Partner Provisional Visa
This Partner Visa permits the de facto Partner or Spouse of an Australian citizen, Permanent Resident of
Australia or an eligible citizen of New Zealand to dwell in Australia Temporarily. But, obtaining this
visa initiates the process of proceeding towards the Permanent Partner visa (Subclass 801).
Conditions for Partner Visa (Temporary) (Subclass 820)There are no conditions attached to partner
visa (Subclass 820).
This visa permits you: –
Eligibility Criteria: –
- Dwell and do the job in Australia until decided upon Permanent Partner Visa(Subclass 801)
- Entitled to enrol in study course (Without Government Aid)
- Enrol for Medicare(Australia’s public healthcare scheme)
- Include dependent children (must be in Australia at the time of lodge of application) on your
- Enrol in free English Language classes up to 510 hours.
- To travel and from Australia as persistently as you wish.
- You must be in a genuine relationship with your spouse or de facto partner who is a citizen of
Australia, a permanent resident of Australia or an eligible citizen of New Zealand.
- You need to be in Australia at the time of applying for this visa and also while at the time of deciding
- Family applying must also be onshore while at the time of lodging your application.
Paid at the time of combined application for the temporary and permanent partner visa.
||Additional Applicant Fee (Child)
||Subclass 820/801 visa
||(Subclass 300) Prospective Marriage visa holders
||Held a Prospective Marriage visa but didn’t apply for (Subclass 820 and 801) before its expiry
||Dependent child visa holders (Subclass 445)
|Other Expenses include: – Police certificates.
||Medical examination fee.
Processing Period: – 23 to 27 months.
Stay time: –
- Application, however, might take a longer time to process if not filled correctly.
- All documents are not provided.
- It takes time for us to verification of your information
- Stay allowed is from 15 to 24 months.
- Applicants can stay until decided upon Permanent Partner Visa(801)
- Applicants with a quite long-term relationship before they lodge the visa request might not have to wait
on the Subclass 820 visa at all. They might be granted a permanent visa immediately after granting of
temporary subclass 820 visa.
Family: – Applicant can include his/her dependent child while applying for combined visas.
A place to Apply From: –
- These Applicants can include members of the family unit in the application but not after submission of
- If you hadn’t included your dependent child in your temporary visa application, you can add them still
in your application before deciding on your permanent visa application.
- The child must:-
- Be onshore.
- Hold a dependent child visa(subclass 445)
While applying and also at the time of deciding the application, the applicant
And other family members applying or dependent child must be onshore, but not in
Health Insurance: –
It depends on the situation, whether you are eligible to enrol in Medicare, Australia’s Public health care
If not eligible then it is recommended that you take health insurance to cover any unforeseen treatment that
you might need to take in Australia, or else, it will be personal liability for all of your healthcare
Travel: – Applicant can travel inside or outside Australia as many times as one wishes.
Bridging visa: – While your 820 visa is under process, you will be granted a bridging visa
You will be permitted to enrol in Course of study and in Medicare.
- Applicants with a long-term relationship before they lodge the visa request might not have to wait on
the Subclass 820 visa at all. They might be granted a permanent visa immediately after granting of
temporary subclass 820 visa.
- Long term implies
- A minimum of 3 years
- 2 years in case of a dependent child of the relationship.
Marriage: – You and your partner
De facto relationship: –
- Must be legally married in Australia.
- Must own a mutual commitment to a common life as a married couple.
- Applicants need to have been in a de facto relationship(if not married) for a minimum of 12 months
before lodging the application unless you have registered your relationship or there are circumstances
enough to wave the 12-month requirement.
- No matter what kind of relationship (either married or de facto) you must clarify: –
- Your relationship is real and enduring.
- Your relationship is mutually beneficial.
- You live together, or you don’t live separately.
Immigration will take into consideration the following criteria of your relationship: –
Step 1. Before Applying: – just check.
- Social: – to reveal that your relationship is known to third parties.
- Financial: – to reveal joint ownership of the real estate, other major possessions, and combined
responsibilities for financial liabilities.
- Household: – to confirm mutual household responsibilities.
- Nature of your commitment to each other: – to confirm your willingness to be in a long-term commitment
and genuine married or de facto relationship.
Step 2. Gather all Evidence: –
- You and Your Australian partner will need to provide as required with evidence given below: –
- Identity Documents (Passport and Birth Certificate)
- Character documents
- Certified Registration proof of marriage or relationship.
- At least 2 forms 888’s (Statutory Declaration) given by witnesses attesting that your relationship is
- Each of you should provide a written statement or statutory declaration covering the history and
development of your relationship.
- Proof of change of name (if applicable).
- Documents of dependents, Above or Below 18(if applicable)
- Prepare your documents: –
- You will need to translate all non-English documents into
Step3. Visa Application: –
- Scan your documents or get them photographed in colour.
- The scan must be a valid one.
- Keep a replica of your completed application.
Visa is applied online, by providing correct and relevant information.
Step 4. After Applying: –
We will inform you after receiving your application and documents.
Step5. The outcome of Visa: – While deciding on your Permanent Partner Visa, you can be onshore or offshore.
- During granting of your visa, we will inform you about your visa grant number, the date of start of your
visa and its conditions.
- In case of refusal of our visa, we will let you know the reason for refusal and if you have a right to a
review of the decision.
- The application fee is non-refundable.
Visa label: – Your visa will be digitally linked to your passport
While you have this visa:-
- You got to Abide by all Australian laws whereas on your temporary visa.
- If your relationship didn’t work, you would possibly still be eligible for this Subclass 820 and 801
- To be eligible to apply for subclass 801, you need to hold this Subclass 820 visa. Granting any other
visa will replace your Subclass 820 visa that means you will no longer be eligible for a Permanent
Subclass 801 visa.
- Start gathering evidence to use for Permanent 801 visa.
Conditions for Partner Visa (Temporary) (Subclass 820)
There are no conditions attached to partner visa (Subclass 820)