I’m Jose Respall. I’ve personally written information on this webpage so you know, ‘I care about the success of what will be an important financial decision you will be making shortly, regarding your current relationship’.
After practising for 19 years as a Registered Migration Agent (RMA No. 9901644), I specialized in lodging partner visa applications only from the Philippines and only to Australia, therefore, the information on this and the rest of our website will be intentionally skewed towards those types of de facto, spouse and fiancé visa applications.
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In fact, I’ve written about it in the books ‘Avoid The Migration Minefield’, ‘Kiss Me Forever’ and ‘Love, Lust, Lies and Losers’. These resources are available to download for Free, and can also be posted out to you. You’ll find that they highlighting the pit-falls of past applicants who were certain they knew the application process.
Furthermore, I’ll be personally discussing the entire application process with the Australian Citizen or Australian Permanent Resident or Eligible New Zealand Citizen sponsor and the Filipino or Filipina partner visa applicant after watching the ‘Explanation Video’ that will be sent to you after the initial assessment with the applicant to ensure we provide an accurate Letter of Services and Fees outlining the costs and fees involved and the prospects of success in your particular de facto, spouse or fiancé visa application either lodged off-shore (i.e., in the Philippines) or on-shore (i.e., in Australia)’.
I’m certain you have seen other immigration websites and browsed the departments website but I can assure you we offer a remarkable migration service experience and we have the administrative fire power of a combined 67 years of experience, the hundreds of satisfied customer testimonials, to justify our Vision, Mission and Strategic Migration Objectives.
The systems and methodologies applied for your particular partner visa applications to Australia from the Philippines have been fine-tuned over 19 years, have incorporated The Marriage Amendment (Definition and Religious Freedoms) Act 2017 that commenced on 9 December 2017, amending the Marriage Act 1961, to redefine marriage as 'the union of 2 people to the exclusion of all others, voluntarily entered into for life', which clearly includes same-sex marriages.
More on this and other just as important information, changes and requirements for managing, lodging and securing a successful de facto, spouse or fiancé visa application to Australia from the Philippines including new sponsor requirements for Partner and Prospective Marriage visa applications and additional Changes to Migration Regulations effective 18 November 2017.
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There are three (3) possible partner visa pathways that a Filipino or Filipina applicant may pursue.
We provide an in-depth and rigorous visa application strategy that encompasses the actual relationship history, current relationship status, how to secure a positive outcome with the least cost when lodging a valid, genuine and most importantly, a continuous partner visa application to Australia from the Philippines.
These partner visa applications are now taking anywhere from 2 to 3 years to process. It is vital all parties involved are aware of the logistics involved and support each other in this long journey.
These pathways may include
De facto Visa (Including Same-Sex Partners) applications applied for in the Philippines, Class UF subclass 309 or if able to do so, the visa applicant is in Australia under, Class UK subclass 820. learn more
Spouse Visa (Including Same-Sex Couples) applications applied for in the Philippines, Class UF subclass 309 or if able to do so, the visa applicant is in Australia under, Class UK subclass 820. learn more
Prospective Marriage (Fiancé) Visa (Including Same-Sex Couples) applications applied for in the Philippines, Class TO subclass 300. learn more