all that I have back in India, it would be hard for me to leave them behind. I guarantee 100% that I will go back to India after my short holiday.
My partner will be fully supporting my trip by providing accommodation, food, transportation, and ensuring I get to meet and enjoy the company of his family and friends. I have all of my family, and friends in India, to whom I will return to after my short holiday in Australia.
I cannot live without my partner and we will do whatever it takes for us to be legally together in Australia. I can guarantee that I am a genuine Visitor and will not do anything to jeopardise our future plans of applying for another visa application as this is the only way we are able to be together one day.
We both know that if I overstay a visa in Australia that I may face up to a 3-year ban and this is not an option for either of us.
Thank you kindly for reading my letter. All I have stated is true and sincere. If you have any questions or would like to know more about our relationship and/or my intentions to travel to Perth, please contact me.
Address : 24, Bidhan Sarani, India
Phone : +91-123456
Email : [email protected]