Partner visas to Australia

Available only to applicants with a valid visa:
– Class UF; Subclass 309 – partner visa (temporary); or
– Class TK; Subclass 445 – dependent child visa
Class BC; Subclass 100 – partner (migrant) visa is a permanent visa that entitles the holder
– to travel to the Australian national boundaries any number of times during the period of validity of the “tourist component” of the visa of the subclass, which is specified in the visa stamp (not visa), pasted into the passport (travel document) of the visa holder as proof of the visa issue or can be clarified in the electronic database VEVO Australian Department of Immigration (DoHA) at any time ;
and at the same time
– to cross the Australian national border in the “outward inward” direction any number of times during the validity period of the “tourist component” of that visa subclass, which is shown on the visa stamp (not the visa) affixed to the visa holder’s passport (travel document) as proof of grant of the visa or can be verified in the Australian Department of Immigration (DoHA) VEVO electronic database at any time;
and at the same time
– legally stay in Australia indefinitely.
The main purpose of the visa is to enable the visa holder to:
– legally stay in Australia indefinitely without any restrictive conditions;
– Have the full support of the Australian Government agencies;
– in case of departure from Australia, reach the Australian national boundaries and cross the Australian national boundary in the “outward inward” direction any number of times within the 5-year validity period of the “tourist component” of this visa subclass as specified in the visa stamp or can be specified in the electronic database VEVO of the Australian Department of Immigration (DoHA) at any time.

At the time the electronic immigration application (Form: 47SP or 47SP (Internet) or 1002) requesting this visa subclass is submitted, the applicant must be physically
– Either outside Australia;
– Or within Australia;
– but not at the time the immigration clearance is granted.

Each family member of the principal applicant can be:
– initially inscribed (preferred); and
– added thereafter (exceptionally).

On the principal applicant’s immigration application for this visa subclass
At the time of the decision to issue this visa subclass, the applicant must be physically located:
– Either outside Australia;
– Or within Australia;
– But not at the time of the immigration processing.
The period of validity of this visa subclass begins (the visa is activated) from the date the visa is issued if the visa is issued to an applicant who is within Australia.

The period of validity of this visa subclass begins on the date of issue.
However, if the visa is issued to an applicant outside Australia, the visa holder must arrive in Australia (activate the visa) no later than the date specified by the responsible immigration officer of the Australian Department of Immigration (DoHA).
The visa of this subclass is activated from the date of the first crossing of the state border of Australia in the direction “from outside to inside the country” or from the date specified.
If the visa holder does not arrive in Australia for the first time from the issuance of this visa subclass until the date specified by the responsible immigration officer of the Australian Department of Immigration (DoHA), the visa subclass is automatically CANCELLED for failure to comply with this restrictive visa condition.

The period of validity of this visa subclass is unlimited (permanent). However, the validity period of the “Tourist Component” of this visa subclass is 5 calendar years.
It does not require a mandatory visa stamp in the applicant’s passport (travel document) as proof of a grant visa.

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