Fundamentals of Partner Visas
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Subject Matter

This workshop will provide in-depth coverage of the visa options and requirements for partners, with a focus on issues affecting applicants and sponsors, and practical ways to improve the quality of your partner visa applications. The previous Parliament passed legislation proposing changes to the sponsored family visa program.  To-date, the changes have not been implemented and this session will explore the possible ramifications if those changes are enacted.     

 
Content
  • Visa options & eligibility requirements for partners/spouses/fiancé(e)s
  • Most appropriate visa for specific relationships.
  • Issues affecting Partner visas
  • Changes resulting from the Migration Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Act 2018, including the requirement for the approval of persons as family sponsors before any relevant visa applications are made.
Educator

John Hourigan LMMIA 
Immediate Past National President of the Migration Institute of Australia 
Director at Hourigan Visa & Migration Services

Schedule

Tuesday & Thursday, 2 and 4 July 2024

12:00pm - 1:30pm AEST (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.

Legal Practitioners

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.

Other Information

Resources

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.

Recording Disclosure

This online event may be recorded. By registering and logging on to the event, the participant agrees to the following:

  • Personally identifiable information of participants may be heard, seen, read, collected, or used by the MIA as the organiser and the other online seminar participants;
  • Any communication or information transmitted during the online seminar, such as voice, instant messages, or presentations are available to and may be recorded and further used by the MIA as the organiser.

For further information, please call 02 9249 9000 or email [email protected].
Our terms and conditions can be accessed here.

Fundamentals of Partner Visas

3 CPD Category A or Substantive Law

Subject Matter

This workshop will provide in-depth coverage of the visa options and requirements for partners, with a focus on issues affecting applicants and sponsors, and practical ways to improve the quality of your partner visa applications. The previous Parliament passed legislation proposing changes to the sponsored family visa program.  To-date, the changes have not been implemented and this session will explore the possible ramifications if those changes are enacted.     

 
Content
  • Visa options & eligibility requirements for partners/spouses/fiancé(e)s
  • Most appropriate visa for specific relationships.
  • Issues affecting Partner visas
  • Changes resulting from the Migration Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Act 2018, including the requirement for the approval of persons as family sponsors before any relevant visa applications are made.
Educator

John Hourigan LMMIA 
Immediate Past National President of the Migration Institute of Australia 
Director at Hourigan Visa & Migration Services

Schedule

Tuesday & Thursday, 2 and 4 July 2024

12:00pm - 1:30pm AEST (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.

Legal Practitioners

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.

Other Information

Resources

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.

Recording Disclosure

This online event may be recorded. By registering and logging on to the event, the participant agrees to the following:

  • Personally identifiable information of participants may be heard, seen, read, collected, or used by the MIA as the organiser and the other online seminar participants;
  • Any communication or information transmitted during the online seminar, such as voice, instant messages, or presentations are available to and may be recorded and further used by the MIA as the organiser.

For further information, please call 02 9249 9000 or email [email protected].
Our terms and conditions can be accessed here.

When
2/07/2024 12:00 PM - 4/07/2024 1:30 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Where
Online
Registration
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Registration ends 2/07/2024 12:00 PM AUSEST
  • Tuesday, 2 July 2024
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Member: $139
    Non-member: $275
  • Online
  • 3 Category A CPD or
    3 Substantive law CPD
  • Jul 2, 2024 12:00:00