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Australian Spouse Visa

This is the Australian spouse visa for a Thai. If you got married in Thailand and have registered your marriage then you can apply for a visa from Thailand to Australia for your Thai wife. The Australian visa for a Thai can be applied for. For this temporary visa she can obtain if you are an Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen. The marriage should show that you are in a de facto relationship. Note this will not be available if you had a traditional Thai wedding and have not registered your marriage.

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Police Clearance in Thailand

You will need to obtain a police clearance in Thailand for the Australian visa. One of the documents needed for an Australian visa application is a police clearance certificate. This could be for an Australian spouse visa or an Australian fiancée visa for your Thai fiancée or wife. This application needs to be done in Bangkok at the Special Branch police. Note below the documents required for the police certificate to be issued.

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Australian Prenuptial Agreements

You might consider a Australian prenuptial agreements before your marriage. The Family Act of Australia determines the outcome of any financial arrangements made before marriage. In the West this financial arrangements are normally called a prenuptial agreement. You can also after marriage arrange for a post-nuptial agreement however court intervention would be needed for this as it should not be of any detriment to your creditors in Australia or in Thailand. This would become a very expensive process to complete.

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Thai Property in Marriage

You will need to understand Thai property in marriage before you get married. See the note made on prenuptial agreements if you are getting married in Thailand and planning on taking your Thai wife back to Australia. If you are staying on in Thailand then the property laws would be as listed below. Marital property in Thailand is divided into personal property and community of property. The definitions are much wider than it would be under Australian law. Take legal advice on all property matters before you get married.

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Statutory Declaration for Sponsor

You have to make a statutory declaration for sponsor when your Thai wife is making an application for an Australian spouse visa. Note that you would have to have registered your marriage in Thailand as well as have the marriage certificate translated into English. The declaration is where you declare under oath that the facts you state are true and correct. This is a brief overview and it is always best to use a lawyer for these applications.

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Changing Visa Application Information

In the event of a changing visa application information, this is how it is done. The Australian spouse visa for a Thai national does take a while to complete as much as the Australian fiancée visa for a Thai national. During this time certain facts might have changed and the Embassy needs to be updated about this. There are a number of instances where facts on the application form has changed. Below are a few of them as an example.

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Australian Visa Interview

If you are applying for an Australian visa be it a spouse visa or fiancee visa then they can ask you to come in for an interview. This is the dreaded Australian visa interview. When you go in for an interview they will ask you to bring with you your passport (her passport) as well as any documents which are short in the application process. They will normally give you a list of documents which they still need. This is not uncommon when you apply for a visa yourself.

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