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Old 08-12-2017, 07:04 AM
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Hi, i'm new member of this forum.
I'm really wondering if anyone know about this.

I met with my husband ( he is PR) in may 2016 and june 2016 we decided to live together. And september 2016 we got married in my home country. And because my visa was expired and we still can not effort for my partner visa i cameback to my home country. And now i was thinking to apply for tourist visa 600 and visit him. And during that time when i stay there, do you think can i apply for partner visa 802.


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