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  1. Visas and immigration
    I had an 820 application denied due to ex withdrawing sponsorship. She made several false allegations of domestic violence despite me being the one with medical letters and proof stating i was assaulted and suffered depression and suffering the violence. I have a child with my ex and financially...
  2. Visas and immigration
    The Australian government has announced new measures that will enable more children to be released onto bridging visas from detention and save taxpayers more than $50 million. The government has finalised new bridging visa arrangements that it says will provide greater protection and support...
  3. Visas and immigration
    Everyone who enters Australia lawfully requires a visa. If your partner intends to enter Australia without a visa (unlawfully), for instance via boat, then YES, she will be put in detention.
  4. General chit-chat and news
    The government of Prime Minister Julia Gillard had recently announced a spate of changes on how to handle potential asylum seekers as they await a decision on their applications for immigration into Australia. The major changes include the establishment of new facilities and the expansion of...
  5. Visas and immigration
    Major policy changes are now being implemented by the Australian government. One part of the new changes includes the transfer of children and families from the immigration detention centers into community accommodations. New immigration detention centers would be established in Perth and...
  6. Visas and immigration
    With the lifting of the suspension on the processing of asylum seeker visas, the biggest beneficiaries are the individuals detained in the many centers throughout Australia. While many benefit, the over seven hundred children in detention can now hope to start a new life. Others though the...
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