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  1. Elliejonessxo

    Migration agent

    Hi, yes all I wanted to know was whether the advice she gave sounded correct or not. I’ve not said I’m having my baby in Australia - which is something I’m not wanting to do. But thank you for your advice it’s much appreciated.
  2. Elliejonessxo

    Migration agent

    Like I said above, I never said I wasn’t going to have my baby in the uk. However it is still free over in Australia because of the reciprocal agreement they hold with each other. This was advice recommended by a migration agent not what has came out of my mouth. I just simply asked if the advice sounded correct. There’s no need to come across rude and judgmental.
  3. Elliejonessxo

    Migration agent

    Hi, I’ve not said that’s what I’m going to do. It’s just what she recommended. There is a reciprocal agreement Between aus and the uk over Medicare and the nhs so I would get the same healthcare except an ambulance ride. I’m not prepared to go over whilst I’m pregnant it’s something I would rather do after our baby has arrived and I’ve finished maternity leave over here. However our financial stability and emotional support is in Australia. But thank you for your concern it’s really appreciated.
  4. Elliejonessxo

    Migration agent

    Yes I spoke to another agent today who recommended the same thing. I guess I was just hoping to hear a story from another person who has gone through this.
  5. Elliejonessxo

    Migration agent

    Yes I spoke to another agent today and they're saying its fine as long as I declare on the flight card that I intend to go home, but then say I changed my mind whilst I was there x
  6. Elliejonessxo

    Migration agent

    A bit of a background as my circumstances have changed since I last posted. I'm from the uk, my partner is from Australia Townsville. We have been together for 2 years, engaged for 1 year and living together in the uk for 7 months - he's on a tier 2 youth mobility visa. I have a 7 year old son to a previous relationship who has signed a 1229 form to allow my son to move with us. I'm also pregnant and due in May - completely unexpected lol So we spoke to a migration Agent about 10 minutes ago from Australia who has gave us some advice, however I'm unsure about whether it is correct advice. She's said for myself and my son to get a tourist visa over to Aus, so we can have the baby in Aus then meet with her asap so we can lodge an onshore visa - I thought you wasn't allowed to do this as the tourist visa is intended on you going home?
  7. 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?
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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.
  12. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

    So we could register the relationship? And just go for the de facto visa?
  13. 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.
  14. Elliejonessxo

    Help with partner visa

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

    Help with partner visa

    How do we do that?
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