PRvisa175 + de facto

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PRvisa175 + de facto


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Old 03-20-2012, 11:04 AM
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PRvisa175 + de facto

Can someone shed some light?
I'm planning to apply for visa 175 very soon.
I'm quite confused whether to include my de facto partner in the application.
What if our documents are not sufficient enough to prove it and will be refused will they still consider my visa175 application. Will it affect my PR application even if I pass the points? Does anyone have an experience that the main applicant got the visa grant but the partner didn't due to insufficient documents? I'm quite worried because Me and my partner are currently residing here in Dubai where cohabitation of unmarried couples are unlawful.
Or is it a better idea to wait for me to get a PR visa then I'll apply for her visa seperately?


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