Our Australian fiancee, spousal, and partner visa services
Initial Consultation and Eligibility Assessment
Our team of professional immigration consultants will begin by determining whether your loved one is eligible to apply for a prospective marriage (fiancee), spouse, or partner visa to come to Australia.
All family visa applicants, as well as their Australian sponsors, must meet certain eligibility requirements in order to qualify for a visa. There are many “unwritten rules” to the official regulations that one will not find in government instructions. Our expertise with fiancee, partner and marriage visas allows us to identify potential problems at the beginning of the application process.
Our immediate professional assessment of your individual immigration case will resolve any potential issues before they develop into potentially serious and devastating complications. We will not agree to represent you or ask you to pay a fee unless we are confident that you and your loved one meet the basic eligibility requirements to apply for a visa.
Collection of Form Information and Supporting Documentation
Once you become a client, one of our consultants will contact you and your fiancee or spouse to request all necessary information and paperwork to initiate the application process. Your case worker will prepare a packet of documents for submission to the appropriate government agency. In order to expedite the process of assembling and lodging the application, we have developed detailed, step-by-step instructions, easy questionnaires and our online case management system. If your fiancee, husband or wife speaks Thai, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Tagalog, Ukrainian or Russian we can provide the instructions and questionnaires in one of these languages.
Professional Form Preparation and Submission
Our firm will complete all application forms based on the information you and your partner provide. We are able to accelerate the process for our clients by assembling and submitting the application to the immigration authorities with extraordinary speed and efficiency. Our most experienced MARA-registered migration agents will make every possible effort to ensure that your visa application is complete, accurate, and easy to review encouraging the examining DIAC officials to approve your case as quickly as possible.
Contact with your Migration Officer
As your representative, our firm will be responsible for handling all telephone, e-mail and fax communication with the Embassy officials on your behalf. We will keep you closely updated on the current situation with your case throughout the immigration process, from the day we submit your application to the Australian Embassy, Consulate or High Commission until your fiancee, wife, husband or partner receives their migrant visa. Our professionals monitor government sources every day and keep our clients informed of the latest changes in processing requirements and approval times.
Fiancee / Marriage Visa Interview Preparation
The Embassy interview is the most important part of the process for obtaining a fiancee, partner or spousal visa. Many people who try to go through the process alone face serious problems at this stage. A very large percentage of fiancee and relative visas are either denied or delayed because the examining Embassy officials decide to request additional documentation or to conduct extensive investigation of the relationship between the sponsor and the applicant.
These delays and denials almost always occur because the applicant is not adequately prepared for the initial interview. Many factors, such as lack of supporting documentation and anxiety or nervousness during the interview may cause long delays in the processing of your case.
We avoid possible complications by preparing our clients for their marriage or fiancee visa interview as thoroughly as possible. Our immigration consultants and multilingual overseas assistants can conduct pre-interview briefings in English, Spanish, Chinese, Thai, Tagalog, or Russian. It is our responsibility to make sure your loved one has all the necessary documents in her possession, and that she is mentally and emotionally prepared for her visa interview.