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Old 05-22-2015, 12:44 PM
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Hi All,
I had come with my husband in 2008.
Now we are on 489 visa state sponsership.and now want to divorce me.
If this divorce will happen,
Then what will happen to my visa as i am secondary applicant.
Am working full time in nt.
My questins are
A. Would i be able to apply 887?
B. Do i need to do ielts.(my english is not very good.)
C. Can i get marry to some one who later can be on my visa.

Please let me know asap.

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I suggest that you seek professional advice from a Registered Migration Agent as there are a number of issues to be considered.

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Old 05-23-2015, 07:40 AM
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Thank you Jeremy.
But will divorce affect my visa 489.


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The divorce will have no impact on your current visa as such, but you must continue to meet any conditions imposed on your current visa.

You may be able to apply for a sc. 887 on your own as a primary applicant, but as Jeremy pointed out, there are quite a few issues to deal with and you may be better off seeking professional guidance.

If you wanted to include someone in any future visa applications, they'd have to meet the secondary requirements of the relevant visa.

If you were granted permanent residency in the future, then you could sponsor someone for a partner visa.

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Thank u for your time Nick.
Yes,
I am fullfilling the conditions . I am living in nt and working full time.
Can i marry someoneafter the divorce and can he be on my visa.


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Thank u for your time Nick.
Yes,
I am fullfilling the conditions . I am living in nt and working full time.
Can i marry someoneafter the divorce and can he be on my visa.
No, the secondary applicant must be a member of the family unit of the primary applicant. You are not the primary applicant.

Note also that DIBP must be advised of any changes in circumstances.

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Thank you Nick.i appriciated .


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