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Old 02-23-2015, 04:28 AM
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Hi Everyone,
just trying the Google for my situation and come across this site
My Case,
I Came from India in 2010 on student visa and have extended my visas so successfully far. I last extended my visa on the course 'Diploma in Front line Management' and my visa expires in Dec 2015 .i live in Sydney,NSW.
I have been in relationship with an Aussie born Girl for last two years. she doesn't work as she has the Chronic fatigue syndrome and Also gets Anxiety attacks.she is also suffering from the thyroid and is advised to have the tablets for the rest of her life.She lives in Regional area SA. Because of her problems she is advised to stay home and she is on the center link disability pension.
we know each other for more than two years but we have been in the official relationship (known and accepted by both pf our families) and we got engaged this feb and i am planning to get married next month.
i have already filled the notice Intention to marriage form and submitted to SA registered Marriage Celebrant.
we have not been together anytime as she is home sick and cant stay away from her family and i couldnt find any college there but we were talking to each other and have all the receipts of gifts and financial helps i did her also the travel tickets etc with us to prove the on going relationship
i just want to know what visas should i apply to stay in australia?
also one more thing that my father had a stroke last year which made him paralyzed and my family had to spend a whole lot of money for the treatment and meanwhile i had to go back to india and support my family which stopped me from my work and also put me in deep financial trouble also my coe was cancelled at that time but i manage to get another one in the required time limit but now again i had some financial hardship as of my father's on going heath problem which made me default for paying my fees and my college has reported me on the basis of non payment of fees to the immigration.
pls tell me what are my options and what should i do now


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Old 02-23-2015, 07:29 AM
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Get married and apply for an onshore partner visa. With all of the issues faced by your partner I suggest you provide lots of evidence regarding the genuineness of your relationship.

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When did you college last reported you didn't pay the fees? Have you fixed this since; as this might cause your current visa to be cancelled?

Also be aware that the visa application will cost you around $7000 for visa fee; medicals; police checks; translations; which might be a lot in your situation. And given your situation where you have very little proof of relationship I would really recommend asking a migration agent to review your application..

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Your case is complicated my friend especially with the condition of your partner . Immigration might question if the relationship is genuine . Beside you guys are in Australia but not living together that can raise a funny bell , I suggest you consult a migration agent before submitting your application . What you see from the inside is the same way people will see it from the outside

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