Partner Visas - For eligible spouses, fiancés and life partners of Australians

partner visasThis is the right place to be if you're looking for information on partner visas for Australia. We also cover temporary partner visas and migration options for minor children.

Who are eligible for partner visas?

Partner visas are available where the following relationships exist:

  • Fiancé relationships (couples who are engaged to be married).
  • Legal marriages between people of the opposite sex.
  • De facto relationships between people of the opposite sex.
  • De facto relationships between people of the same sex.

What are the different types of partner visas?

The partner visa has 5 subclasses and also provides for dependent children:

Getting help with your Partner visa application

It is law that Australian-based immigration agents must be registered to give you immigration advice.

This is why it's so important to only deal with registered or exempt agents!

We stress Australian-based because it is always wise to proceed with caution when dealing with an agent outside of Australia. These agents may show you a DIBP number, but while this number looks official, it is not.

DIBP numbers are issued for administrative purposes only and is not proof that the agent is licensed.

To check that you are dealing with a legitimate and licensed agent, simply do a search for their surname on the MARA website. If you can't find the agent, it means they are not licensed.

You can find Katrin Maja O'Flynn, our licensed immigration agent, here on the MARA site.

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Take the first step by booking a FREE initial assessment today. It's the only way to find out if you are eligible to join your partner in Australia.

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