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Love wins again | Gavin and Jan’s Spouse Visa Story

Originally from Victoria, Gavin Guy is an honest and hard-working Brisbane businessman who met the love of his life, Janthip Aronran in 2010. Introduced by a mutual friend, the couple’s friendship

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Being in love should not be this hard…

Have you ever been in love? Most of us are lucky to get our happily ever after with our partners. But some of us are not so lucky. When the one you love is from a different country, trying to

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Australia’s 2015-16 Migration Programme

Up to 190,000 permanent migration places will be available in 2015-16 as announced by the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection  as part of the Budget on 12 May 2015. The number of

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Loving an Australian; the Most Expensive of all Foreign Partners.

  For many expats living abroad, finding love in your new city makes your new life even more worthwhile. When you fall in love with someone from another country and start to make plans

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Visa Fee Increase 2015

PARTNER VISA AND PROSPECTIVE MARRIAGE VISA FEE INCREASE GOVERNMENT PROPOSED FEE INCREASE 1 JULY 2015 Offshore partner visa fees are about to double in price with ALL partner visas regardless

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For couples that are married, in a same-sex relationship or de-facto relationship.

For couples that are married, in a same-sex relationship or de-facto relationship. The Partner visa or otherwise known as a Spouse visa or De Facto visa is a visa upon grant allows the spouse

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Top 5 partner visa questions – Answered!

As a lover of a good love story and a partner visa expert, our Managing Director Emma Drynan of Freedom Migration shares her answers to the most frequently asked questions by families going down

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Celebrations and Holidays

Most workers in Australia have around 12 national and state public holidays throughout the year, in addition to their annual holidays. These include: • New Year’s Day, which is on 1 January

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Education

Under Australian law, children must generally attend school from the ages of five to 15 years, but these ages may vary slightly in some states or territories. The government provides free education

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Emergency Services

Triple Zero (000) – Australia’s Emergency Call Service The Triple Zero (000) service is the quickest way to get the right emergency service to help you. It should be used to contact

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