*Course previously titled: Advanced Partner Visas
This workshop will provide in-depth coverage of complex issues affecting Partner visa applications, including end-of-relationship scenarios, Schedule 3 waivers and proving a relationship where there is little evidence. It will also include discussion on sponsorship limitations, focusing on scenarios where the sponsor has character concerns. Participants will work through various case studies. At the end of this workshop participants should be able to identify and resolve complex issues.
This workshop will focus on complex issues and case scenarios and is best suited for participants who have sound knowledge of these visas.
- Relationship types and documentary evidence
- Pathway to PR where relationship has ended (Partner visas and Prospective Marriage visas)
- Sponsorship limitations and recent case law
- Schedule 3 waivers and recent case law
- Practical case studies
Jasmin Angel MMIA
Senior Associate, Estrin Saul Lawyers
Tuesday 13 and Thursday 15 February 2024
3:00pm - 4:30pm AEDT (Sydney time)
Continuing Professional Development
Registered Migration Agents
3 CPD | Category A
RMAs must attend for the full duration in order to obtain CPD points.
3 CPD | Substantive Law
Legal practitioners are eligible to earn points for this CPD. The MIA is an approved QA Provider of CPD for the Legal Profession in Western Australia.
You will need access to a computer or laptop with a reliable internet connection and speakers. For group discussion, you may also require a microphone and/or video. Earphones with a microphone that come standard with many mobile phones may be suitable.
Please join this test meeting to check your internet, speakers and microphone prior to registering.
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