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Old 07-04-2018, 11:34 AM
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De facto split help

Hi guys I’m new here , my partner and I have been in de facto relationship from last 4 years and got our permanent residency approved last year but now we are splitting as she reckons she has grown out of the relationship. So now I know it does not affect my visa circumstances since I’m permanent here but do I need to inform immi about our split ? If yes what form ?So it would not cause any issue in future if one of us wanna start new life with someone else etc ?


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Old 07-05-2018, 12:32 AM
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Hi sky blue thanks for your reply bro but can you please elaborate for me. So I don’t have to tell them ,and what if I want to get married and bring my wife here from Nepal ?


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Hi guys I’m new here , my partner and I have been in de facto relationship from last 4 years and got our permanent residency approved last year but now we are splitting as she reckons she has grown out of the relationship. So now I know it does not affect my visa circumstances since I’m permanent here but do I need to inform immi about our split ? If yes what form ?So it would not cause any issue in future if one of us wanna start new life with someone else etc ?


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