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You paid for this visa when you made your combined application for the  temporary and permanent partner visas.

Processing times

  • 75% of applications: 16 months
  • 90% of applications: 22 months
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With this visa you can

  • live, work and study in Australia indefinitely
  • sponsor eligible family members to come to Australia
  • apply for Australian citizenship if eligible

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Check your eligibility

You must

  • hold a temporary Partner visa (subclass 820)
  • in most cases, continue to be in a married or de facto relationship with your sponsor

Help with your visa

If you are getting help with your visa, before you pay someone, search the register of migration agents on the Migration Agents Registration Authority (OMARA) website.

Apply

With this visa you can

  • stay in Australia indefinitely
  • work in Australia
  • study in Australia
  • enrol in Australia’s public healthcare scheme, Medicare
  • sponsor your family members to come to Australia
  • travel to and from Australia for 5 years
  • if eligible, attend free English language classes provided by the Adult Migrant English Program
  • if eligible, apply for Australian citizenship

Travel to and from Australia for 5 years

You can travel to and from Australia as many times as you want for 5 years from the date we grant this visa. This is as long as the travel facility on this visa remains valid.

If you want to travel after the initial 5-year travel facility:

  • you will need to apply for and be granted a Resident Return (RRV) so that you can re-enter Australia as a permanent resident
  • you might also want to consider Australian citizenship. If you become an Australian citizen, you don’t require a visa to enter Australia. You will need to apply for an Australian passport and use it to leave and re-enter Australia. See more about eligibility requirements and current processing times for Australian citizenship

To see when your travel facility ends, use VEVO.

How long you can stay

This is a permanent visa. It lets you stay in Australia indefinitely.

You become a permanent resident on the day the visa is granted.

For citizenship purposes, your permanent residency starts:

  • on the day the visa is granted if you are in Australia
  • on the day you enter Australia on this visa if you are outside Australia.

Include family

You can include your dependent child in your application when you apply for the combined temporary and permanent visas.

If you did not include your dependent child in your temporary visa application, you can still add them to your application before we make a decision on your permanent visa application. The child must:

  • usually hold a Dependent Child visa (subclass 445) and
  • be in Australia

Complete Form 1002  Application by a subclass 445 dependent child for a permanent partner visa (280KB PDF) and attach it to your ImmiAccount.

Your children must meet our health requirement. If they are 16 years or older they must also meet our character requirement.

Cost

You paid for this visa when you applied for the combined temporary and permanent partner visas.

You might have to pay other costs such as those for health checks or police certificates.

Processing times

  • 75% of applications: 16 months
  • 90% of applications: 22 months

Our assessment will take longer to process if:

  • you don’t include all the documents we need
  • we need more information from you
  • it takes us time to verify your information

Your obligations

You and your children must obey all Australian laws.

Visa label

We will digitally link your visa to your passport and create a digital visa record for you. You will not get a label in your passport.

Have this visa

Usually, you must hold a Partner visa (subclass 820) or Dependent Child visa (subclass 445).

Meet relationship requirements

You must still be in a relationship with your spouse or de facto partner.

See the subclass 820 visa for more information on married and de facto applicants.

You must usually continue to be sponsored.

You might still be eligible for the permanent visa if your relationship breaks down or if your sponsor dies after we have granted the temporary visa but while we are still considering the permanent visa.

Pay your debts to the Australian Government

If you or any family members (including those who don’t apply for the visa with you) owe the Australian government money, you or they must have paid it back or arranged to pay it back.

Best interests of the child

We might not grant this visa if it is not in the best interests of an applicant under 18.

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Step 1

Before you apply

If we granted you a permanent 801 Partner visa immediately after we granted your temporary 820 visa, you do not have to do anything else. If we did not grant you a permanent 801 Partner visa immediately after we granted your temporary 820 visa, you have to provide more documents.

Step 2

Gather your documents

We start assessing you for the permanent visa 2 years after you lodged your visa application. You can send the documents no more than a month before the 2 years date. Do not send them before this time.

Provide accurate, authentic documents. See what happens if you provide false or misleading documents or information.

