Happy 2020 to all! I'm very pleased to announce that we have reached the 1 DECADE milestone! This is a proof that we continue to hold the title "Longest running Filipino Australian Forum" on the net! This will not be possible without your continued support , especially to those who kept on visiting us and helping others with their AU journey. To those who has already successfully migrated please don't forget us and continue to support our kababayan who will be next in line, while to those who are still in progress, we hope and wish you the best. May this year be a great year to everyone. Thank you!
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Applying Partner Visa (Onshore 820,801) versus (Offshore 300, 309)
Just an info for someone who is still in a process of lodging a partner visa.
You may consider applying for a Spouse Partner visa Onshore just to avoid the long wait of not being with your partner
The steps of which involve
- If still fiance just marry first in the Philippines
- Once married to an Australian Citizen, you can now be sponsored by your partner for a
tourist visa application,
- kailangan yung tourist visa eh walang condition na NO FURTHER STAY. I think you can
have this by having a stat declaration stating that you want to visit your husband/wife
and that you intend to apply for a partner visa in australia.
- If your tourist visa is granted without NO FURTHER STAY condition ,,, then all is well ...
you can apply for a partner visa onshore and while waiting eh kasama nyo na yung
husband/wife sa Australia.
I think this path is worth a try your tourist visa should be granted (kung spouse) the only question is kung meron nakakabit na No Further Stay ....