Should you get an Australian Partner Visa from Philippines, or just settle for an Australian Tourist Visa?
Tourist visas! Australian Tourist Visas from Philippines, and the changing immigration landscape. Different rules and different priorities and the standards change. We observe, and we pass the information on so you can better understand what to expect and what the new rules are. What we all know is that Australian Partner Visa fees are rising. And our clients have to make a decision what to do now, and/or in the near future – Tourist Visa or Partner Visa?
The fees charged by the Government (Visa Application Charge or VAC) makes it very hard for many Australian Filipina couples to afford, and many look for Partner Visa alternatives. Tourist Visas, as we will explain, do not comfortably or realistically take the place of a partner visa, and if you really can't stand being apart from your Filipina fiancee, partner or wife, then you really must make a partner visa happen as soon as possible.
https://www.downundervisa.com.au for Australian visas from Philippines.
https://www.assessments.downundervisa.com.au for a free online visa assessment form.
We will explain the complexities of single entry visas, multiple entry visas, stay periods and last date to enter. And we will explain about how long you should remain in Philippines in between stay periods to avoid visa cancellation or deportation. And about always choosing the correct Australian visa to match your circumstances.
Jeff Harvie an Australian CItizen and 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. He lives in Manila Philippines with his Filipina wife and a large collection of children.
Down Under Visa can help with onshore partner visas, offshore partner visas, prospective marriage visas, fiancee visas, spouse visas, de facto visas, parent visas, child visas, tourist visas, visitor visas, citizenship by conferral (for PR holders) and Citizenship by Descent applications.