Partner Visa

Partner Prospective Marriage Visas

Partner Visa Fee Increases - 1st July, 2015

Offshore Subclass 300                  $6,865

Offshore Subclass 309/100        $6,865 

Onshore Subclass 820/801        $6,865

Partner Visa

Don't risk losing your DIBP visa charges! 

Use the services of a Registered Migration Agent with more than 25 years of Immigration experience

Specialising in:

  • Partner 
  • Fiance/Prospective Marriage
  • Same Sex
  • De Facto  

The stress of separation from your loved one can place  relationships under enormous strain and at the moment these Visas are taking approximately 12 months to process  !!!! 

When you use our expertise to manage your visa, we  will help remove some of the worry and stress from the process.

UPDATE -  Interesting Full Court Ruling:    The Full Court has recently ruled that there is no requirement under the Migration Act for a couple in a de facto relationship to live together prior to lodgement an application for a Partner Visa.  

Following a refusal by DIBP, the couple were successful at the "Migration Review Tribunal" however the Minister then Appealed the MRT decision at the  "Federal Court"  which ruled that there had been a "jurisdictional error" by the MRT. However following the "Federal Court" finding the very determined visa applicant appealed to the "Full Court" which finally ruled in favour of the visa applicants.   

What a fantastic outcome for couples!   We are grateful for their perseverance & determination which has now set down a precedent for other couples that are in "genuine & committed" relationships but have been unable to reside together for various reasons.    

Let us manage your Partner application...


If necessary, we can make arrangements to meet you early evening or Saturdays.  

CALL US NOW ON (08)  9375 3295

The Partner Class visa are part of the Family Stream of Australian migration program and contain visas for people that are partners (ie both opposite and same sex couples) of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent residents or eligible NZ Citizens.

These visas can be permanent and provisional ie a temporary visa is generally granted and then eligibility for a permanent visa is assessed two years after the initial application.

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As of the 1 July, 2009 the "Interdependent" visa was abolished and replaced by the term "de facto partner"  which includes same sex relationships.  These changes are part of the Australian government reform giving "same sex" couples equal recognition to couples of the "opposite sex."  

With the recent move to a Liberal government in Australia it appears that "same sex" couples will unfortunately be waiting some time before they can legally marry under Australian Law.  In the meantime you should check with us to determine if you can meet the DIBP "partner" requirements.     

It is important that applicants ensure they apply for the correct Partner visa and met the relevant "time of application" criteria.  If not, then you risk DIBP refusing your application.   

We continue to have success with same sex couple Partner applications.

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Partners & Prospective Marriage Visas are intended for people:

  • intending to get married
  • married (de jure) partners
  • de facto partners (including same sex relationships)
  • engaged couples

We will review your personal circumstances and advise you on the best visa to suit your personal situation. 

Applicants need to aware that the onus is on them to provide evidence of their relationship so DIBPare able to make a fully informed decision about the nature of your relationship.  

Perth Migration Agent

It is common for people to have long distance relationships or meet each other via the internet all of which has been made easier by the wonders of technology.     In today's world our relationships are diverse and take on many forms.   Couples often speak through Skype and Facebook, SMS,  keep in touch via emails, use prepaid mobiles and think that they have limited evidence of their relationship together.  

Part of our role will be to help you put together evidence of your relationship to satisfy DIBP requirements and remove the stress from the Migration Process.      

Many people believe they are eligible for Partner visas but do not understand the need to meet certain requirements before their application is lodged.  It is important that you obtain professional migration assistance before lodging an application under the Partner & Prospective Marriage Visas. 

It is in your best interests to lodge an application that is well documented, with supporting evidence of your relationship and also with a comprehensive Submission.    This will ensure that your application will proceed more smoothly and also help reduce possible processing delays. 


We have considerable experience with Partner & Prospective Marriage visas and look forward to you calling us to discuss your personal circumstances.

Contact us now !     -    Call   (08 ) 9375 3295


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