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Old 01-23-2016, 08:13 AM
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Correct! They can take the Nikkah and get it registered as a legal marriage in some countries but a Nikkah on its own is not legal.
Yes u r right, even in my mother country it Nikah itself is not acceptable but we need to register.


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Nope you are married so you can't apply for a PMV.

Ok , thanks. So that is out of question.


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I was going to say the same as Mish.... Nikkah alone is not recognised as a legal marriage in Australia. If applicants then register the marriage with the country government (I'm not sure what's involved in this), I believe you are issued a marriage certificate which is recognised by Australia as a legal marriage.

OP - as I said before, I'd suggest you arrange a consultation with a different migration agent (and make sure they are MARA-registered) to go through the refusal, your situation, etc and decide from there if an appeal is worth filing or whether you should start over with a new application.
I did send a message for consultation to a agent from this forum and he told me he will talk to me on Monday. Lets see how it goes. I will let every body know.


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Great I will love to know if your new agent recommends cost recovery from your last agent.


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Hello Dear
I need an expert advice, if some one can give me please. My partner visa 309 has been refused because of Rukhsati, that she did not spend enough time with me. We both are in stress, and do not know what to do next. We are planing to apply visitor visa, and we have two choices left either contact to Terbunal AAP or apply again . which is the best option. That she can come here as quick as possible. please guide us.
Hello Hamid,
I am in a very similar situation to you. Can I contact you for advice?


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