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Visa Overview


Provisional Partner Visa Subclass 820 is suitable for spouse or De-facto partner of Australian citizen/Permanent Residents/ Eligible New Zealand citizens, who is in Australia at the time of application. Subclass 820 visa allows visa holders to live and work in Australia for the duration until the Permanent stage subclass 801 is decided.

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This visa category is for de facto partners and spouses of Australian residents, Australian citizens and entitled New Zealand citizen in Australia.

 

Entitlements of this Visa


If you are granted subclass 820 visa, you are entitled to avail following benefits:

♦ Work In Australia

♦ Study in Australia(Without government support)

♦ Multiple Travel rights

♦ Attend 510 hours of Adult Migration English Program for free

♦ Register for Medicare Health

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Eligibility of this Visa


If you are granted subclass 820 visa, you are Eligible to avail following benefits:

♦ You have spouse/De-facto partner who is Australian  citizen/Permanent resident/Eligible NZ citizen

♦ You are currently living Australia

♦ You are holding eligible visa

♦ You are sponsored by your spouse/De-facto partner

 

Condition for the grant of 820/801 visa


♦  Your marriage must be valid under Australian law. This means you must have parental permission if you are 16 or 17 years of age.

♦  You must have been in a de facto relationship for at least 12 months.

♦  If you’re inside Australia at the time of application

♦ You already hold another visa type, e.g. student visa, visitor visa or working holiday visa.

♦ You do not have an “8503 – No further stay” condition

♦  Meet health and character requirements.

 However, you would be exempt from the 12 month requirement if you register your relationship in an Australian state or territory. You would need to show that you are living together but not necessarily for 12 months.

Registration provides legal recognition as a couple under the state law and as well as being beneficial for immigration purposes. Usual requirements include:

♦  Both partners must be 18 years old or over

♦  Must not be in a relationship as a couple with another person – in particular they must not be married, in a de facto relationship or in a registered relationship

♦  Must not be related by family.

♦  Same sex and different sex couples can register their relationship.

 

Processing Time For Subclass 820

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