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SammyJ

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  1. If you're applying for a spouse visa then you have a spouse for taxation purposes. It wouldn't be in your favour to be single to the tax department while applying for a Partner Visa
  2. No for both questions
  3. If she is pregnant she wont be able to do the compulsory medical until giving birth. Why wouldn't you apply for Citizen by Descent for your child.
  4. I recommend seeing a Migration Agent to see if there are any options for you. I dont think you will find anyone on here with any history or experience with the type of visa you're asking about
  5. The name of the person who married you. Celebrant, priest etc etc
  6. https://covid19.homeaffairs.gov.au/immediate-family-australian-citizen-or-permanent-resident This page has all the info for you.
  7. She can leave but will have to apply for an exemption to come back
  8. 1. Best you upload ASAP. You do realise that if a CO looked at your application now and there is no evidence uploaded they will refuse your visa 2 You include evidence from the beginning of your relationship until today. 3 There is no limit of 1 document per category 4 The timeline for your visa is on your immiaccount and can change month to month. The 820 is not a PR. You will need to be granted 820 then at the 2 year mark of applying for 820/801 you can apply for 801
  9. There really isnt much you can do with a 600 apart from wait. Australias borders are closed so even if he is granted a 600 he would have to apply for an exemption to travel. There are also very few flights to Australia right now plus he would have to hotel quarantine for 14 days at your own expense of about $3000
  10. You would need to apply for a new 600 at least a couple weeks before your current one expires.
  11. I would just wait for a request from a CO as to whether they will need a new medical in the future. They may use the one you just did or require a new one
  12. Most offshore visas have been put on hold or at the very least, the processing of them has slowed down considerably. I would wait for a request to do the medicals
  13. Getting 4 months will be ok. Who knows what the border restrictions will be like in the future
  14. They will decide no if you dont suppy any evidence. A bridging visa will only come into effect once your current visa expires. Once you have applied for an onshore partner visa its in your best interest to upload your evidence as soon as you can
  15. A-N Migration Services is an Australian migration consultancy based in Adelaide, South Australia.In Australia:27 Hanson RoadWoodville North, South Australia 5012Tel: (+61)883477009Website: www.anmss.com In Vietnam:383 Nguyen Trong Tuyen StreetWard 2 Tan Binh District, Ho Chi Minh CityMob: 0908 667345 25 offices on here: https://www.mia.org.au/find-an-agent/search/?command=getresults&LocationRadius=10&Filter::OverseasOfficeLocations3::SelectOne=Vietnam&Filter::OptInToBeIncludedInThePublicDirectoryOnTheMIAWebsite2::SelectOne=91 They seem to be Australian firms with offices in Vietnam
  16. What visa have you applied for? If Partner visa then yes.
  17. I believe an onshore 600 requires a medical. Unless you have a very good reason for refusing it they more than likely wont waive it and would probably lead to a refusal. There have been repat flights back to Manila and there are international flights out of Aus so they can still refuse these visas
  18. Yeah it really doesn't matter under which category you upload things. Just upload them once. But make sure they are clearly marked as to what they are
  19. You can't. They have suspended applications while the travel restrictions are in force The exemption is for those that already have a valid visa to enter Australia. If you don't currently have a visa you will have to wait until Australia opens its borders
  20. https://covid19.homeaffairs.gov.au/coming-australia I want to apply for a visa You should reconsider your need to apply for an Australian visa at this time and check this page regularly for updates on travel restrictions and visa processing. Visa processing arrangements The Department is prioritising processing visa applications for those travellers in the exempt categories to support urgent travel. We encourage applicants to apply online wherever possible, as these applications will be processed faster than those lodged on paper. You will not be able to apply for an ETA online while the travel restrictions are in place.
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