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Onshore Partner Visa Before Pmv Is Granted

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#1 PissLUR

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 05:57 PM

Hi All,

 

So based on the following information https://www.border.g...uments/1127.pdf

 

If you marry before a decision is made on your application, send the following to the office processing
your application as soon as possible:
• a certified copy of proof that you have married; and
• a request that, due to your marriage, you want to withdraw your application for a Prospective
Marriage visa (subclass 300) and be considered for a Partner visa instead.

 

Is onshore partner visa possible? My prospective spouse has been granted a Visitor Visa Subclass 600 with the following conditions (8101 and 8201). There is no 8503.

We are getting married in Australia.




#2 BlueDog

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 06:52 PM

It should be possible as there is no 8503 condition.

 

I did, but we qualified for defacto and applied onshore on the last day of the Visitor Visa as Bangkok had not even looked at the case file.




#3 PissLUR

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Posted 07 April 2017 - 06:54 PM

It should be possible as there is no 8503 condition.

 

I did, but we qualified for defacto and applied onshore on the last day of the Visitor Visa as Bangkok had not even looked at the case file.

did you have to pay further fee for the partner visa?








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