After visiting a fairy-tale-themed bar on Melbourne’s Lonsdale Street, a Filipina gets her partner visa in Australia granted in just 4 months…
Followed by that, on 1 July 2021, a Thai woman received her partner visa (Subclass 820) in 4 months and a half. And a Nepalese national got his partner visa approved in only 3 months and 3 days.
Angel and her now-partner had been talking on Reddit when they decided to meet in front of Melbourne’s Flagstaff station.
Later that night, they went to StoryVille, a fairy-tale-themed bar on Lonsdale Street.
A week later they found themselves binging on NETFLIX while eating UberEats and drinking Vodka Cruisers in his apartment.
Nothing more than an ordinary encounter followed by an ordinary relationship between a Filipino girl and an Australian citizen…
If it were not for the fact that this couple had been granted a Partner Visa just 4 months after lodging an application…
According to the Department of Home Affairs, it takes between 21 and 26 months to process a Partner Visa (Subclass 820) application in Australia.
And here we have a couple who got their partner visa (subclass 820) granted in only 4 months.
That’s the most intriguing part of this story… and the reason I’m writing this letter.
Could their encounter on Reddit have played a part in this super fast decision by the Department of Home Affairs?
And can you take advantage of this “secret”?
We know that most people who hangout on Reddit are nerds, geeks and very intelligent people…
Hidden inside millions of Reddit pages lies the secret behind some of the most successful people in the world.
In fact, some of the first crypto millionaires were the ones who read some of the first-ever bitcoin posts on Reddit.
Could Reddit hold the secret behind Angel and her Australian partner getting their visa approved in just 4 months?
Well, they didn’t find the secret revealed on its entirety on a Reddit post.
But rumours have it that they heard about 2 lawyers in Australia who had been helping people get their partner visas granted in 4 or even 3 months time…
Their names are Ramtin Diznab and Peter Pang…
Their popularity is so high that in 2020 they were rated as “Best Partner Visa Lawyers in Melbourne” by “Top 10 Lawyers”.
No! They don’t have special connections with decision makers in the Immigration Office.
But they hold a professional background that would cause envy in any migration lawyer in Australia…
Peter Pang is a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of NSW and High Court of Australia.
He has also been the Academic Advisor of China Law Society in Hong Kong since 2007.
Whereas Ramtin Diznab has been admitted to the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia and has jurisdiction to appear in all Federal Courts of Australia.
So, what’s the secret to get partner visas approved at such an incredible speed, I asked Ramtin Diznab?
“Part of the secret lies in how you structure the Statutory Declaration,” says Ramtin.
“The rest I cannot reveal.
We treat this like a trade secret .
And that’s the reason people from all corners of the world come to us to get their partner visas approved in record time.
That’s also the reason many migration lawyers and agents want to work with us.
We’ve developed a strategy that most other lawyers and agents don’t know about.
We’ve been studying and lodging partner visas for 12 years now.”
But processing time is not the only reason driving hundreds of people from the Philippines into booking consultations with these two lawyers who held some information that any migration agent in Australia would die for…
They also have one of the highest partner-visa approval rates in Australia…
98.9% of visa applications lodged by the 2 most sought-after partner-visa lawyers in Australia get approved
Yes, simply incredible!
For lawyers to have this rate of approval, they must know something that most of us don’t know.
Especially when you take into account the refusal rates for partner visas in Australia…
A Freedom of Information (FOI) request to the Department of Home Affairs in 2018 exposed a startling picture on the visa refusal rates of onshore Subclass 820/801 Partner visa applications in the 2015/16 financial year…
53.8% of all unrepresented partner visa applications got refused
People think it’s easy to apply for a partner visa.
They fill in the form, add some relationship evidence and that’s it.
Little they know that things don’t work like that.
Their applications are likely to get refused…
If your application gets refused, your chances of staying in Australia will be very slim…
You will have to appeal.
You may have to go to court.
You don’t want that to happen.
And with such a valuable trade secret in their hands, I don’t think Ramtin or Peter will ever let their secret leak on Reddit or any other place on the internet.
But there is a way around. You can borrow their brains…
You can book a consultation with Ramtin Diznab or Peter Pang by filling out this form…
P.S.: On 7 June 2021, a Nepalese national who had hired the lawyers got his Partner Visa (Subclass 820) approved in only 3 months and 3 days. On 1 July 2021, a Thai client got her Partner Visa approved in just 4 months and 15 days.
Even though Peter and Ramtin don’t guarantee your visa application will be processed in 3 or 4 months, I have no doubt they know a “secret” that it’s making it easier for the Department of Home Affairs to make those quick decisions.