How long does it take to get a subclass 309 visa?

How long does it take to get a subclass 309 visa?

How long will it take to process my application? On average, subclass 309 visa applications are processed within 12 months however, this will depend on you. It is important to provide all evidence before, or at interview. If you don’t, you may be requested to do so and this will delay a decision being made.

Can I stay in Australia while my visa is being processed?

You can apply for a visitor visa to come to Australia while you are waiting on an application outcome so long as the temporary visa matches your intentions. You must intend to stay only temporarily in Australia. If you are not a genuine visitor your visa may be cancelled.

How long can you stay in Australia on a provisional 309 visa?

The provisional 309 visa is a temporary visa while the migrant 100 visa is a permanent. The temporary provisional 309 visa is granted first, which allows the applicant to stay in Australia for two years and apply for the migrant 100 visa within that duration.

How does a provisional partner visa work in Australia?

Partner (Provisional) visa This visa lets the de facto partner or spouse of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen live in Australia temporarily. Getting this visa is the first step towards a permanent Partner visa (subclass 100).

What kind of visa is a provisional Spouse Visa?

The VISA is a Provisional Spouse Visa, and is issued to prospective wives or de-facto partners of Australian Citizens or Residents. It allows this person to enter Australia for up to 2 years before they can apply for permanent residency themselves if the relationship is still intact at that time.

How old do you have to be to get a 309 partner visa?

The person who sponsors you when you apply for the visa must be same person who sponsors you for 2 years after we grant your temporary 309 Partner visa. Married applicants must usually, be 18 or older when they apply.

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