Maren Beattie arrived in Australia on a Working Holiday Visa in 2007. She and Matt had been pen-pals before she arrived.
Our relationship developed and we got married in Jan 2008. I applied for a spouse visa with my husband Matthew Beattie. I received my Permanent Visa in 2010.
Starting off in Australia in 2007 with a Working Holiday Visa, subclass 417. Shortly after meeting my husband, Matthew Beattie, we decided to get married. We were introduced and recommended by Matthew’s friend to contact AustraliaMigrate for assistance in the spouse visa application.
One of the major challenges of the visa application was to collect all necessary documents and evidence as supporting documents to meet the Department of Immigration’s requirements. It took a long time and effort to arrange accurate documents.
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