Partner visa (apply in and out Australia)

Partner visa (Temporary) and Partner visa (Permanent) apply for together.

Partner Visa Australia

Partner Visa 820 and 801

The temporary Partner visa (subclass 820) is granted first and lets you stay in Australia while you are waiting for your permanent Partner visa (subclass 801).

You should apply both Partners visa 820 and 801 at the same time as the procedure. Temporarily visa 820 remains while vis 801 Permanent visa it processes.

You should also submit the sponsorship

Apply after the first step applicant has submitted and given their your :

  • Transaction Reference Number (TRN) or
  • application ID

Related Forms 888, Form 80, form 956

The Sponsor can be an Australian Citizen, Australian permanent residency and Eligible New Zealand Citizen, as the spouse or de facto partner of the applicant

A simple term that Spouse means Married & De Facto means living together for at least 12 months 

Check here for more details for visa 820/801

VISA 309/100 PARTNER VISA OVERSEAS

The visa 309/100 lets the partner of an Australian, live in Australia permanently.

Visa 309&100 Application location

Partners, whether spouse or de facto (both same-sex and opposite-sex), of: 

• Australian citizens 

• Australian permanent residents or 

eligible New Zealand citizens 

who apply outside Australia for a permanent visa on the basis of that relationship. Application for both visas is made at the same time, using the same form. 

Two years wait out period for visa 309/100

Under two-stage partner visa arrangements, applicants apply on the one application form for both a provisional visa 309 and a permanent visa 100 at the same time.

In most cases, applicants are not eligible…

Check here to know more information about visa 309/100

VISA 300 – PROSPECTIVE MARRIAGE – Partner visa

The visa 300 is for persons seeking entry to Australia to marry their Australian Partner.

The 300 visa pathway

This visa is for persons seeking entry to Australia to marry in Australia,

the Australian citizen,

Australian permanent resident

or eligible New Zealand citizen

in their prospective spouse or called ‘fiancé(e).

The visa 300 allows the holder to enter and remain in Australia for 9 months

After marrying their spouse (and while the visa 300 is still in effect), the holder can apply for a Visa-820/-801 Partner visa. • with a view to remaining permanently.

If you intend to marry the spouse outside Australia (that is…

Check here to know more information about visa 300

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET 801 VISA AFTER 820

The current processing time

  • Subclass 820

    Approximately from 23 to 25 months.

  • Subclass 801

    Approximately from 10 to 21 months

  • long-term relationship exception

    Applicants can bypass the two-year waiting period if can demonstrate they are in a long- term relationship.

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