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Student de facto


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Old 07-27-2012, 06:57 AM
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Student de facto

Hi,

My bf is applying for australian student visa. (573-2) masters in IT. and I'm coming as dependent (de facto) the officer told us that our evidences are not convincing enough that we've been together here in singapore for more tha couple of years. The thing is.. the officer is asking an letters from government that proves that we have the same address. but unfortunately we don't have any.

Is it possible to apply again, and still apply as an de facto but we will schedule for our wedding day then show the receipt or form that proves that we are getting married soon. coz we still need to wait 3 weeks before getting married. the time is very limited since his date of commencement is on october 2012.


Can please please please somebody help us!!!!!! are we doing the right step?


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