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Old 09-27-2011, 01:04 AM
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After reading the booklet, the 5 year exclusion applies only to an Australian sponsor.

However, as already stated, you cannot apply for a Prospective Marriage Visa from inside Australia and regardless, in any new (offshore) application, you would have to convince the decision maker that your new relationship is genuine. With such a short relationship time frame, that is going to be difficult to do at this time.

You also have the matter that your original relationship broke down, but you did not inform Diac of this, so your credibility is now not 100% in theit eyes.

You are going to have to depart Aus unless you can show compelling circumstances why you should remain here.
I assume that you didnt have a child with your original sponsor?

That my friend is the whole truth of the mater, not what you wanted to hear I imagine.


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Hi manual.trip,

Sorry for misunderstanding, everyone is rite, you're visa applicant so not fall into 5 yrs ban. You can re-apply partner visa, but I think before moving to new application, you should settle down your current problem, notify the DIAC about relationship breakdown, then to see what DIAC decision is. Start collecting relationship evidences and you possibly have to apply offshore.

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Hi Manish! I think you're only looking for reassurance and not facing the facts! Just call Immigration for your peace of mind!
Hi Mdalv
Its not like that I am looking for reassurance , I was just trying to find the relevant facts. I even called today immigration and got to know that, I am elligible to file a prospective visa after I get a complete divorce, and there is no issue of 5 years waiting period for the applicant.

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Manish


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[QUOTE=dusty_springfield;42473]Hi manual.trip,

Sorry for misunderstanding, everyone is rite, you're visa applicant so not fall into 5 yrs ban. You can re-apply partner visa, but I think before moving to new application, you should settle down your current problem, notify the DIAC about relationship breakdown, then to see what DIAC decision is. Start collecting relationship evidences and you possibly have to apply offshore.

Good luck[/QUO

Dear Dusty Field,

Thanks a lot for your valuable advice. Even I had chat with immigration department today and they told me that I am elligible to file prospective visa once my divorced is finalized.
The restriction is only for the sponsor and not for the applicant.

Thanks & Regards
Manish


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Old 09-27-2011, 03:45 AM
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Thanks a lot for your advice. I think you have provided me the correct information. even i confirmed it from DIAC about this matter.
I have informed DIAC about my separation so that not a issue.
And I have no children at the moment.

Thanks & Regards
Manish


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Hi manal.trip,

Your most welcome and good luck with your future application.
Cheers


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hey

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Thanks a lot for your advice. I think you have provided me the correct information. even i confirmed it from DIAC about this matter.
I have informed DIAC about my separation so that not a issue.
And I have no children at the moment.

Thanks & Regards
Manish
hey manal , i was just wondering if u can help me out. I m in same situation as u were. I just wanted to know what visa were u on when u got seperated, what i think if u were on 309 visa and ur relation ends with ur partner u have to leave australia

cheers


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