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Student onshore visa Problems


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Old 05-11-2015, 10:46 AM
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Student onshore visa Problems

hello to all

i have a student visa in higher study and living in Melbourne for 2 months. i lodged my visa application on 20th January and got marriage on 26 January but my visa granted on 2 march. now i want to apply visa for my spouse, i asked in immigration, they told me to apply new student visa onshore. but the problem is that they wanted to show me all funds again, which i have already used or using. Is there any person who have the same problem. what is the solution?

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