Thinking of a multiple entry tourist visa from Philippines to Australia for your Filipina sweetheart? Do you believe this is the same as a one year visa so you can spend a year together with a few short trips out of the country every three months? And do you want to keep out of trouble with Border Force, and obviously don't want to see your visa cancelled and/or your lady deported from Australia?
Watch this video and learn how multiple entry visitor visas (Subclass 600) actually work, and what is the most you can expect from them.
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The reality is that if you want to be together for more than some short visits of three months each, you should be looking at a partner visa or prospective marriage visa from Philippines to Australia. Tourist visas (visitor visas) have their limitations, and are designed for temporary stays by genuine visitors who intend to leave Australia before the maximum stay periods. This podcast can save you the unpleasantness of visa cancellations and possible deportation.
Jeff Harvie is a Registered Migration Agent with Down Under Visa, the premier Australian migration agency practice in Manila who specialise in partner visas, tourist visas and family visas for Australian Filipina couples. Jeff has had over 20 years experience with the Philippines and with Filipino culture especially as it relates to Australian culture.
Down Under Visa can help with onshore partner visas, offshore partner visas, prospective marriage visas, fiancee visas, spouse visas, de facto visas, tourist visas, visitor visas and Citizenship by Descent applications.