Partner (Spouse, De Facto, Same Sex) Visa Specialists – Registered Migration Agents Melbourne

As Australian top Partner (Spouse, De Facto, Same Sex) Visa Specialists and Melbourne CBD best Registered Migration Agents and Immigration Law Consultants specializing in all type of partner visa application processes as well as highly complex partner visa application refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) cases Victoria Migration Service Centre is strategically located in Melbourne CBD next to the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) Division and Refugee Review Tribunal (RRT) Division of the Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) for which Victoria Migration Service Centre has successfully represented many clients in relation to the Tribunal's merits review of their partner visa application refusal, family (domestic) violence, health & character (criminal records), unlawful non-citizen, immigration detention, Bridging Visa E (BVE) Application and other partner visa related decisions made by the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection.

If you have any difficulties or puzzles with your partner (spouse, de facto, same sex) visa application, or your partner visa application has been refused by the Australian Department of Immigration & Border Protection, you should consider seeking immediate advice from Australian top Partner (Spouse, De Facto, Same Sex) Visa Specialist Mr. Henry Qian who specializes in all type of partner visa application processes as well as highly complex partner visa application refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal) cases.

Victoria Migration Service Centre is proud of providing the best and honest Australian Immigration and Citizenship advice to people from more than 60 different countries.

Partner (Spouse, De Facto, Same Sex ) Visa Application & Prospective Marriage Visa Application

1.      Subclass 820/801 Onshore Partner (Spouse, Married Couple) Visa Application
2.      Subclass 820/801 Onshore De Facto Partner Visa Application
3.      Subclass 820/801 Onshore Same Sex Partner Visa Application
4.      Subclass 309/100 Offshore Partner (Spouse, Married Couple) Visa Application
5.      Subclass 309/100 Offshore De Facto Partner Visa Application
6.      Subclass 309/100 Offshore Same Sex Partner Visa Application
7.      Subclass 300 Prospective Marriage (Fiancé / Fiancée) Visa Application
8.      Subclass 300 Prospective Marriage (Fiancé / Fiancée) Visa Application- Wedding Ceremony Booking Assistance

Partner Visa Application Refusal Tribunal (MRT / AAT) Merits Review (Appeal) Assistance

1.      Partner (Spouse / Married Couple) Visa Application Refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal)
2.      De Facto Relationship Partner Visa Application Refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal)
3.      Same Sex Partner Relationship Visa Application Refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal)
4.      Prospective Marriage (Fiancé / Fiancée) Visa Application Refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal)
5.      Unlawful Non-Citizen Partner Visa Application Refusal Tribunal Merits Review (Appeal)
6.      Partner Visa Application Related Health & Family (Domestic) Violence Issues
7.      Partner Visa Application Related Character / Criminal Record Issues
8.      All Other Types of Australian Partner Visa Application Related Issues
9.      Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) Merits Review and Full Hearing Representation
10.    Administrative Appeal Tribunal (AAT) Merits Review and Full Hearing Representation
Australian Partner Visa Application
Breaking News – Herald Sun Newspaper Interview (Partner Visa Application) - 01 July 2015

Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent, Melbourne CBD Best Registered Migration Agent & Immigration Law Consultant Mr. Henry QIAN, his happy clients Melbourne musician Mr. Mark KENNEDY (Partner Visa Applicant's Australian Citizen Sponsor) and his Swiss wife Ms. Doris KENNEDY-NEFF (Partner Visa Applicant) were interviewed by Melbourne City Editor Mr. John MASANAUSKAS from Herald Sun newspaper today in relation to the Australian Partner Visa Application. ​​

Chinese Partner Visa Application Refusal (Domestic Violence / Family Violence)
Case Study – Chinese Visa Applicant's Landmark Partner (Migrant) (Class BC, Subclass 100) Visa Application Refusal Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) Merits Review Case (Domestic Violence / Family Violence)

Year of Hearing:     2010, 2011, 2012
Tribunal Location:  Melbourne CBD

Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent, Melbourne CBD Best Registered Migration Agent & Immigration Law Consultant Mr. Henry QIAN has become the first and so far the only Australian Immigration Law Expert who has won the landmark Partner (Migrant) (Class BC, Subclass 100) visa application refusal case under the domestic (family) violence clause for a MALE Chinese client who has not only been accused as the perpetrator by his ex-wife who successfully obtained an interim and final intervention order against him from the Court, but also been found not a victim of domestic violence by three Independent Experts (IEs) from the Australian government department after almost three years of unprecedented legal battles.

