The Partner (Provisional and Migrant visa) (subclass 309 and 100) allows those individuals to live in Australia who are a spouse or de facto partner of an either Australian citizen, permanent resident or eligible New Zealand citizen.
The provisional 309 visa is a temporary visa while the migrant 100 visa is a permanent. The temporary provisional 309 visa is granted first, which allows the applicant to stay in Australia for two years and apply for the migrant 100 visa within that duration.
For Partner (Provisional) (Subclass 309)
For Partner (Migrant) (Subclass 100)
You and all the family members included in the visa application must have:
Sponsors must provide following things for two years after the applicant enters Australia on temporary migrant 309 visa:
You can include children or step children in your application
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