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  1. PaulRobbo

    820 Partner Visa

    Thank you all for your swift advice. They are seeking guidance from a migration agency and have recently registered their relationship with the appropriate authority to start this process.
  2. PaulRobbo

    820 Partner Visa

    Thanks again Nemesis His partner is an Australian citizen and so the baby will be too. Would you think his compelling circumstances changes once the baby is born ?
  3. PaulRobbo

    820 and/or 835

    Thanks Nemesis, That rules out the 835 from his choices.
  4. PaulRobbo

    820 and/or 835

    Thanks for helping. He has already been on his WHV and is currently on another temporary visa that gives him working rights. Just looking for his best pathway to PR.
  5. PaulRobbo

    820 and/or 835

    Looking for peoples experiences. My son is eligible to apply for the Remaining Relative (835) visa and will, in about 6 months, be eligible for the Partner Visa (820, then 801). It's hard to find out some details or constraints on the process. I am curious about the bridging visa while a decision is being made, will it be granted with unrestricted work rights, or match his existing visa work rights or other? I read in may places that the processing time for the 835 is decades, so the bridging visa conditions are important if he chooses that pathway. Many thanks in advance and thanks for supporting this forum with your expertese. Paul
  6. PaulRobbo

    820 Partner Visa

    Hi experts. Looking for advice for my son. He has been with his partner on and off for over twelve months, but no continuously for 12 months. He has not registered his relationship. They have recently announced that they are now expecting a child. Would this pass the "compelling and compassionate circumstances" so he can apply before the 12 months? Many thanks as usual to this forum.
  7. PaulRobbo

    Conditions on a Temporary Activity subclass 408 visa

    Thanks Marisa and Ken.
  8. PaulRobbo

    485 Visa options

    No need to read or reply. Irrelevant content and question now
  9. Can anyone help clarify what this condition means? Visa: Temporary Activity (subclass 408) Activity: Australian Government Endorsed Events Covid-19 Pandemic Event was recently added as a 'Government Endorsed Event' Visa Conditions Visa Condition 8107 - Work limitation "Work limitation (visa condition 8107) This condition means that if you have been granted work rights in Australia, but these work rights are subject to limitations. Your condition allows you to be employed by a particular employer or undertake specific activities in Australia. If you are working for a particular employer you must: continue to be employed by that employer not work for any other employer not be self-employed not undertake any work that is inconsistent with the purpose of the visa If you are allowed to undertake specific activities in Australia activities other than employment you must: continue to undertake those activities not undertake any activities that are inconsistent with the purpose of the visa not be self-employed not undertake work for any person that is inconsistent with the purpose of the visa. " As the Activity was 'Covid-19 Pandemic Event', does that mean the applicant is tied to the their current employer or can move jobs? Thanks in advance as always
  10. PaulRobbo

    485 Visa options

    Worried parent again. My son graduated here in Australia with a Bsc Information Technology on an International Student visa, moved on to a 485 (Post-Study Work Stream) visa and is now looking for to apply for the 485 (Second Post-Study Work Stream) Has all the eligibility rules changes as it looks like they have added 'Regional' as a criteria now? Also, there is a new 485 (Replacement Stream), that looks like it is designed for those that were impacted by Covid. Question on this one is if my son did not leave the country during Covid, but was impacted by Covid lockdowns, does this mean he can or cannot apply for this visa? As always, looking for the experience and knowledge of this forum to guide me. Paul
  11. Hi I am sure some of you have either researched this or gone through the process yourself. I would like to get your thoughts on how and when you transferred any UK pensions over to Australia. I have a brief conversation with a comp[any that can manage the whole process for me, but it looked very expensive for what could be a form filling exercise. Has anyone got any advice or experiences I can consider?
  12. PaulRobbo

    Visa choices for Son (non dependent)

    The advice came from our EOI for the PR visa that included my daughter. They were at the time 21 and 24 years old, so grown up children and nowhere close to being dependent. They advice we were given, I 100% believe was correct. They both were over 18, not living with us, both working and in relationships. Anyway, that is history now, I am looking to the future and how to help my son stay longer.
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    Visa choices for Son (non dependent)

    Yes, they were both independent, both living in their own places and both didnt want to move (initially). We were told by the Australian immigration dept that they would not be granted a PR on our application in their current circumstances. Time has moved on, they are both here in Aus, both loving the Aussie lifestyle and want to stay.
  14. PaulRobbo

    Visa choices for Son (non dependent)

    Thanks again, I think the 485 is the best pathway for him for now. Once again this forum supplies honest and good advice. Many thanks.
  15. PaulRobbo

    Visa choices for Son (non dependent)

    Thanks for the info, I have added some more details too. My son is doing his degree in Information Technology which should align with the skilled list (crossed fingers). He does have about 2 years previous experience in IT in the UK, but that would all be pre-qualification. He has also done about a year (on and off) while on a working holiday and his student visa here in Australia too, but again, this would all be pre-qualification. Does this impact any of your advice? I will look into the 485 visa too.
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