Announcement posted by Aussizz Group 04 Jun 2021
Many a time Australian partners are at the receiving end due to harsh immigration policies announced by the country administration. To help them ease their difficulty, Aussizz Group – Immigration Agents and Education Consultants initiated corrective measures to visa applicants often struggling to bring their partners to Australia.
According to company authorities, the initiative will benefit married and de facto partners who want to stay in the country on a temporary or permanent basis. If one looks at the challenges, less number of people can afford to bring their partners due to the higher fees involved. Due to the cancellation of visas or denial, an individual can seek their help in the stipulated time.
Going by the numbers, five countries recorded the highest number of partner visa applicants. For instance, China registered 4,850 applicants, India 3,803, while 2,697 applicants belong to Vietnam. There has been a steady decline in visa applicant numbers in the past five years. As per 2017-18 data, 39,799 applicants received their visas. The numbers drastically declined from 47,825 in 2015-16.
For those unfamiliar with the visa system, the country’s immigration system emphasises on three visas, namely Prospective Marriage Visa—subclass 300, Temporary Partner Visa—subclass 820 and Permanent Partner Visa—subclass 801.
Citing an instance, Bridging Visa A comes into effect following the expiry of Prospective Marriage Visa. For example, a spouse gets a subclass 300 grant if his/her partner is the country’s Permanent Resident or citizen. As it is a temporary visa, its validity starts from the time an individual has entered the country. In the recent past, several individuals were expecting that they seek Permanent Partner Visa grant. But first, the applicant has to be a Subclass 820 holder and provide a genuine relationship with his/her partner for subclass 801 grant.
About Aussizz Group
Aussizz Group has played a pivotal role in visa consultancy since its inception in 2009. Over the years, it has been offering immigration and education services to a large number of students and professionals.
Not only has the Group being accredited with licenses but also bagged certifications including MARA (Migration Agents Registration Authority), MIA (Migration Institute of Australia) and QEAC (Qualified Education Agent Counsellor).
Its expertise lies in providing tailor-made solutions for many visa applicants. These visas are student visa, partner visa, employer-sponsored visa, visitor visa, business visa, General Skilled Migration visa and much more. Besides, it also assists its clients by offering services entailing to PY (Professional Year) program, PTE and Online NAATI CCL coaching, and accommodation in Australia.
More than a decade has passed by since the Group made its presence felt. It has full-fledged operations in 21 cities. These include Melbourne, Sydney, Clayton, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane, Thomas town, Parramatta, Elizabeth Street and Werribee in Australia.
Whereas in India, its offices are in Ahmedabad, Baroda, Anand, Mehsana, Chennai, Pune and New Delhi. Dubai and Auckland are among the other centres.