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Old 01-08-2015, 08:32 PM
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If you can prove that the separation was temporary and that you remained in constant contact during that time you should have no issues getting the visa granted
I can show close contact and sharing of finances during this time and we were separated for few weeks before I lodge the application as I had to be offshore to lodge my visa and preparing etc.

In other hand, I can show close contact , him supporting me from australia during this period but what else to show seperation was temporary?


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Then you have nothing to worry about as the separation was temporary and you supported each other during that time.

Just explain why you were separated, the evidence to show you kept in contact and proof of supporting each other financially

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Then you have nothing to worry about as the separation was temporary and you supported each other during that time.

Just explain why you were separated, the evidence to show you kept in contact and proof of supporting each other financially
Thank you, Engaus for your answers.I hope my case officer thinks in the same way as you do

And sorry @Lonsyd for writing about my situation under your thread.Good luck to you , if you can register your relationship I think you have nothing to worry about


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They will, Ernest. They care that you have been de facto for 12 months. They won't really count your relationship as "de facto" in most cases until you've begun living together. After that, any periods of separation that are temporary/unavoidable in nature are fine as long as you're providing evidence of continued contact, financial support, etc. during that time, which you are. You've got nothing to worry about.

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