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Old 05-15-2015, 03:59 PM
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Hello i am hoping someone can advise me on what I can do..I am in Australia 8 years I have two children we were all defacto on my ex husbands 457 visa he has now cancel our visa i need help to know how i xan get PR.. i have avo out on him but its now expiresd..

Does anyone know migration offic r r in sydney who knows about these situations?

I dont have much time to work on it my kids lifes have been here for the last 8 years the have started school here and are now 10 and 8 i really need help please


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Hello i am hoping someone can advise me on what I can do..I am in Australia 8 years I have two children we were all defacto on my ex husbands 457 visa he has now cancel our visa i need help to know how i xan get PR.. i have avo out on him but its now expiresd..

Does anyone know migration offic r r in sydney who knows about these situations?

I dont have much time to work on it my kids lifes have been here for the last 8 years the have started school here and are now 10 and 8 i really need help please
Hi
Considering your position you need to urgently speak with a reputable registered migration agent.
I have used Mark Northam and could thoroughly recommend him.
Here is his information.
http://www.australiaforum.com/members/marknortham.html.

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As far as I know, you'd need to look at what PR visa you may be eligible for (e.g. a skilled migrant visa). There's no entitlement to PR based on the breakdown of a relationship for a 457 visa holder. However if you have children of the relationship (it's not clear from your post if your ex-husband is the father of your children) they would retain their 457 visas with their father, it's possible you have some options to prevent you being separated from your children.

I'd suggest you speak with a good migration agent to understand what your options are.

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