Category Archives for Freedom Migration

Australian Partner Visa 2020 Changes & Catchup

There are still no massive or major changes for the Australian Partner Visa 2020. As a matter of fact, you can go check our 2019 partner visa changes videos if you haven’t. What About

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Where Do They Process Partner Visas?

Where do they process partner visas? To get started, when lodging for a partner visa what we will look out is will it be an onshore visa application or an offshore visa application. What’s

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5 Reasons Why Migration Agents and Lawyers Suck

There’s a negative notion for having migration agents and lawyers in processing partner visas, it could be because there have been cases where couples had their fair share of getting scammed

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‘Tis the season to be jolly!

Season’s greetings! Yes! The holidays are here and our offices are full of that special, happy, holiday spirit! Here at Freedom Migration, we’re all suckers for a good

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What are the new Sponsorship Changes for 2018?

With all the speculation about the anticipated changes to Partner Visa rules, we address questions people are asking and offer some explanation, particularly for Sponsorship changes, in

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Christmas in the Air Conditioning!

A Christmas apart, but still in my heart Another year has flown by and December has come around again. Usually a month where schools close for the year, adults are happy to leave the office

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Love wins again: Adam and Huong

The best Christmas gift ever! Adam is a New South Wales born, online documentation and social media manager. Huong used to work as a beautician and sales woman in Vietnam before moving

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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

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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

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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

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