Will a jail conviction lead to a refused Australian partner visa?

Will a jail conviction for a violent offence or crime lead to a refusal of an Australian partner visa

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In this week’s episode of our Weekly Q & A one participant asked Will a jail conviction lead to a refused Australian partner visa?

The exact question was:

Can I sponsor a Filipina lady on an Australian spouse visa if I have a conviction? What crimes and what jail terms would cause a visa application to be refused and to lose the visa application charge??

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Jeff HarvieJeff Harvie RMA, MMIA
Jeff Harvie is a professional Migration Agent, registered with the Migration Agents Registration Authority, a statutory body set up by the Australian Government to regulate the standards of the profession, and to give protection to consumers.

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Jeff and his family team at Down Under Visa in Manila can help you to get an Australian partner visa from Manila, ie. a prospective marriage visa or a partner visa for your spouse or even your de facto spouse. They also help those couples who aren't quite ready for a spouse visa or fiance visa to get tourist visas so they can allow their relationship to develop. Jeff, Mila and Jeremy are all Australian Citizens and proud Aussies.