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Launching the Third Edition of the Australian Partner Visa Guide with even more content, insights and examples of statutory declarations to give you the tools to do your own partner visa applications
Australian partner visas have had some changes since the last edition of the book launched November 2017. As I updated the blog with the changes I was working simultaneously on the third edition of the Australian Partner Visa Guide. I am now very proud to announce that once again I’ve expanded on the Australian Partner Visa Guide and in this third edition; there are more insights, more tips and more information on how you can put together the most successful partner visa application.
Announcing The Second Edition Of “The Australian Partner Visa Guide” – New And Updated Tips And Tricks To Get You Through The Australian Partner Visa Process
The Second Edition Of “The Australian Partner Visa Guide”
At the beginning of the year I signalled that I wanted to write additional supplements to the book. I published the second stage visa processing book at the end of January and then I set to work on the second edition of The Australian Partner Visa Guide.
Unfortunately the process to write the second edition was not as fast because I was inundated with application review requests. But that’s good news for the second edition.
Because I was doing more and more application reviews I was able to see where everyone was repeating the same mistakes over and over again. I thought I had addressed these in my book but after asking a few of the readers I realised that it wasn’t as clear as I had hoped.
That’s why I took all their questions and wrote about them.
I also took more examples of the good, the bad and the ugly statutory declarations and supporting evidence and I added it to the second edition.
Here’s what you’re going to get in the second edition:
- 199 pages of The Australian Partner Visa Guide – an additional 60 pages of content
- 2 guides on obtaining your health examination – health declaration and eMedical systems
- 2 Additional samples of GOOD sponsor and applicant statutory declarations – 3 in total
- 2 Additional samples of BAD sponsor and applicant statutory declarations – 2 in total
- 1 sample of a BAD form 888 of a supporting witness with explanations
- 1 sample of a GOOD form 888 of a supporting witness with explanations
- How to prepare documents sample PDF with instructions
- Additional tutorial on practical points of the online application system
- Sample application review report
- Sample images of documents you have to submit
New Changes Mean Australian Sponsors Will Require Police Checks As Part Of The Partner Visa Application Process
Australian Sponsors Will Require Police Checks
Remember that earlier post about impending changes to the partner visas? Well it’s here folks.
The changes are significant from a legislation point of view but from your point of view, it’s simply another piece of evidence that you need to provide with your partner visa applications.
“The Permanent Partner Visa Process” – Everything You Need To Get Ready And Succeed In The Second Stage Partner Visa Processing
After the success of ‘The Australian Partner Visa Guide’, I set a goal myself for 2017 to write the next book in the series. Every day for 1-2 hours after work I put my writing hat on and wrote, analysed, edited and made sure that I had a damn good book worth putting out.
Introducing ‘The Permanent Partner Visa Process’. I apologise for the lack of a creative title but it is what it is – plain and simple English so that you can do it yourself.
‘The Permanent Partner Visa Process’ details the entire procedure and includes how to answer the call for more information to start your second stage visa processing. It also comes with partner visa to Australia interview questions!
How to find a NAATI certified translator for migration purposes
The Australian Government is very particular about who can translate documents for migration purposes and for good reason as you’re dealing with legal documents. The Australian Government therefore only trusts translations from NAATI certified translators. NAATI is the body that tests and registers translators in Australia and due to the stringent testing, they’re the only ones that are certified to translate documents for migration purposes.
Thursday Answers are a response to questions submitted by readers on our regular Ask Mondays posts.
Every Monday I ask people to send in their questions and concerns and I select one to answer. In doing this, I hope you will see that a) you’re not alone in this, b) there are no stupid questions and c) we’re all here to help!
In the past month I’ve had many readers send me personal thank you emails for writing the book. They all have invariably spent months online researching and gathering bits and pieces of information regarding partner visas until they came across my book.
But they’re not the only ones that have come across my book. It seems I’ve made a bit of a splash by writing the book. My attempt to help couples migrate to Australia and save thousands of dollars has not gone unnoticed.