Are you wanting to bring your special lady (your spouse/partner/wife) from overseas to live with you permanently in Australia? Is she a Filipina lady? Do you find the process confusing and scary? If you get it wrong, you’re in for a lengthy and frustrating wait! We really do understand your concerns and we know exactly what you’re going through. Get it right, and you’re granted a visa. Get it wrong and you may get a refusal. We at Down Under Visa have many years experience in this process, and we have even been through it all ourselves. And we spend 99%+ of our time doing spouse visas from Philippines (and fiancee visas from Philippines)*. So you’re in very safe hands with us.
Down Under Visa is run by Jeff Harvie, a Australian Registered Migration Agent (MARN 0959797) with Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA), in conjunction with his Filipina wife Mila. MARA is part of the Department of Immigration and Citizenship, and is there to ensure that registered agents are qualified and ethical and will always act in your best interests. Mila is a former school teacher, and was born and educated in Philippines.
We have a very impressive success-rate, and we know Australian Migration Law. We can manage your entire application for an Australian Visa for you from the point of assessing your case, to gathering your personal information, to helping you prepare all your personal documents and other visa requirements, to preparing and lodging your Australian visa application with a proper legal submission, to personally dealing with issues that may come up with the Department (Manila Embassy, ie. the Australian Embassy in Philippines), right down to when your spouse visa (aka partner visa) gets granted. We work with you every step of the way, and we take the stress and uncertainty out of an otherwise scary and risky process.
If your special lady is from the Philippines, we can provide a level of service and insight that no one else can. Why? Because we’ve been there and done that ourselves (Jeff & Mila are an Australian/Filipina couple), and our main office is based in the Philippines. We provide guidance of the administrative issues as well as any personal hurdles you may have. We can provide experienced guidance with the way things work in Philippines to obtain correct documents and other Australian visa requirements, and can help with personal issues and cultural issues that may confuse and frustrate you along the way.
*NB. Fiancee Visas are correctly known as Subclass 300 Visas, or Prospective Marriage Visas. Spouse Visas and Partner Visas are correctly known as Subclass 309 Visas, or Partner temporary visas.