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Withdrawing onshore partner visa (820) and re-apply future date?


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Old 01-18-2015, 07:12 AM
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Withdrawing onshore partner visa (820) and re-apply future date?

Hi,

I have lodged a de facto partner visa app for my gf last month (onshore 820/801 visa). However, due to a change in her family arrangement, she needs to go back overseas to work and look after her mother (she just finished her degree on a student visa).

Thanks for the likes of CollegeGirl who has answered my previous queries. I have a few more Qs:

1. if i withdraw her app now before a decision is made - presumably it doesnt affect my quota but would it affect a future application (say in a year or so we lodge an offshore visa app or a prospective marriage app)? Would a withdrawal before a decision is made leave a black taint on our history?

2. Understand the usual processing time is 12-15months on the website, is it usual for people to be granted TR in less than 6 months time? the reason im asking is that i have to withdraw before a TR decision is made to keep my record clean.

3. if i withdraw before a decision is made, in my future applications when they ask me if i have "sponsored" anytime, do i write yes or no

Thanks for taking your time in reading my Qs

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Hi,

I have lodged a de facto partner visa app for my gf last month (onshore 820/801 visa). However, due to a change in her family arrangement, she needs to go back overseas to work and look after her mother (she just finished her degree on a student visa).

Thanks for the likes of CollegeGirl who has answered my previous queries. I have a few more Qs:

1. if i withdraw her app now before a decision is made - presumably it doesnt affect my quota but would it affect a future application (say in a year or so we lodge an offshore visa app or a prospective marriage app)? Would a withdrawal before a decision is made leave a black taint on our history?

2. Understand the usual processing time is 12-15months on the website, is it usual for people to be granted TR in less than 6 months time? the reason im asking is that i have to withdraw before a TR decision is made to keep my record clean.

3. if i withdraw before a decision is made, in my future applications when they ask me if i have "sponsored" anytime, do i write yes or no

Thanks for taking your time in reading my Qs

cheers
1. No.
2. Unlikely.
3. You should write "no" because your sponsorship have not been approved, so you have not had sponsored anyone.


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Old 01-18-2015, 10:45 AM
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Thanks GBP. So with 1, its ok even if I re-apply with the same person?

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Yes, it's fine.

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