‘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 love story which is why we’re SO passionate about this business. We REALLY care and want every couple’s Partner Visa journey to reach a happy ending. And so, we have some words of encouragement for those couples who are at different stages of their journeys..

To the couples who are currently oceans apart, “Stay strong, stay in LOVE and stay in touch!”

To the couples who have lodged their Partner Visas and are waiting for the Department’s decision, “Hang in there! We know the waiting can be excruciatingly long and stressful but patience is key. You’ll get there!”

As long as you know you’ve put your best foot forward – compiled and presented the best evidence you can gather – all you need to do is trust Immigration will make the best decision for your case.

To the couples who haven’t lodged their Partner visas but are busy piling up evidence,“Great job! Keep working on putting together the right evidence but DON’T forget to relax and spend time with your partner. After all, they’re the reason you’re working so hard on your application!”

To the couples who haven’t started their Partner visa journey yet, “What are you waiting for? Quickly book a Partner Visa advice session with one of our Registered Migration Agents to kickstart your Partner Visa journey on the right path!”

And always remember, it’s never too late or too early to get good, professional advice.

From all of us at Freedom Migration, we wish all of you much happiness, success, and good health!! HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!!

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.

About the Author Avelyn Chen MARN1800051

I was born in Changsha (China), lived in Wuhan (China), and moved to Singapore when I was 8. So I speak Mandarin and Singlish. I might also speak a bit of Cat. I studied law and now specialise in migration law.