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Old 08-26-2011, 01:01 AM
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Need an Advice 4 a friend of mine..

Hi,

I have a friend who is on student visa which will expire at the end of this year 2011.. Well the fact that she has not attended her school has put her into a dilemma.. Yeah I know she has been v. Negligent n unresponsible.. Her partner has been here for more than 5 years but he as well is on a student visa..

Marriage could be an option for them.. All I want to know is there any visa she could apply before her visa expire??

Or she has to return back 2 her home country n apply a defacto or get married n applied 4 a spouse visa???

Thanks, any feedback would be much appreciated..

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Old 08-26-2011, 01:39 AM
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I'm surprised her school has not reported her to immigration. If and when they do that she will have 28 days to leave the country and it may seriously after her chances of getting another visa.

So her partner does not have permanent residency?? If not I'm not sure if he can sponsor her. I think it's best that she seeks advice from agent who is more aware of the consequences of not complying with student visa conditions.

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Old 08-26-2011, 02:19 AM
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Thx 4 the reply..

Yeah she was indeed lucky that she was not reported her school..

Euh No, her partner is not a Permanent Resident.. He intend 2 apply 4 his Pr after his studies..

So any visa she will apply, guess might be declined..??


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Old 08-26-2011, 03:24 AM
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Hi gurly,

When the partner of your friend apply for the PR, he can put her as 2nd applicant. In that case if his PR granted, so is she, but seemingly it only works once apply onshore. Or she can apply TRA if she's qualified.

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Old 08-26-2011, 03:56 AM
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If someone is on stud visa, he can't bring his partner with him?

Yeah guess in the meantime she will have to leave the country when her present visa will expire...

ThxxX gUyz.. ^^,)


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Old 08-26-2011, 04:29 AM
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hi gurly

your friend is not complying with her current visa conditions and if she's found out by Immigration it will have enormous consequences for any future visa application -- ie if her current visa is cancelled & she is asked to leave, she will have difficulty passing the character test. Even if her boyfriend includes her as a secondary applicant on his PR/student visa, your friend STILL needs to pass the character test herself.

She should probably seek professional advice as soon as possible. If she's serious about remaining in australia, it would better to fix the situation asap (even if thats leaving australia now then reapplynig offshore) then get in their bad books.



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If someone is on stud visa, he can't bring his partner with him?

Yeah guess in the meantime she will have to leave the country when her present visa will expire...

ThxxX gUyz.. ^^,)


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Old 08-26-2011, 05:13 AM
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If she is not found by immi, n return back 2 her home country, Will she be affected 4 any future visa application..?


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Old 08-26-2011, 07:28 AM
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If she leaves on her own decision i.e. without being kicked out by immigration, it might not affect any future visas too badly. But, she would still have to admit in any future visa application that she had violated her visa requirements. She'd better get her act together, respect Australia's laws and attend her classes. Otherwise, she should leave. Sorry, but it's people like your friend who give other hard-working foreign students a bad rep.

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Old 08-26-2011, 07:35 AM
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ThX aussiegurl... Yeah ur rite.. There so many fraudulent persons who make migrating law more tougher...

What can I say more, just hope everthing will be fine 4 all of us, those who have applied or will apply their visa...

Thx again

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Old 08-26-2011, 07:43 AM
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Another tiny question.. If school dont report immi, how can immi know whether someone has attended his classes or not?

Im unaware of these issues cause I used 2 be a good student who will never miss a class lol...


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