Sometimes, it can be difficult to stay with your spouse in the same country. Separation can be caused by several factors such as professional duties or academic pursuits outside your country. The separation does not symbolise a bleak ending for your relationship as you can still marry your partner regardless of the fact that you are not in the same country. A prospective marriage visa allows you to go to your partner's country and marry them in the near future. If you are applying for a prospective marriage visa, here is what you will need to show before it is granted:
You are Outside the Country
When applying for a prospective marriage visa, you should not be within the country whose visa you are applying for. You must also indicate that you will remain offshore until the prospective marriage visa is granted to you, allowing you to move in and join your spouse. If you have other legally recognised grounds to be in your partner's country, then you do not have to apply for a prospective marriage visa anymore.
Your Spouse Has Legal Capacity to Marry
Before the prospective marriage visa is granted, your sponsor (spouse) must have the legal capacity to marry. They must have attained the age provided by law and be of sound mind. The purpose of this provision is to make sure that you are not taking advantage of a minor or mentally challenged person for your personal gain. Therefore, you will have to show that you have met your spouse as an adult regardless of the fact that the marriage may have been arranged many years preceding your application. Photographs and video evidence can be used to show evidence of physical interaction in adulthood.
You may have to prove that you are of good character to qualify for a prospective marriage visa. Provide any criminal rehabilitation records attended for assessment and ascertaining that you are not a threat to the security and wellbeing of the people in the country you intend to move to.
Commitment to the Relationship
You should also show that you are mutually committed to sharing a lifetime together by excluding all other potential partners. To begin with, your spouse must not have sponsored another person, facilitating his or her acquisition of a prospective marriage visa. Secondly, you must provide evidence of an open, genuine and continuing relationship bound to lead to marriage. This can include statements enlisting each other as legal beneficiaries, joint utility and travel bills or shared bank accounts. These are good indications that your separation was both involuntary and necessary.
For more information about acquiring a marriage visa, contact a company like Fisa Pty Ltd.Share
29 July 2016
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