This landmark case created a “Dead duck swimming again” miracle in the Australian immigration history.​​

Malaysian Same Sex Partner Visa Application Refusal MRT Merits Review
Case Study – Malaysian Visa Applicant's Same Sex Partner (Temporary) (Class UK, Subclass 820) Visa Application Refusal Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) Merits Review Case (Schedule 3 Criteria)

Year of Hearing:     2015
Tribunal Location:  Melbourne CBD

Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent, Melbourne CBD Best Registered Migration Agent & Immigration Law Consultant Mr. Henry QIAN has won another Schedule 3 criteria related Partner (Temporary) (Class UK, Subclass 820) visa application refusal case by successfully helping a Malaysian same sex partner visa applicant to persuade the Tribunal that there are compelling reasons apparent at the time of the visa application for not applying the Schedule 3 criteria.

The Tribunal has had the benefit of both documentary evidence which was not before the Department and consistent oral evidence fromt the applicant and the sponsor at the hearing.

Having regard to all these factors cumulatively, the Tribunal is satisfied that there are compelling reasons apparent at the time of the visa application for not applying the Schedule 3 criteria.  Accordingly the Tribunal finds that the applicant meets clause 820.211(2)(d)(ii) of Schedule 2 of the Migration Regulations 1994.
Indian Partner Visa Application Refusal MRT (AAT) Merits Review (Appeal) Case
Case Study – Indian Unlawful Non-Citizen Visa Applicant's De Facto Relationship Partner (Temporary) (Class UK, Subclass 820) Visa Application Refusal Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) Division of AAT (Administrative Appeal Tribunal) Merits Review Case (Schedule 3 Criteria) 

Year of Hearing:     2016
Tribunal Location:  Melbourne CBD

Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent, Melbourne CBD Best Registered Migration Agent & Immigration Law Consultant Mr. Henry QIAN has won another Schedule 3 criteria related Partner (Temporary) (Class UK, Subclass 820) visa application refusal case by successfully helping an Indian partner visa applicant (de facto relationship ground) to persuade the Tribunal that there are compelling reasons apparent at the time of the visa application for not applying the Schedule 3 criteria.

As stated at the Tribunal's decision record:  "In summary, on the evidence before it, the Tribunal is satisfied that there are compelling reasons for not applying the Schedule 3 criteria.  Accordingly, Mr XXX meets cl.820.211(2)(d)(ii)."
Greek Partner Visa Application Refusal MRT (AAT) Merits Review (Appeal) Case
Case Study – Greek Visa Applicant's De Facto Relationship Partner (Temporary) (Class UK, Subclass 820) Visa Application Refusal Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) Division of AAT (Administrative Appeal Tribunal) Merits Review Case (Reg 2.03A & Clause 820.211, 820.221, 820.311 of Schedule 2 of Migration Regulations 1994

Year of Hearing:     2017
Tribunal Location:  Melbourne CBD

This is a very challenging & complicated case as at the time of the application the partner visa applicant from Greece had only been living together with the sponsor under the de factor relationship for less than 4 months without meeting any other alternative legal requirements.

However Victoria Migration Service Centre’s Principal Migration Agent, Melbourne CBD Best Registered Migration Agent & Immigration Law Consultant ​​Mr. Henry QIAN has managed to win this highly complicated and challenging Partner (Temporary) (Class UK, Subclass 820) visa application refusal case by successfully helping the Greek partner visa applicant to persuade the Tribunal that (1) the review applicant is the spouse or de factor partner of the sponsor; (2) the review applicant and the sponsor were in a genuine and continuing relationship; (3) there were compassionate and compelling circumstances not to apply the 12 months de facto relationship requirement; and (4) at the time of the application the secondary visa applicant was the dependent child of the review applicant.

Melbourne CBD Head Office Contact Details:

Mr. Henry Qian (Registered Migration Agent MARN: 0956812)
Suite 301
620 Collins St 
MELBOURNE VIC 3000
Tel:     +61 3 9629 6818
Mob:   0413 614 849 (7 days a week)
Code of Conduct:
https://www.mara.gov.au/becoming-an-agent/professional-standards-and-obligations/code-of-conduct/