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Offshore Partner Visa (Subclass 309/100)
About the Visa
This visa lets the de facto partner or spouse of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen live in Australia.
Getting the temporary Subclass 309 (Provisional) visa is the first step towards a permanent Partner visa. On the other hand, the Migrant (Subclass 100) is a permanent visa that is usually granted to people who hold a temporary Partner visa (subclass 309).
The costs below cover this Temporary visa and the Permanent Partner visa (subclass 100).
AUD8,850.00 for the main applicant.
On the other hand, for the visa Subclass 100, there is no need to pay for the visa fee as you paid for this visa when you applied for the combined temporary and permanent partner visas. However, you might have to pay other costs for health or police checks.
You can stay in Australia until your permanent Partner visa (subclass 100) application is finalised or you withdraw your application.
To be eligible for Provisional (Subclass 309) visa you must:
To be eligible for Migrant (Subclass 100) visa you must:
What you can do when you have this visa?
For Provisional (Subclass 309)