We’ve had a lot of questions following our update on the changes to visa processing times for partner visas. Inside of our commitment to giving you as much helpful information about the partner visa process as possible, we’ve put together some information as a follow-up.
Let’s start with the first question – are there any changes to the offshore partner visa processing times?
Now onto the second question….
What is considered a high-risk application and what is a low-risk application when Immigration is deciding how to prioritise onshore partner visa processing?
The best thing you and your partner can do to avoid lengthy delays is to lodge a well-prepared application that clearly evidences how you meet all the visa requirements. If you still have questions or if you’re wanting a ‘One-on-One’ sit down with one of our Registered Migration Agents then give our team a call now on (07) 3063 1200.
Got another question about a Partner Visa? Check out our Partner Visa FAQ Page
IMPORTANT: Please note, this does not constitute Immigration advice. Always seek advice from a Registered Migration Agent before applying for an Australian Visa. Migration Law is constantly changing. This information is accurate only at the time of publication.
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