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Australian Partner Visas

Australian Partner Visas

To be eligible for a Partner Visa you must be married to, or in a de facto (common law) relationship, with an Australian citizen or permanent resident. Under the Partner Visa, your partner must sponsor you for a period of 2 years. After this, if the relationship is...

Changes for Visa Applicants in Same-sex Relationships

From 9 December 2017, you can apply for a visa as your partner’s ‘spouse’ if you are in a same-sex marriage following the legalisation of same-sex marriage in Australia. Under the changes, if you are in a same-sex marriage you can apply for a visa as your partner’s...
Partner Visa (Australia) – Married or De Facto

Partner Visa (Australia) – Married or De Facto

You could be granted a Subclass 820/801 or Subclass 309/100 Partner visa if Your partner is an Australian citizen, permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen. You are married or can show that you have lived together with your partner in a ‘de facto’...