Client A came to us in 2014 after completing her Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery at Murdoch University in December 2013. She scored 60 for the skilled migration points test.
Client A had a de facto partner who was holding a Subclass 485 visa at the time. Client A’s partner did not meet the requirements for other type of visa to remain in Australia.
Client A and her partner have always wanted to stay together and build their life in Australia. We suggested Client A to include her partner in the skilled visa application.
Our professional and experienced migration agent have presented to immigration all the required documents and submissions showing the clients have a mutual commitment to a shared life together and this relationship is genuine and continuing.
The assessing case officer approved the visa application without requesting further information in regard to the de facto relationship.Processing time: 5 months
26.04.2014 Submitted an EOI
12.05.2014 Received SkillSelect Invitation
29.05.2014 Lodged visa application
26.06.2014 Case officer requested for Health and Character documents
22.09.2014 Approval of Subclass 189 Visa