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  1. Elliejonessxo

    Partner Visa onshore

    So he has a little girl, which is why we didnt want to do the 2 years, also I dont speak to my mum. Does anyone know what evidence you need for a prospective marriage visa?
  2. Elliejonessxo

    Partner Visa onshore

    Yeah the evidence part sucks, hes going to be here for 12 months although his Visa is up to 2 years. We are going to apply for the prosepctive marriage Visa as soon as we can get the money for it, which is looking like maybe 4-5 months. Then by time its been accepted 12-15 months, we should have all the evidence for the partner Visa onshore x
  3. Elliejonessxo

    Partner Visa onshore

    So I recently came back from townsville (6 weeks ago) beautiful place. We got engaged, hes currently over here on a working Visa, purely because it's horrible being apart from each other and it helps with evidence. I'm not 100% sure about children on bridging Visas, if my son cant be with me on that then I wont be going forward with it. We didnt want to apply for the offshore because it's a long time and my situation is changing, which wants to be away from they're partner for that long. We just dont know what route to take and we cant really afford migration solicitors x
  4. Elliejonessxo

    Partner Visa onshore

    So my partner is from aus and I'm from the UK, I have a 6 year old to a different partner. So were wanting to apply for an onshore partner Visa, we've got permission from my sons father for us to relocate with my son, so that's not a problem. However, we've just realised that I cant come over on a visitor Visa as obviously its temporary and I'm expected to come home. What Visa should I be getting before so we can lodge the onshore partner Visa? We have all relevant evidence etc x
  5. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    I still need to work it all out. But it’s hard thinking I’m going to be leaving my family - especially my mum and brothers.
  6. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    So we could register the relationship? And just go for the de facto visa?
  7. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    See it’s hard for us, as even though we’ve spent time together, we haven’t lived together. But he is coming to the uk on a working visa for as long as he can - or until we’ve reached financial stability with my visa.
  8. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    Can we register even though we don't qualify as defacto?
  9. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    How do we do that?
  10. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    Yeah I will be getting an affidavit for the permission from his father. I will also be adjusting a court order that I had in place for his father to actually see his son, as he didn’t really make much of an effort. my sons dad is perfectly fine to see his son twice a year as long as he doesn’t have to pay csa. My son also understands what will be happening. My sons father will be coming over for a month at a time. I will be coming over 6 weeks. Just to make it clear too, my son sees his father once a month - it’s also been 2 months since he last saw him.
  11. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    We were the ones who suggested paying his fathers flights once a year, and I want to come back to the uk to spend time with my family. Money isn’t really a problem with us, we have pretty stable incomes. I would be happy to pay thousands of pounds for my son to have a relationship with his father - it’s just a matter of time until his father lets him down like he does here in the uk.
  12. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    I have done research about it all. I’ve spoke about getting an affidavit for his father. My son was my main priority over anything.
  13. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    We have discussed that.. My partner and sons father are actually friends, he’s agreed that he would allow my son to reside over there, on the basis that we pay for his flights and come back once a year - which were more than happy to do.
  14. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    So I’m from the uk currently in a relationship with my aus boyfriend. we met online about a year ago, and met within 6 months, we’ve saw each other 3 times for a month at each visit. He’s been to the uk twice and I’ve been to aus once but I’m going back in April! His parents are coming over in August, and he’s coming back with me in may to stay here for 6 months. so we’re wanting to be together in Australia - Townsville to be exact. But we don’t have a clue what visa to get. obviously we can’t prove we’re in a de facto relationship - because we’ve never lived together, no joint bank accounts, bills, no housing commitments. So we’re just classed as dating. However you can’t get a visa whilst your dating. We’re so stressed out because we just want to be together. Also I have a 6 year old son who resides with me in the uk so I can’t get a working visa over in aus. Can someone please help us out haha x
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