If your partner holds 485 visa as primary applicant then you can apply for 485 dependent visa.
The partner of 485 visa holder can apply to be added to that visa by lodging an application for subsequent entrant 485 visa, and be granted that visa.
The prospective applicant for subclass 485 subsequent entrant visa must be a partner, spouse or in defacto relationship with the 485 visa holder as primary applicant. Any dependent children of the primary applicant or subsequent entrant may also be added.
Subclass 485 Dependent Visa Processing Time currently is 11 months within which 90% of applications are processed. Your application may take longer to process if you have lodged your application with incomplete or missing information; or your application is complex.
Subclass 485 dependent visa fee for first applicant will be A$1680; Additional applicant charge for any other applicant who is at least 18 is A$840; and Additional applicant charge for any other applicant who is less than 18 will be A$425.
1. Identity documents such as passport, birth certificate, proof of name change such as marriage or divorce certificate.
2. If you are or have been married, widowed, divorced or permanently separated, provide proof such as marriage certificates, divorce documents, death certificates, separation documents or statutory declarations.
3. Provide an overseas police certificate from every country, including your home country, where you spent a total of 12 months or more in the last 10 years since you turned 16, any military service records or discharge papers if you served in the armed forces of any country.
4. Passport size photographs.
5. All applicants must provide Overseas Student Health Cover.
6. Medical examinations.
7. For an applicant is under 18, copies of birth certificates or the family book showing the names of both parents; or adoption papers (if applicable).
9. Visa 485 grant letter.
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