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Question Married, need a visa each?

Hi

I'm at the very first thoughts of emmigrating and have a question...

My husband scores 120 on the trial test to see his eligibility to move to Oz but was wondering as a married couple do we need a visa each or would we both go under his visa? We have a 18 month old and another on the way so i'm not currently working and don't plan to work for another couple of years. In my previous employment I would have scored 120 but I no longer do this job.

Hope that makes sense...Many Thanks.

Donna

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Hi Donna,

Welcome to the forum.

It sounds as if your husband would be the main applicant and that you and your baby (and the one on the way ) would be on the same visa.

There are links to the visa types in the "PLEASE READ..." post if you haven't seen it already

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