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Proof of your relationship

You need to show you are in a continuing relationship with your sponsor.

If you are married, provide your marriage certificate or other evidence that your marriage is valid in Australia. If you are a de facto partner, provide proof of your de facto relationship.

This proof should show that:

  • you have a mutual commitment with your spouse of de facto partner to the exclusion of all others
  • your relationship is genuine and continuing
  • you either live together or don’t live permanently apart
  • you are not related by family

You must also provide a statement about the application by completing and uploading the Statutory Declaration – Partner visa (sponsor).

Finances

Show us how you and your partner share financial matters. You could give us:

  • joint mortgage or lease documents
  • joint loan documents for major assets like homes, cars or major appliances
  • joint bank account statements
  • household bills in both names

Your household

Show us how you and your partner share domestic matters. You could give us:

  • a statement about how you share housework
  • household bills in both names
  • mail or emails addressed to you both
  • documents that show joint responsibility for children
  • documents that prove your living arrangements

Commitment

Show us how you are committed to a long-term relationship with each other. You could give us:

  • proof you have knowledge of each other’s background, family situation or other personal details. You could tell us this at an interview
  • proof you have combined your personal matters
  • the terms of your wills
  • proof you stay in touch when apart

Social matters

Show us evidence that others know about your relationship, such as

  • joint invitations or evidence you go out together
  • proof you have friends in common
  • proof you have told government, public or commercial bodies about your relationship
  • proof you do joint sporting, cultural or social activities together
  • proof you travel together

You must also provide 2 statutory declarations from people who know about your relationship, such as your partner’s parents, family members, relatives or friends. They use Form 888 Statutory declaration by a supporting witness in relation to a Partner or Prospective Marriage visa application .

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Changes to your situation

If your situation has changed since you lodged your partner visa application, complete Form 1022 – Notification of changes in circumstances (172KB PDF) and provide the following documents, as relevant:

  • your marriage certificate
  • your child’s or children’s birth certificate(s)
  • adoption papers
  • a final divorce decree or legal separation agreement or other relevant document
  • a court decision on child custody
  • the death certificate for your partner
  • proof of change of name. This might be a marriage certificate, deed poll or equivalent document.

If you have a new or updated passport or changed your address:

  • complete Form 929 – Change of address and/or passport details
  • provide the pages of your current passport showing your photo, personal details and passport issue and expiry dates

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Passport

Provide the personal details page of your most recent passport. This page must show your signature.

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Character documents

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Tell us you are getting help

To nominate someone to:

  • receive your correspondence, use  Form 956a Appointment or withdrawal of an authorised recipient (298KB PDF)
  • provide immigration advice, use  Form 956 Advice by a migration agent/exempt person of providing immigration assistance (212KB PDF)
  • act for you but not provide immigration assistance, let us know in writing what they can do on your behalf (such as submit or withdraw an application for you). Upload your written notification in ImmiAccount

See more about getting help with your application.

Dependent children

For every dependent child who currently holds a subclass 820 visa, provide the following:

  • their passport
  • documents that show changes to their situation
  • police certificates, if applicable, for dependants 16 years old or older

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Partner

Get these documents from your partner or spouse:

  • the personal details page of their most recent passport (showing their signature), or their Australian driver’s licence
  • a completed Statutory Declaration – Partner Visa (Sponsor) 

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Prepare your documents

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Translate

Have all non-English documents translated into English.

Translators in Australia must be accredited by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters.

Translators outside Australia do not have to be accredited. But on each translation, they must include their:

  • full name
  • address and telephone number
  • qualifications and experience in the language they are translating

These details must be in English.

Note: You do not need to have any documents certified.

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Scan or photograph

Scan or photograph all documents (English and non-English) in colour.

The scans and photos must be legible.

If a document is more than one page, save it all as one file.

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Keep

Keep a copy of your documents

Step 3

Apply for the visa

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Provide accurate information

See what happens if you can’t prove your identity or don’t provide true information.

Apply online

We start assessing you for the permanent visa two years after you lodged your visa application. You can attach the documents up to one month before the two years date. Do not attach them before this time.

