Partner marriage visas will allow you to live in Australia if you are a foreigner who is married or in a de-facto relationship with an Australian citizen. You do not automatically qualify for the visa if you meet the above eligibility criteria. The Department of Home Affairs conducts further checks to ensure that you do not pose a risk to Australian citizens. Below are some requirements that applicants should meet.
Health And Good Conduct
The applicant undergoes medical checks to ensure they do not have an infectious disease at the time of application. If you have a long-term condition, your application could be rejected if the disease will limit the access of Australian citizens to health care. A police certificate is required to prove that you do not have a criminal past in your home country. The department also conducts further background checks to ascertain you do not have affiliations with terrorist or criminal organisations.
Your spouse acts as your sponsor. Typically, they should meet the following requirements:
If the applicant has a child from a previous union, the department will assess the child's best interests when reviewing the application. For example, how will the child maintain social ties that they had previously developed in their home country? Will the move interrupt the child's studies? How easy will it be for the child to settle in Australia? These are critical concerns that could determine your visa approval. More often than not, your case officer will make follow-ups to ensure that you have proper arrangements to ensure the child's comfort in the country.
The visa application process can be tedious. For this reason, you should consider the services of an experienced immigration attorney. The professional will assess whether you meet the eligibility criteria, organise your application documents, and communicate with your case officer.Share
17 August 2021
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