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Old 08-27-2016, 06:55 AM
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22 Jan 2016 applicant from Bangladesh also got visa on 23 aug 2016 .after 7 months waiting
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I saw in other forum. One srilankan who married australian girl and soon after PR granted left his wife and she informed to immigration. Do u think it will effect us?.

24th august 2 more Thailand applicant also got visa.

I am really worry about our
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I saw that as well. But the immigration/DIBP/migration agents have already informed her that it's a matter between them and she can't do anything after the PR is granted. Also they have been married for 3.5 years i think. She could have informed about the relationship status prior to the PR grant.

And no i do not think it will affect us because DIBP does not compare the actions of one Sri Lankan to another.

If that's the case when we compare the number of people went to Australia via boat then they should not issue any visa to Sri Lankans at all

Well i sure hope we all get a good news soon !!!

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I saw that as well. But the immigration/DIBP/migration agents have already informed her that it's a matter between them and she can't do anything after the PR is granted. Also they have been married for 3.5 years i think. She could have informed about the relationship status prior to the PR grant.

And no i do not think it will affect us because DIBP does not compare the actions of one Sri Lankan to another.

If that's the case when we compare the number of people went to Australia via boat then they should not issue any visa to Sri Lankans at all

Well i sure hope we all get a good news soon !!!
He left her 1 month after getting PR and she didn't even know anything was wrong.

Unfortunately DIBP do use actions of other people of the same nationalities, especially for PR. There are a couple of nationalities that are looked at harder when their time comes for PR - some their parents in their home country get a visit.

It is unfortunate that everyone gets put in the same box.


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He left her 1 month after getting PR and she didn't even know anything was wrong.

Unfortunately DIBP do use actions of other people of the same nationalities, especially for PR. There are a couple of nationalities that are looked at harder when their time comes for PR - some their parents in their home country get a visit.

It is unfortunate that everyone gets put in the same box.
Hi Mish

She had commented that her close relatives were causing trouble or something as i recall.

Also in her last message she mentioned she will not try to contact DIBP or immigration as it will affect her so she will be moving on.

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Hi Mish

She had commented that her close relatives were causing trouble or something as i recall.
She doesn't know why he left she was just assuming that it was because they lived next door to her relatives and he didn't like it but the main factor is that he left afterwarda and hid it well.


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Dear Mish

do you think its effect most of the male applicant from Srilanka.
Its really hard for us.waiting game is too hard for us.
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Alot of the people effected are at PR stage. Those countries that have more relationship breakdowns immediately after PR is granted is on their suspect list.


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Nothing to report...

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Nothing to report...

Still waiting
Apparently still there is a backlog and a staff issue (As per what i read in other threads)

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