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Reasons Why Partner Visas Are Refused

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There are many reasons why partner visas are refused. Here’s how you can prevent it.  Australian partner visa applications are not cheap. In fact, they’re one of the most expensive visa types to apply for at over $7,000. That’s before you factor in the cost of police checks and other bits and pieces. Putting an application together can be incredibly stressful and at the end of it all, you might be waiting up to two years for a decision. To deal with a visa refusal at that point is devastating. For most people, a partner visa refusal isn’t about the […]

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Your ultimate guide to making a successful 457 visa application in Australia

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At True Blue Migration, we’re constantly being asked about the ever-popular 457 visa. Applying for a Temporary Work (Long Stay) visa is often the first step on the road towards starting a new life Down Under. As such, it’s vitally important that you know all of the necessary 457 visa requirements, giving you the best chance of making a successful application and turning your dreams into reality. We’ve put together a comprehensive guide to address the most common queries. What is a 457 visa? The Temporary Work (Long Stay) 457 visa is an employer-sponsored visa that allows the employee to […]

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Writing Your Partner Visa Relationship Statement

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The relationship statement is an important part of your partner visa application. As part of an Australian partner visa application, the applicant and sponsor must write what is commonly known as a ‘relationship statement’. This document will explain the nature of your relationship and how you met. Ideally, it should be around 2-3 pages long. This statement will help to prove that your relationship is genuine. This is your opportunity to explain your relationship in your own words, so it’s crucial to get it right. Here are our top tips for writing an effective relationship statement: 1. Explain how and […]

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