LGBTQ+ Relationships: Why it might be harder for some couples to apply for a Partner Visa?

It’s the month of love and, with today being Valentine’s Day, a lot of couples have plans to celebrate their love.

For some couples in certain countries in the world, because of sexual orientation or gender identity, they may not be able to publicly celebrate their relationship due to laws that prohibit their love.

If this describes you and your loved one, you may be wondering if your evidence, or lack thereof, will meet the criteria for a Partner Visa application.

We have helped quite a few couples in this predicament who struggle to accumulate evidence of their relationship for the purposes of applying for a Partner Visa for this reason.

You may have heard us discourage the use of generic lists of evidence before, and this is just one example of why.

If you are in a similar situation with limited evidence, an evidence planning session with a Registered Migration Agent might be just what you need for guidance on how to proceed with your Partner Visa plans.

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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.

  • Husen said adem says:

    Thank you so much

  • About the Author Pearl Frankis MARN2015921

    Pearl is a lawyer and Freedom Migration's Business Development Manager. She's a Registered Migration Agent who studied law and has vast experience in the legal industry. Her expertise in Partner Visa's bloomed from her fondness of a good love story and desire to help people and make a difference in people's lives.

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