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Who may qualify for a spouse or de facto visa?

Practice Areas: Immigration

For a person to qualify for the partner visa, the applicant and their spouse must:be of marriageable age under Australian law, which is at least 18 years...

What are some of the reforms included in the Temporary Skill Shortage visa (TSS)?

Practice Areas: Employment Law, Immigration

The TSS visa has introduced an occupation list that is more refined in the targeting of occupation lists, and aims to be better aligned with any skills...

What makes a marriage conducted outside of Australia valid?

Practice Areas: Immigration

In order for a marriage solemnised overseas to be valid in Australia, the marriage must conform to the legal requirements of the country in which the marriage...

Who can qualify for a partner visa?

Practice Areas: Immigration

In order for a person to qualify for a partner visa, both the applicant and the spouse must meet the following criteria: be at least 18 years of...

When does a visa applicant fail the character test?

Practice Areas: Immigration

An applicant will be deemed to have failed the character test if: they have a substantial criminal record; they have been convicted of an...

What are some of the reforms included in the Temporary Skill Shortage visa?

Practice Areas: Immigration

The TSS visa has introduced an occupation list that is more refined in the targeting of occupation lists, and aims to be better aligned with any skills...

What is the balance of family test in relation to contributory parent visa?

Practice Areas: Immigration

The balance of family test has the following elements:at least half of the children, which can include step-children, reside lawfully and on a permanent...

What evidence may be considered to demonstrate proof of a de facto relationship when one partner is not Australian?

Practice Areas: Immigration

Some of the evidence that may be considered when demonstrating the nature of the relationship, can be proof of a shared financial commitment, such as holding...

When can the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection review a visa decision by the AAT?

Practice Areas: Immigration

If a person has received an unfavourable decision by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT or merits review tribunal), they are able to make a request...

Under what circumstances can an Australian citizenship be revoked?

Practice Areas: Immigration

The Minister can take away or revoke a person’s citizenship under the provisions found under the Australian Citizenship Act 2007 (Cth)....

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