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I'm hoping that I can get some advice (preferably from the RMA's that frequent this forum). I'm considering removing my 309 partner/family application for consideration because I'm not sure we have enough evidence for dependency on my adult son. We have had conflicting advice on this matter, so I need to know what my options might be if the 309 is left alone vs removed.

These are my questions:
(1) I have noticed that on other types of visa applications that sometimes people simply get a rejection through email with no warning. Is this typical for partner/family visas? Will they give me a chance to explain or add more evidence?

(2) If my 309 is rejected, will that prevent me from applying for a partner visa in the future or affect my odds of getting one approved in the future? Is there a time period you have to wait before applying again?

(3) The advice I have been given is that it's easier to appeal decisions if the family is already living legally on Australian soil. Would it be better to remove this application because of the risk of rejection and apply onshore instead?

At this point, my husband and I have lived apart as a married couple for 14 months and want to live together desperately. We are willing to take the risk of being rejected onshore just to buy us some time together. Family and job commitments are preventing him from moving to the US with me at the moment, but could be an option in the future.
 
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