  1. Complete Stage 2 – Permanent Partner Visa Assessment (100, 801) in ImmiAccount.
  2. Attach your documents in ImmiAccount.  Attach a document only once, even if you are using it to show more than one thing
  3. Note the Transaction Reference Number (TRN)

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Step 4

After you apply

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What will happen after you apply

You can confirm we have received your documents in  ImmiAccount.

Attach more information

If you didn’t attach all your documents when you applied, attach them as soon as you can in ImmiAccount.

We might ask you to provide more information, however, we are not obliged to do so and may make a decision on your application without requesting more documents.

Add family members

You can add a dependent child to your application before we make a decision on your permanent visa application. The child must:

  • hold a Dependent Child visa (subclass 445)and
  • be in Australia

Complete Form 1002 – Application by a subclass 445 dependent child for a permanent partner visa  and attach it to your ImmiAccount.

Your children must meet our health requirement. They must also meet our character requirement if they are 16 years old or older. 

Newborn children

Find out how to add a newborn child to your application.

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Tell us if things change

Tell us if things change after you lodge your documents but before we’ve made a decision.

Things you need to let us know about include:

  • changes to your contact details or passport
  • changes to your marital or de facto status
  • the birth of a child
  • any other changes relevant to your application
  • if your relationship ends

See what to do if your situation changes.

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If your relationship ends

Let us know as soon as possible. You might still be granted this visa. We keep any information you give us confidential.

Find out more about family violence and your visa.

See what to do if your situation changes.

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Step 5

Visa outcome

You can be in or outside Australia when we decide on your permanent Partner visa.

We will let you know our decision in writing.

If we grant your visa, we will tell you:

  • your visa grant number
  • the date your visa starts
  • your visa conditions

Keep a copy of the decision.

If we refuse your visa, we will tell you:

  • why we refused the visa
  • whether you have a right to a review of the decision

We will not refund the application fee if we refuse your application.

What you can do on this visa

This is a permanent visa. It lets you:

  • stay in Australia indefinitely
  • work in Australia
  • study in Australia
  • enrol in Australia’s public healthcare scheme, Medicare
  • sponsor your relatives to come to Australia
  • travel to and from Australia for 5 years
  • if eligible, attend free English language classes provided by the Adult Migrant English Program
  • if eligible, apply for Australian citizenship

How long you can stay

This is a permanent visa. It lets you stay in Australia indefinitely.

You become a permanent resident on the day we grant the visa.

For citizenship purposes, your permanent residency starts on the day:

  • we grant the visa if you are in Australia
  • you enter Australia on this visa if you are outside Australia

What you must do on this visa

You and your dependent children must obey all Australian laws.

Travel on your visa

Travel to and from Australia for 5 years

You can travel to and from Australia as many times as you want for 5 years from the date we grant this visa. This is as long as the travel facility on this visa remains valid.

If you want to travel after the initial 5-year travel facility:

  • you will need to apply for and be granted a Resident Return (RRV) so that you can re-enter Australia as a permanent resident
  • you might also want to consider Australian citizenship. If you become an Australian citizen, you don’t require a visa to enter Australia. You will need to apply for an Australian passport and use it to leave and re-enter Australia. See more about eligibility requirements and current processing times for Australian citizenship

To see when your travel facility ends, use VEVO.

Prove you have a visa

To prove you have a visa and show your conditions to someone, use VEVO

To prove you have been to Australia, request your international movement records by completing Form 1359 – Request for international movement records 

Access Australian Government benefits

As a newly arrived resident, you might have to wait to access certain Australian Government payments and benefits. Learn more about newly arrived residents’ waiting periods from Services Australia.

Tell us if things change

Let us know if you get a new passport.

See what to do if your situation changes.

Become an Australian citizen

After a certain time, you might be eligible for Australian citizenship. Find out more about becoming a citizen.

For citizenship purposes, your permanent residency starts on:

  • the day the visa was granted if you were in Australia
  • the day you entered Australia on this visa if you were outside Australia when it was granted
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