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Old 03-08-2016, 02:47 AM
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Hi to all I'm just new here,just wondering if there's someone experience here to lodge their defacto visa refuse coz its not been 12 month together ?I am planning to apply my onshore although we been only for 9 months here but he been visited me in my country for 3 times each year for 3 to 4 weeks together. Hope someone enlighten me.

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Old 03-22-2016, 02:34 AM
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Dear Chelanita,
You have waited so long, wait for another 3 months

To know and update visa applicant's historical timeline, check it out at

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Old 03-22-2016, 02:52 AM
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Hi thank you for reply me,can you please tell me how can be a relationship defacto starts?we been in a relationship since 2012,then 2013 we meet then after a month then we plan to be together we talk about getting house to rent and electricity and house stuffs.but thats not happen coz im working and my daughter needs her grandmother to look after so we just decide to make my room as our private room when he staying at Philippines We filled my annulment since 2013 so we want to marry but until now not grant..or the counted was the Physical 12 months?that the spent n Philippines not counted?although the 4 aspects are there financially support and when at Philippines he do talking care my daughter sending her to school and do house chores while im at work.or they counted the stay here in Australia was ( months here.I just want to be sure about application coz my daughter been trauma in Phillippines due to her color of daughter was black american (father)so she been bully emotionally and in Australia she accepts here

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Old 03-22-2016, 02:54 AM
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do you think my application was very weak and needs to wait for anothr 3 months to extend?

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Old 03-22-2016, 07:30 AM
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The standard terms for defacto are:

De facto applicants
Usually your de facto relationship must have existed for at least 12 months immediately before you apply for this visa.

Time spent dating does not count towards a de facto relationship.

You can be granted a visa without having been in a de facto relationship for 12 months if:
  • you can demonstrate compelling and compassionate circumstances, such as having dependent children
  • your de facto relationship has been registered in Australia (this is not available in all states and territories).

Visa Route: 600/300/600/820/801
PMV to PR 44 months.
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