Biometrics for Australian visa applications

For some people, the process of applying for a visa ends once the visa application has been lodged. All they have do is to sit back and wait for their visa to be granted. For other people the process can be more involved. Lots of people need to attend a medical appointment at an approved visa clinic or medical centre. Depending on your country of passport you may also need to provide something called ‘Personal Identifiers’.   So what are…

Why you should consider moving to Australia

G’Day! So many different factors can come into play when deciding whether to move to Australia. You might like to consider the following: Great quality education at school, VET and tertiary level Awesome place to travel and experience the extraordinary Unique laid back lifestyle (for those keen to escape the hustle bustle) One of the very best healthcare systems in the world – Medicare Lots of job opportunities in most industry sectors Harmonious and multicultural society Best weather in world!…

Registered Relationships and Partner visas

To be eligible to apply for a partner visa, you must be in either a married relationship or a ‘de facto relationship’ with an Australian citizen, permanent resident or an Eligible New Zealand citizen. It’s usually easy to work out whether someone is in a married relationship and whether the marriage is legally recognized under Australian law. ”Defacto” relationships can be more complicated. For visa purposes, a ‘defacto relationship’ generally means that you have been cohabiting with your partner for…

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