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DaviSP

Applying for a partner visa

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    Me and my husband has been married for 4 years. We are settled in Bangalore but now my husband has to move to Australia for job purposes. I am working in a Govt office and I am planning to take leave for 2 years and accompany him, later we will decide on whether to continue the leave or resign. Our plan is to take partner visa for me and we have contacted a immigration consultant in Bangalore regarding this. But there is a small problem regarding my application, my name is written in different spellings in different certificates. What can we do about it?

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    What's your husband's immigration status, is he an Australian citizen or permanent visa holder?  If so, then he could sponsor you on a partner visa.  If your name is spelled differently, can you provide a written statement explaining the reason or do you have any documentation that explains why it's spelled differently?


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    You only need a separate partner visa if your husband already has PR or is a citizen.  If he needs a visa to work in Australia then you should be added to his visa.  Does he have a visa yet?

    It isn’t unknown for people to have different spellings of names, you just need to explain and possibly make a statutory declaration.


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