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Old 10-21-2011, 01:15 PM
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Partner visa / court case advice

Hi everyone,

I am currently in the middle of compiling my husband's partner visa application from outside of Australia. My husband has had an ongoing court case for the past 4 years which has been continuously delayed. He was accused of hitting a parked car with no people inside, although he was not involved at all, the car was actually stolen.

On this visa application SP47 it asks, have you ever been charged of an offence which is currently awaiting legal action? I ticked Yes and explained the situation. Is this the correct thing to do? Also does anyone have any experience in these types of circumstances? Will it affect the decision of our application?

Thanks for any advice anyone can give.


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Yes, correct thing to do.
I cannot see it affecting the application.


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Old 10-22-2011, 02:24 AM
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The only crimes that would affect the outcome of the application are those that result in time spent in prison - this doesn't sound so serious so just be honest and when you know the outcome let DIAC know, it should be fine.


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My husband got his Spouse T.R with a court case pending. We applied offshore too.

Now that the case is complete and he has been charged, dunno what will happen with his Spouse P.R.

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