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  1. LisaB1980

    Timeline - visa granted to move

    This is what I thought. Thank you so much for your reply.
  2. LisaB1980

    Timeline - visa granted to move

    Hi, I don't have one yet, but I am applying for the offshore partner visa.
  3. Hi All, I'm sure I have read this somewhere on this site, but I can't find the post now! I know I have 12 months to travel to AUS once my visa is granted to activate it. It there a time limit to making the permanent move? for example if my visa was granted in December 2020, I travelled in March 2021 for activation, but didn't move until 2022, would that be an issue? Grateful for any help. Thank you in advance. Lisa
  4. Hi @Annaa , hi @wrussell Can I ask how you have organised your evidence? Should I do it by year? By type (social media, house docs, photos, trips etc.?) or by the four subject areas on the form? Any guidance is appreciated. Also I have been with my Aussie boyfriend for almost 8 years but have only lived together properly from the last 2. Should I upload evidence from our entire relationship? Or just the two years we have lived together? Thank you in advance.
  5. LisaB1980

    Question about Australian partner status

    Thank you for the re-assurances. @Marisawright Thank you for your reply. This is exactly my way of thinking.
  6. LisaB1980

    Question about Australian partner status

    No. We are both in the UK so figured we would do it from here. Do you think it would be easier onshore?
  7. LisaB1980

    Question about Australian partner status

    After reading LOTS of info, this is what I thought as ultimately he is still a citizen regardless, but wanted to check I wasn't missing something. Thank you for replying.
  8. Hello, I am in the process of doing an application for an off shore partner visa. My other half is Australian born but was adopted by a UK couple who subsequently returned to the UK with him when he was very young. He still has and uses his Australian passport, has his original birth certificate (with birth mum/dad details and location as Subiaco in Perth, born in 1974) and all of his adoption paperwork from the Western Australia adoption agency. My partner has therefore never lived or worked in Australia and wouldn't be identified on tax or social security records there - could this be an issue? We will obviously explain everything in the application and include his adoption details and birth certificate in the application too. We have been together for almost 8 years so have no problem with evidence of our relationship, but wondering if this could be a hurdle. My partner is in touch with his birth family in Perth and we have visited and stayed with them several times. Any help is appreciated. Thank you in advance.
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