Partner sponsored visa's can be a common immigration pathway to immigrate to Australia, either to join in on the journey or reunite with a loved one who has already or plans to immigrate to Australia by another means. It’s heart-breaking to have your visa approved only to find that your partner’s visa is refused because of one of the following 5 reasons.
Every visa class has specific legislation that is relevant to the visa class. Not understanding these laws can be the reason that your partner’s visa is refused when applying for a visa.
2. Wrong Advice
It is critical to get the right legal advice about your visa options so that you can understand the requirements of how your visa application should be put together. Once you have made an application with errors, it is difficult to fix the problems and get your application approved. Better to get the right advice up front.
3. Insufficient Evidence
Visa applications require a lot of information for the Department of Home Affairs, particularly when you are in a relationship. The Department of Home Affairs looks to assess “genuine and continuing relationship” when it comes to your partner. We can help you to fill out the application form with the right evidence to ensure you don’t fall victim to this issue.
4. Lack of Understanding
Not understanding the 4 pillars that forms part of the partner visa application and the immigration department assessment of information/evidence of each of the pillars.
5. Lack of Planning
Rushing and lodging an application without planning ahead can lead to issues.
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