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G'day -I need urgent advice regarding my situation. -I was granted partner permanent Visa in early 2014. -My partner ( she sponsor me for my visa ) broke up with me after 6 months of visa granted. - at the moment I am Australian citizen - I am in A new relationship with another girl who is not an Australian citizen and my attention is to sponsor her for 801/820 visa, can I do that ? - do I have any conditions on me? Weather I can sponsor or I cannot sponsor her, Or I cannot sponsor for certain period of time? Please advice Appreciate that


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Since you were sponsored yourself on a partner visa, you will be subject to the 5 year sponsorship limitation. The 5 years will be counted from the date your sc. 820 visa was lodged until the date the next partner visa will be decided.

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My 820 was submitted in late 2011 and permanent visa was granted jan 2014. Does it mean I cannot sponsor my new relationship until 2016 ( five years)?

Is there any way to wave that condition? Like if my partner is pregnant ?


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Has anyone gone through this kinda process ?


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My 820 was submitted in late 2011 and permanent visa was granted jan 2014. Does it mean I cannot sponsor my new relationship until 2016 ( five years)?

Is there any way to wave that condition? Like if my partner is pregnant ?
That's correct, you'd be barred until late 2016. Waivers are considered on a case by case basis. While long term relationships, especially with children might do the trick, I doubt that pregnancy will be considered compelling enough.

Problem with waivers is that you have to lodge the application at the same time as requesting a waiver. If the waiver is refused, you've done your dough !

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Since you were sponsored yourself on a partner visa, you will be subject to the 5 year sponsorship limitation. The 5 years will be counted from the date your sc. 820 visa was lodged until the date the next partner visa will be decided.
I think immigration needs to increase the time limit for sponsorship in these cases to 10 years!:roll eyes: Some of these cases seem like an abuse of the system.

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I think immigration needs to increase the time limit for sponsorship in these cases to 10 years!:roll eyes: Some of these cases seem like an abuse of the system.
Not a bad idea....

They could also follow America on a few things too in regards to citizenship.

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I think immigration needs to increase the time limit for sponsorship in these cases to 10 years!:roll eyes: Some of these cases seem like an abuse of the system.
Unless it is blatantly obvious, I leave it to the DIBP to judge if any particular case is an abuse of the system and therefore not genuine.

All I can do is advise people what the requirements are and how to meet them.

Apart from any scams, I suspect that the divorce/ relationship breakdown rate amongst partner visa applicants may be higher than the already high rate amongst the general population for a variety of reasons.

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In many cases I can see a forced long waiting apart and high cost of visa - a very good start of relationship break downs.

There are good statistics that separation and finance issues greatly effect relationships. These are 2 things the Immigration have been working very hard on for a number of years now. (You wait much longer and spend much more)


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