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PORTRAIT | YULA | SYDNEY

Sometimes you need a moment of silence to hear the essentials again. Sometimes this only requires a short moment, with eyes closed, to see clearly again. Listen to your heart for a moment to feel life. This will be like a retreat for your body and mind to feel strong again. Take some time only…

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WEDDING | YULIA & ALEX | SYDNEY

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ENGAGEMENT | VIVI & HECTOR | SYDNEY

Vivi and Hector are in love, funny and freshly engaged. The fun part of their story is, they flew in all the way from New York City to get up early and have their engagement photos taken here, in Sydney!

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Pregnant and Having a baby in Australia

You are currently in Australia and found out that you are pregnant.  Congratulations!  A fantastic journey has begun.  I decided to write about my own pregnancy journey in Sydney, Australia as a result of many questions in German Groups that I follow on Facebook and beyond.  The reason for this blog post to be in…

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ENGAGEMENT | ELENA & TREVOR | SYDNEY

Elena and Trevor, in love, and now freshly engaged. They are up for anything and getting married in Kasachstan, Elena´s home country, in August! They are the best combo to go wild here in Sydney Botanical Gardens on a beautiful Autumn afternoon. Elena used the quote “Pictures say more than a thousand words” so here…

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Applying for a partner visa in Australia

Partner Visa Subclass 820 Onshore Temporary Stage 1 – Partner or Prospective Marriage Visa (300,309/100,820/801) In Australia you must be in a genuine, domestic relationship for one year before you can apply for the partner visa. You must be the spouse (be married) or a de facto partner relationship of an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or eligible…

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  • Neha19th March 2019 - 8:41 pm

    Hi, Thanks for sharing information about how to apply for Australia partner visa. Can i have more information about Australia Permanent Residency Visa?

  • theresiapauls6th July 2019 - 5:22 pm

    Hi Neha, with the Partner Visa temporary application the Permanent Residency will follow automatically, and usually takes about 21-28 months from the day of application.

  • Lucy16th November 2019 - 7:15 pm

    Hi there,
    Thank you so much for writing this, especially the registering of the relationship! Has it worked out for you? Just a few questions if you don’t mind. I’m Australian and my boyfriend is English. We’ll have no evidence of living together as we have only travelled back and forth to visit each other. Will this be OK? 
    If we register our relationship, then apply for the partner visa 820 (to hopefully then be granted the 801), I read there’s a processing time of 20 months. Does that mean we dont hear anything and need to keep travelling back and forth for 20 months before we know if the temporary visa got accepted? Thank you!