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Old 05-19-2016, 06:07 PM
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Second visa refused
They didn't give a shit about our partner visa application, they didn't even mention it. They got our international travel history incorrect and my husband's age wrong. Everything seemed out of place as though they didn't even look at it properly. Spent and hour on the phone to DIBP crying because my grandparents are extremely sick and dying and all they want is to see me and meet my husband.
Just about ready to give up. We have no money left, and we are exhausted for nothing. We are expecting a partner visa refusal because my husband can't even meet my friends and family back home and prove that he has close contact with them
No idea what to do anymore.


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Second visa refused
They didn't give a shit about our partner visa application, they didn't even mention it. They got our international travel history incorrect and my husband's age wrong. Everything seemed out of place as though they didn't even look at it properly. Spent and hour on the phone to DIBP crying because my grandparents are extremely sick and dying and all they want is to see me and meet my husband.
Just about ready to give up. We have no money left, and we are exhausted for nothing. We are expecting a partner visa refusal because my husband can't even meet my friends and family back home and prove that he has close contact with them
No idea what to do anymore.
Hey Kahliimah, sorry to hear about your refusal.

What was the reason they gave? Was it no incentive to return? Did you mention anything about your grandparents in your application? Don't give up hope yet, you can always try again for a tourist visa. And since your relationship is genuine you shouldn't have anything to fear with the spouse visa, just keep collecting and submitting evidence.

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Old 05-19-2016, 09:45 PM
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Hey Kahliimah, sorry to hear about your refusal.

What was the reason they gave? Was it no incentive to return? Did you mention anything about your grandparents in your application? Don't give up hope yet, you can always try again for a tourist visa. And since your relationship is genuine you shouldn't have anything to fear with the spouse visa, just keep collecting and submitting evidence.

Feel free to PM me if you like.
His employment wasn't good enough according to them, not something worth returning to. His education enrolment was also not good enough as he can possibly defer (which doesn't make sense because deferring and recommencing means leaving the country, plus if she read the enrolment she would have seen it say no deferring allowed)
Or attend an australian institution which makes less sense bc you need a valid proper visa for that.
International travel history wasn't good enough because there were no members of family or incentives to stay in those countries like there is in Australia.
I mentioned my grandparents in my application but nothing about them in the decision record.
We aren't planning on reapplying any time soon, it just isn't worth it and we don't have much money left.
I've learnt not to expect anything positive from DIBP. We might know our relationship is genuine but we lack evidence in official finance areas, and we have no friends here. All friends statements and official financing evidence was going to come from the visit to Australia.


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Where was the visa processed, NSW or QLD? I was advised in previous threads that for the sponsored family visitor visa that they aren't assessing the applicant but are instead assessing the sponsor. The reason why you have this visa stream is for cases where the client can't prove a good enough incentive to return. So it seems strange that they focussed on him and didn't even considering asking you for a bond.

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Old 05-20-2016, 10:31 AM
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Hi Kahliimah, Yerevanits & All

Just throwing my 5 cents in to say we now know there is a Case Officer Assigned to our PMV but from what date we don't exactly know..we're assuming it was back early February 2016, not heard anything since lodged in March 2015 until a week ago when my fiance' received an email direct to her inbox (not via our agent).."invitation for interview" in her country (Kyrgyzstan)..we're excited that finally we see progress & now this Friday 20th May is the big day for her in a local hotel (kyrgyzstan), here's hoping its not long after the interview that they will grant her visa & we can start our life together in Australia,...we have so much evidence i don't think the embassy would want to view the amount, for example: our Skype history which created from the database an Excel file...our agent (Accidently) started printing it & wondered why from behind closed doors his printer was going for ages....when he looked & saw 50 or 60 pages on the floor & looked back at the printer to see there was queued up another 600 pages he pulled the plug on the printer as it would not stop, it jammed the printer.....funny, but not funny! Lol!
Anyways...good luck to all & if i do say so myself good luck to my fiance' this coming Friday, just like others we are truly in love & only want to be together permanently
Good like to your fiance for her interview today! Fingers crossed it all goes well. Let us know how it went!

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Yeah they completely focused on him and didn't even mention me as a sponsor. It was all the same as tourist stream... nothing proved incentive to return. It was processed in NSW


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Our Visa was Granted today! 11 months. We're so happy.

It's amazing to think how many hours we all spend on these applications. So many days preparing documents, evidence, statements... so many months checking the Immi website. I can assure you it's a very rewarding feeling once it's been granted.

I wish you all good luck and success !!!


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Our Visa was Granted today! 11 months. We're so happy.

It's amazing to think how many hours we all spend on these applications. So many days preparing documents, evidence, statements... so many months checking the Immi website. I can assure you it's a very rewarding feeling once it's been granted.

I wish you all good luck and success !!!

Great news!! Congratulations and good luck!

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For those who went through an interview what was it like? Did they interview both the sponsor and applicant together, separate or only one? Over the phone or in person? What kind of questions were asked (I know there's a general thread for this but trying to find out if Moscow embassy asks anything specific). Could you speak in either English or Russian or could it only be in Russian?
We haven't gotten a request or anything but we're trying to prepare.


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Old 05-26-2016, 03:49 PM
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Hi All

I received a call from our agent tonight....We received my fiance's Prospective Marriage Visa, my fiance' started tearing up when i called her in Kyrgyzstan..she asked if i was joking Lol!...Wow!, its a "FANTASTIC" feeling..it feels as if 100kg's have been lifted off my shoulder...i'm amazed...i'm lost for words!!

Embassy never called me at all, at 13 months & 3 weeks my fiance received a direct email to her inbox (not via the agent) saying they will be in her country to interview her in a designated hotel on 20th May 2016..the interview went well & she was able to answer all questions, there was many!...the best policy is to answer with 100% honesty as we've found out! as she did!, funny though in the email my fiance was asked if she needed an interpreter & what language, she replied to say she speak comfortably in English to me but for purposes of important interview a translator is best option...when the lady arrived she only spoke English so it seemed ironic to us that the Moscow embassy officer needed the Interpreter for herself to translate as she could only speak English & working in the Oz embassy Moscow

We are planning her entry into Australia as early as next week sometime..finally we can be together....its been a LONG hard wait to be together, if your still waiting we wish you well & hope you get your visa asap

I'll be back intouch shortly....gotta let alot of people know the good news!

Many thanks to the officer whom made the decision,they have the power to create what will be our beautiful future together

DOL 19th March 2015
Visa Grant 26th May 2016

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