Sydney, NSW, AU – In Australia, as in many countries across the globe, people are constantly applying for partner visas for their significant other. A partner visa in Australia will allow the holder temporary rights to live in the country with a partner who is a legal citizen. The process, which was already an obstacle course for those applying, became even more impossible with the recent and enormous hike in partner visa fees.
What began as a simple 5-page guide meant for friends and family soon spiralled into a 135-page Partner Visa Guide for Australia, complete with checklists and templates and available for purchase online.
The book walks you through the entire immigration process including detailing the requirements and how to meet the requirements of a partner visa application. Accompanying the book are 2 additional services that could significantly improve your chances of success: the statutory declaration review service and a twenty minute Skype consultation with a real immigration lawyer.
One unique feature which comes with the purchase of Fiona Chan’s book is access to two samples of statutory declarations, which each applicant will need to create on their own during the process. The statutory declarations are only examples, but they go a long way towards steering applicants in the right direction. And those who choose to pay just a little bit more (still much less than going into the process solo) can have Fiona and her team check over their declarations and receive valuable feedback.
“It’s bad enough that applicants are paying such outrageous fees for inadequate help from migration agents, but to make visas cost an arm and a leg on top of that is unconscionable,” claims Fiona Chan, author of the Partner Visa Guide. “I am firmly against this incredible hike in the cost of partner visas, because I don’t believe that love should cost you everything you have, plain and simple. I didn’t set out to write a book, but I’m glad that I did.”
The Partner Visa Checklists included in the book are a handy and infinitely helpful guide for those wary about applying for a partner visa in Australia. These 3 lengthy checklists will help applicants to understand what documents they will need, organize those documents, and make sure that they are compliant before submitting them for a partner visa application. The book and all of the resources included are invaluable to the partner visa process for Australia, and at a far more reasonable price than conventional methods.
Company Name: Partner Visa Guide Australia
Contact Person: Fiona Chan
Phone: 02 8003 5085
Address:66 Oxford Street