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Married while waiting for offshore partner visa subclass 309


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Old 03-09-2014, 01:37 PM
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Married while waiting for offshore partner visa subclass 309

Hi Everyone

My story

I am from Taiwan and my husband is from Australia, we applied for the offshore partner visa subclass 309 in person at the Hong Kong office 27/08/2013, we have been together since September 2010 and met in Australia when I was on working holiday. My husband moved to Taiwan at the start of 2013 so we could be together while we piece together our application and wait for the outcome. In October 2013 he proposed to me in Korea when we were on a short holiday and visa run for him. We married last thursday
Now for my questions: I know i need to inform our C.O that we have married
1: Wll this affect our application ?
2. Will the subclass of our visa change?
3. Will this slow down the process?
4. Does Australia recognise a marriage in another country specifically Taiwan

If anyone has any other information it would be greatly appreciated

Thank you

Taiwangirl


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Old 03-18-2014, 01:10 AM
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Hi Everyone

My story

I am from Taiwan and my husband is from Australia, we applied for the offshore partner visa subclass 309 in person at the Hong Kong office 27/08/2013, we have been together since September 2010 and met in Australia when I was on working holiday. My husband moved to Taiwan at the start of 2013 so we could be together while we piece together our application and wait for the outcome. In October 2013 he proposed to me in Korea when we were on a short holiday and visa run for him. We married last thursday
Now for my questions: I know i need to inform our C.O that we have married
1: Wll this affect our application ?
2. Will the subclass of our visa change?
3. Will this slow down the process?
4. Does Australia recognise a marriage in another country specifically Taiwan

If anyone has any other information it would be greatly appreciated

Thank you

Taiwangirl
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