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Old 01-16-2015, 01:36 PM
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Hi to everyone.. just have some questions about a friend's situation.. She came to Au under fiance visa(820), got married and her husband turned psycological abussived and extremely controlling, when the time to apply for her PR arrives he denied to give her the Declaration so she letf her and applied to a Domestic violent visa.. She never got a restriction order as he wasnt physically abussive, after she went to his house to pick up some stuff and met him twice after she left.. also he called her serveral times., he was trying to get her back wit her. do you think he can use this again her and get her visa denied? she has been waiting for her PR for 7 months..

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Old 01-16-2015, 01:50 PM
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I think he could. At least it will be sort of investigation lead by DIBP and if allegations are found untrue, I would expect her visa to be canceled.


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Old 01-19-2015, 01:00 AM
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All this things should be based on evidence. Sometimes people don't believe what others say here because they can't do that sort of things to others so they think no one can also do it. Tell your friend to get more evidence. Its all about evidence and if she is lucky she may get her pr


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Old 01-19-2015, 02:35 AM
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DIBP will take everything into consideration. The problem is that people are using domestic violence to get PR when it hasn't happened, which therefore means all cases need to be investigated thoroughly.

Your friend can always give them a call see what is happening and see if she needs to provide more evidence.


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