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Old 09-09-2017, 07:26 AM
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Subclass 600

I have made an application for a subclass 600 visa, I want to go back to be with my partner, I cannot say I will have a job to come back to in the UK will that affect my chances of getting into Australia, I also wanted to fill out the marriage or partner visa before leaving the UK but my partner would not be able to support me at present as he's in rehab at the moment, I can financially support myself from the sale of my house & get us stability & my partner can begin to rebuild his life.


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