This is one of the questions our clients stress about after lodging their applications.
Generally, it is unusual to be asked by the Department of Home Affairs to attend an interview, thank goodness! Knowing this, you can probably relax. However, that is not to say it does not happen occasionally. As we tell all of the couples we look after, if you are requested to attend an interview – it’s an opportunity to talk about the one thing you know the most about… your love!
There are some applications that are flagged as ‘high risk’ by the Department. They may have also received information about the case which they would like to clarify with you in person. The request for interview is mainly based on the information they have at hand.
In all likelihood, you and your partner will be asked to attend an interview before your application can be progressed any further. As with all applications, it is SUPER important to have all your required documentation in order.
If you have any doubts about this issue or are facing an interview and would like professional advice and help, please contact us at Freedom Migration for assistance from one of our friendly and experienced MARA Registered Migration Agents. Our aim is always to make your experience as hassle-free as possible. We can take you through the process, assess your documentation etc..
Remember, every relationship and circumstance is unique and any advice we give will be specific to your particular situation.
Please feel free to comment or ask questions on our blog/video; we’d love to connect with you and will answer any questions you may have..
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.
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.
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