Applying for an Australian spouse or de-facto visa, through either the onshore 820/801 visa or offshore 309/100 visa? One common question that we receive is in relation to the evidence that you need to provide. There is quite a bit of information available on the internet in relation to what type of evidence that […]
The process of reviewing your application and preparing it for lodgement is important. Taking some extra time to properly complete this step can really benefit your application in the following ways: Presenting an organised and concise application can really make life easier for your case officer when he or she assesses your application. And considering […]
DIAC sent around the below update on 15 November 2012 in relation to current processing times for onshore partner /spouse visa applications. Applicants who are waiting for a decision on their application probably already know this: the news is that currently processing times are very lengthy. DIAC’s update states that ‘the current average processing […]
The Department does provide template statutory declarations for the visa applicant, and the sponsor. I suggest that you do use these for the purposes of your application. The considerations which are raised in the Department’s template statutory declarations are in fact the factors which the case officer needs to take into consideration when assessing your […]
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