Domestic violence is any behaviour that frightens you properly for your safety or well-being. It can be either real or in danger, and may direct you, your family members, the family members of the alleged culprit, or the property of your alleged criminal. You and your family members don’t have to remain in a violent relationship to stay in Australia.
Domestic violence includes the following situation: –
- Physical and Psychological abuse or harm
- Forced sexual relations
- Forced isolation and economic deprivation, including dowry-related abuse.
You might still be able to be granted a visa if all of the following apply to you:
- You have married your spouse, while the applicant for the Prospective Marriage Visa (Subclass 300) and applied for a fellow visa (subclass 820/801), or you have the result of your application for a temporary partner visa (subclass 820) , Or you have been granted a temporary partner visa (subclass 820), or have entered Australia in the form of a provisional partner visa holder (subclass 309)
- You or your family member experienced family or domestic violence.
- Your relationship has ended.
To prove you have suffered from domestic or family violence, you must show the following documents: –
- if you hold or held a Prospective Marriage visa, you would have continued to be your sponsor’s spouse but your relationship has broken down.
- you would have continued to be your sponsor’s de facto partner or spouse but your relationship has broken down
- family violence against the people listed above took place in your relationship.
To prove you have suffered from domestic or family violence, you are required to submit few documents. To know more about the documents required as prove, please meet our team of experts at Red Earth Migration. To book an appointment, please email us at email@example.com. Or call us at(08) 6161 9239