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Old 01-27-2015, 11:12 AM
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Hi all. Well i thought I would let you know how my wife and I are going.
She is on BVE. We found a good agent.
Anyway this has been one of the hardest things I've ever had to go through. And this schedule three thing is such a pain.
All up its going to cost me 12000 dollars.
7000 to apply which I'm paying tomorrow. My agent is lodging within the next couple of days. Total agent fees 5000 I tried a previous agent before who I lost confidence in. I now have a great guy who knows his stuff. And actually cares. I think his fee for a partner visa is 4400.
So please wish us luck. Like you here we are just a genuine couple who wish to be together in Australia without the fear of our loved one being asked to leave.
She had a student visa cancelled.
Then went to MRT been such an ordeal.
Not sure how much she has spent on visa fees before we got together but like I said it's costing us 12000.
There are no guarantees in this so we're just praying for a good outcome.
If you would like to know the name of my agent my email is (edited for privacy - please use PM)
The thought of having my wife asked to leave the country is devastating. I would have to go with her becuase I'm not the long distance type of guy.
But how do I provide for my wife in another country? Anyway.
Thanks for reading. Please wish us luck.
Trying to look on the bright side guys if we were going through this in ten years time most of us probably wouldn't be able to afford it.
Loving the price rise after Jan 1

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Applied for partner visa Feb 11 2015
From BVE. Applied for work rights also.
Using an agent who is helping us build a case for schedule 3 waiver.
Gained Medicare and work rights April 2015
Visa application refused May 15 2015
Staying positive.

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