Australia Partner Visa Subclass 309/100
The Partner Visa subclass 309 (Provisional) enables you to stay in Australia permanently: (1) if you are a de facto partner or spouse of a Permanent Resident, (2) an Australian Citizen, or (3) an eligible New Zealand Citizen.
The Partner Visa Subclass 309 (Provisional) is a necessary step to obtaining the Partner Visa Subclass 100.
Requirements for the Subclass 309 Provisional Visa:
- You are residing outside Australia.
- You are a partner of an Australian citizen or eligible New Zealander.
You will be granted visa if you are married and:
- Your relationship breaks down but there is a child from the relationship.
- Your partner dies and you can show that your relationship would have continued if your partner had lived, and that you have close business, cultural or personal ties to Australia.
- Your relationship breaks down and you or members of your family have suffered family violence.
You can be granted visa if you are in a de facto relationship for less than 12 months and:
- You can demonstrate compelling and compassionate circumstances such as having dependent children.
- Your partner has been granted a permanent humanitarian visa and your de facto relationship existed before it was granted and you told us about the relationship before the visa was granted.
- Your de-facto relationship has been registered in Australia.
- You have good moral and health conducts.
- You do not have any outstanding debts to the Australian Government.
Privileges of the Visa
- Gives you the right to live in Australia for an indefinite period of time.
- You can study or work in Australia during your stay.
- You can enrol for Medicare, Australia’s health and health-related care scheme.
How much does the subclass 309/100 visa cost?
- Partner ( Subclass 309/100) Visa – call
- Additional Applicant Charge 18 and above – call
- Additional Applicant Charge 18 and below – call
- Medical Examination
- Police Check