4 Comments Immigration law, student visa, employment visa, partner visa
[QUOTE=Seva] there is an outstanding warrant for me, for assault charges from 2008 (thats the reason i went overseas in 2009).[/QUOTE]
Regardless of you becoming a sponsor or not, your outstanding warrant remains....when you return to Australia & come to the attention of authorities, you may well be arrested on the spot..
Given the assault charges relate to domestic violence, I would be surprised that you would be considered as a suitable sponsor.
You need to address the historic assault charges to move forward IMO
You need to send an application for a temporary and permanent visa which you can do by completing an application and submitting it to the right agency so that it can be assessed. If you meet these Australian visa criteria after the assessment, a temporary partner visa can only be granted to you. This visa is valid until you are granted a permanent visa, which is usually issued a few years after the application is submitted. If it is the case that all the given requirements are met even after two years, then the permanent partner visa is yours. for more information, you can visit: https://aylwardgame.com.au/practice-area/experienced-immigration-lawyer-brisbane/