Down Under Visa provides applicants and sponsors with expert visa and immigration advice. Jeff Harvie, Registered Migration Agent (M.A.R.N. 0959797) and consultant in Australian Migration Law, and his family-based team...
We have long had our www.downundervisa.com.au site based in Australia. However, we do specialise in Australian Partner Visas, Australian Tourist Visas and Australian Family Visas from the Philippines, so it is…Learn More
Spouse & Fiancee Visas We are AUSTRALIAN PARTNER VISA specialists. We help with SPOUSE/PARTNER and PROSPECTIVE MARRIAGE (fiance/fiancee) visas for Australians with spouses / partners and fiances …Learn More
If you are his Filipina girl and he wants to take you back home to Australia then it is time to fill in the FREE ONLINE ASSESSMENT FORM *Please note: *We do not give advice or discuss cases over the phone ...
Jeff Harvie is a professional Migration Agent, registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority, a statutory body set up by the Australian Government to regulate the standards of the profession, and to give protection to visa applicant ...Learn More
Prospective Marriage Visas or Fiancee visas are the Australian visa-of-choice if you are planning on marrying, and are happy to marry your boyfriend in Australia. If you have met each other in person, have a genuine intention to marry and ...
SPOUSE / PARTNER VISAS -Partner Temporary / Permanent Visas Australian spouse visas , also know as partner visas , are for overseas applicants who are marrying an Australian Citizen or Australian Permanent Resident....
Tourist / Other Visas
A tourist visa is definitely NOT a “short cut” to getting a partner visa or for someone to stay permanently in Australia. The applicant needs to leave at the end of their visit. If you are a genuine visitor, especially if you wish to visit and ...
- Student visas? Work visas? A good alternative to a partner visa?I think it’s pretty obvious from our website that Down Under Visa specialise in Australian partner visas. We manage spouse visa and fiancée visa applications on a daily basis, and we do an excellent job with them. We live and breathe partner visas! And we do that because we can relate personally (having been through the process […]
- The Visa Medical – What the doctors or nurses tell youIf you apply for an Australian Partner Visa (spouse visa or fiancée visa) or a New Zealand Citizen’s Family Relationship Visa (Subclass 461) or a Child Visa, then you need to do a visa medical examination. They can also request xray examinations or even full medicals for tourist visas too if they think the applicant […]
- Serial sponsors and Australian Visa Applications? Do they exist?What is serial sponsorship, and does it affect me? There is a Regulation in the Migration Regulations there to stop what is known as “serial sponsorship” in Australian partner visa applications. This is Reg 1.20J, and it affects applications for onshore and offshore partner visas (aka “spouse visas”) as well as prospective marriage visas (aka […]
What Our Clients are Saying
When Joan and me decided to get married in the Philippines and start our married life in South Australia it became clear very quickly that doing all the paperwork for the Visa ourselves would be a near impossible task and would require far more money than we could afford.Long story short, I selected Down Under Visa in Manila and we are both very happy with that choice.Our main contact,Jeff Harvie,exudes confidence and professionalism and his no-nonsense approach was just what we needed.
We have only positive things to say about Down Under Visa. From the initial contact for a quote, through every form and right to the end of the process, Jeff was a pleasure to deal with. He responded to every email within hours or minutes and always gave us clear, detailed and friendly answers.
He was always completely forthright and honest, and we alwys felt that we had the most accurate and professional information from him.In fact, all the information we needed,was provided to us at the beginning, so there was no need for us to guess or ask many questions.