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Partner Visa Changes 1st of July 2017

This week Sophia and I have teamed up to bring you the latest on what changes have actually been made as of the 1st of July 2017 to the Partner Visa process. There has been so much speculation

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Offshore Partner Visa Processing Times & Low/High Risk Applications

Hey everyone, I’m back! 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

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What’s the difference between an Australian Spouse Visa, Partner Visa, De Facto Visa?

Spouse Visa, Partner Visa, De Facto Visa — they are all the same Partner Visa essentially! There is no de facto visa, there is no spouse visa, there is no partner visa. They are all one

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Changes to Partner Visa Processing Times for 2017

** UPDATE**: 1st of July 2017 brought more changes to the Partner Visa process, check out the latest here UPDATE: if after reading this you have questions about Offshore Processing Times and

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Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions From Our Clients

5 Frequently asked questions that we at Freedom Migration hear from our Clients Question #1:  Do I need to get married to lodge a Partner Visa? No. You don’t need to get married for the purposes

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Why do I need a Registered Migration Agent?

Most potential migrants are unaware of just how expensive it is to migrate to Australia. When hit by a $7,000 visa processing fee on top of travel, document verification and many other hidden

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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 and

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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

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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

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