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Old 08-26-2012, 11:13 AM
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Hello everyone, I'm finding our case officer is making things really difficult for us!! We sent a mountain of paperwork, photos, stat decs fiancee is in Argentina and I'm in Australia, I came back nearly 3 months ago (to Aust) because my airline ticket was going to expire and I also wanted to find work so we would have some sort of set up before he arrived in Australia. My fiancee had his telephone interview a few weeks ago, we are due to be married in Argentina on the 2nd of March 2013, and the person who interviewed him seemed to think it was odd that I came back in June to Australia since it was so close to the wedding date (I made sure I left everything ready for the wedding before I left!!).

I am hoping you can help me too! I'm from Argentina but an Australian citizen, my fiancee is Argentinean. When I went back last year to be with him we filled out all the application forms and I put down my residential address my address in Australia and he put down his address in Argentina at his parents place. We were renting an apartment (without a contract as before I arrived he thought he'd be moving here within a few months, so we didn't do any contract) and the receipts for the rent are only printed out in his name. The embassy now asks us for proof of us living together, all we were able to get is a ''cohabitation certificate'' from the police in Argentina, and it has our apartment address, not the address he put down as his residential address which is his parents place. Now we have to send proof of us living together, how do we explain the difference in the residential address he put on our application? In Argentina things are 1000 times more difficult to do than in Australia, even a change of address on our national ID cards can mean a whole morning spent at the office to change this and he was unable to get time off work for this. HELP PLEASE!!!!

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Old 08-27-2012, 03:06 AM
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Not sure argentianaussie, but how can the case officer consider 9 months a short time (june-march!!) before the wedding

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Old 08-27-2012, 03:42 AM
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Holly, thanks for the reply! Our case officer is in Brazil and the person who interviewed my fiancee was from Argentina, so I have no idea how that worked. I know 9 months is not a short time at all, plus I wasn't working in Argentina so had heaps of time to organise and leave a deposit on venue, church, wedding dress, decorations etc etc!!

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