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Old 01-21-2016, 10:52 AM
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Refusal of Partner visa 309

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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.


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It's probably best for you to speak to a registered migration agent who's qualified to look at this.

CCMS, Mark Northam and Jeremy Hooper are a few on this forum.


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Old 01-21-2016, 11:09 AM
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What country is the applicant from?

AAT is a long wait 12+ months where a fresh application could be shorter (depending where she is from). If you can't spend time together then you will most likely see the same fate again.

Is there any reason why the sponsor didn't go and spend some time with the applicant?


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How can i find them and How can I contact them. what is there consultation fee.


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Old 01-21-2016, 11:21 AM
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What country is the applicant from?

AAT is a long wait 12+ months where a fresh application could be shorter (depending where she is from). If you can't spend time together then you will most likely see the same fate again.

Is there any reason why the sponsor didn't go and spend some time with the applicant?
She is from Pakistan.
Actually, I have spent already spent all my annual leaves my on marriage, my job was new and no leave left behind, and what I had I just kept to spend with my partner when she will join me here. I am applying visit visa so she can come here and join me and then go back and wait for the visa 309.If I apply again.


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Ahhh high risk country. They expect more evidence from high risk country.

You may have to try for a family sponsored tourist visa as a standard may not be approved. Even then with a recent 309 rejection they may not approve the tourist visa. With tourist visa's from high risk country it is a 50/50 chance it will get approved/rejected.

Hypothetically, if she didn't get a tourist visa what would you do?


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Old 01-21-2016, 11:37 AM
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Ahhh high risk country. They expect more evidence from high risk country.

You may have to try for a family sponsored tourist visa as a standard may not be approved. Even then with a recent 309 rejection they may not approve the tourist visa. With tourist visa's from high risk country it is a 50/50 chance it will get approved/rejected.

Hypothetically, if she didn't get a tourist visa what would you do?
Hi Mish thanks taking interest in it, actually am asking to you expert people what should do I do now in this situation. I know what dose it mean high risk country, more evidences, I have all evidences but not enough for partner visa, but for family sponsored tourist visa I do have more than enough, but I submitted what they wanted to. If they request for pics and video , I can provide to them.


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The onus is on us as applicants and sponsors to provide enough evidence. DIBP are not required to ask for more evidence.

There was a case recently where they were rejected as 309 and AAT agrees with the rejection too. The reason was the same as you - not enough time together.

I suggest a consult with one of the migration agents on this forum they should be able to help you and suggest evidence thaf you are missing for the partner visa.

Unfortunately for tourist visa's it comes down if they will overstay or not. I have seen a husband and wife apply and only one was approved. There is one forum member where his wife had to leave one of her children behind as that was the only way they would grant the tourist visa.

There is alot more evidence for a partner visa than pictures there are 4 categories that need to be met.

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The onus is on us as applicants and sponsors to provide enough evidence. DIBP are not required to ask for more evidence.

There was a case recently where they were rejected as 309 and AAT agrees with the rejection too. The reason was the same as you - not enough time together.

I suggest a consult with one of the migration agents on this forum they should be able to help you and suggest evidence thaf you are missing for the partner visa.

Unfortunately for tourist visa's it comes down if they will overstay or not. I have seen a husband and wife apply and only one was approved. There is one forum member where his wife had to leave one of her children behind as that was the only way they would grant the tourist visa.

There is alot more evidence for a partner visa than pictures there are 4 categories that need to be met.
Thanks Mish, In my case most of the evidences my immigration agent did not forward to DIBP, they just hold with him and wait for the DIBP to ask him to provide other documents. I was really very angry on my immigration agent. he did not provide my financial support to my wife documents, my house documents, my video move as well. So I have bad experience with immigration agents, I do not know on this forum what kind of Immigration agents are. I visited 8 countries and applied 5 visa while I was in Australia, none was rejected. But this I applied via immigration agent and it has been rejected. So I have less faith on immigration agent.


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. So I have less faith on immigration agent.
Use a MARA registered agent only. The ones on this site are registered.

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