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Hi all I was wondering if anyone has had a similar experience or knows much about this...Any advice would be greatly appreciated. My partner has been offered a job on a 457 Visa in Sydney. His company are willing to have me added to it. We however do not class as defacto at the moment. It has been suggested that we 'register our relationship' with the NSW government (automatically making us defacto and voiding the 12 month period usually needed). It has been suggested that we fill these out together in the UK and once he is in Australia he can register us. It will take 28 days for a certificate to be processed and following that we can apply for me to be added onto his 457. What I was wondering was- Do you know hold long this process could take for my visa to be granted? Can I do it while in Australia? i.e. go out on a tourist visa and then be put on a bridging visa. and the touch costs this may incur? Thanks Emma
Hi, Just looking on some advice on this as despite numerous Google searches we're struggling to find a definitive requirement list for De Facto Partners on a 457 visa. My boyfriend has just been offered sponsorship on a 457 visa, to start in March which is when my working holiday visa runs out. I plan to leave the country and re-enter on a tourist visa for three months whilst we sort out our de facto application. The main point we really want clarification on which we can't find in official terms on the internet is if the de facto requirement on a 457 is 6 months of being in a relationship rather than the 12 required for de facto normally? And for the 457 is this 6 months together or 6 months living together? In May we will have been living together 6 months (although our names aren't on the lease so I'm hoping a lead tenant statement and personal letters are enough?), and in June we will have been together for 12 months. We are considering registering our relationship as it seems this is enough to ensure that de facto sponsorship goes through - is that correct? We don't have joint bills or many official documents showing we are together currently,but we are planning to open a joint bank account soon. We have photos, whatsapp and messenger records for the past 12 months, flight tickets for trips and loads of friends we've made in Australia who can vouch for our relationship, but will this be enough? I'm terrified of being stuck in England (both of our home) whilst he is here working!! Any advice would be great, particularly clarification on the 6/12 months together/living together, the benefit of registering a relationship and whether the evidence and length of our relationship seems enough for the de facto visa to be granted. Thanks so much!
Madjor7 posted a topic in Visa ChatHi, My partner and I have been de facto for 3 months. I'm currently on a working holiday visa, when it expires we will have only been together for 9 months. We are going to register our relationship which bypasses the 12 months criteria however is there a set amount of time you need to be registered for? The issue we have is that I am only allowed to work for the same company for 6 months on my current visa and will need an extension as we need the money from my wages to pay rent on the house we rent etc so we are thinking of applying when we will have only been de facto for 6 months but we would have been registered for 3. Has anyone been in this situation before and got any advice on whether by applying early we may struggle to get the visa granted? And on whether or not the registered relationship carries a set amount of time to be eligible. Thanks, Matt
Myself and my partner have been living together for 6 months and are looking into registering our relationship. Just wondering if this could change my working requirements as I'm on a WHV living in a small town, it is going to be difficult for me to change jobs every 6 months, I have been employed 3 months so far. My partner is studying, would registering our relationship change the amount he receives from the government etc? also I can't find a lot of information on bridge visas and if they allow me to work or study for longer periods of time?? any information would really help, I spend a lot of my time trying to understand this whole process Thanks, Mk:cute: