A spouse visa in Australia is referred to as a partner visa in Australia. To apply for citizenship through the Australian spouse, either he or she must be a permanent resident of Australia or an eligible New Zealand citizen.
If you're married or in a committed relationship, you can apply for an Australian spouse visa to bring your partner with you.
Though the partner visa comes in many variants with different terms and there is no formal duration, it will be hard to set a number. The applicant of a partner visa for Australia who is applying for a provisional visa will be able to review their application after living in Australia for two years with their partner. The immigration authorities re-review the application at the end of 24 months of a provisional partner visa and determine if the applicant meets the requirements for obtaining a permanent partner visa in Australia. This can only be achieved if the couple is in a genuine relationship. It is possible that the non-resident may be deported if, by chance, the couple breaks up or gets divorced and that the provisional visa may not be renewed.
However, the individual is not bound to stay in a relationship with their sponsor once they have received permanent partner visas.
For More Details Please visit the https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-listing/partner-onshore
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