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What effect will getting married have on our Partner Visa Application?

Now this blog is all about myth busting some of the biggest misconceptions when it comes to partner visas. This blog is not intended to crush the dreams of any woman or man hoping the partner

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Marriage Equality and the Migration Act

Being a Migration Agent who specialises in partner visas, I claim to have one of the best jobs in the world. Day in and day out I help Australians who have fallen in love with someone from another country

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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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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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