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It is a sticky up the top.

I hope your husband gets the tourist visa. My gutt is telling me 8 months is too long but you never know.


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Hey thanks Mish


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I have looked and looked and I don't really understand what a sticky is our how to find it or use it. I'm using a small phone for all this too which makes it difficult as I can only see a tiny section of the page at any time and a lot of it doesn't work. Thanks anyway!


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Here is the sticky for you: http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...-ask-mark.html


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Yes you do. And I guess technically I do as I'm still paying my car registration, house insurance and rates, getting welfare etc but I'm staying in Africa with my husband as we want to be together. Do you think this precludes the visitor visa?
It shouldn't do.

We got a 12 month Visitor Visa for my fiance, and I had been out of Australia for almost 2 years. I was living overseas to be with my partner. I didn't even have a house or car in Aus, just a bank account (And a daughter over 18)

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Oh thanks! Sorry, I'm not very Au fait with forum stuff


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Thanks J and E I think in our case it will be harder as partner is from a high risk country but here's hoping! I'm glad you were able to do that. It's just horrible being apart and so far apart too. I've had more bad news - medicals have been sent somewhere obscure and tracking does not tell you where, only the city, which is London and it should be Pretoria so no idea how to get them back. That's what your $400 to see the doctor gets you. And being here means there is no accountability and they probably won't help me track it down, but I'm going to try of course.
I will ask mark about my concerns if I can work out how. Thanks for the support, it's just fantastic!


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Thanks J and E I think in our case it will be harder as partner is from a high risk country but here's hoping! !
There may be different levels of high risk countries, but ours is high risk too.

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It shouldn't do.

We got a 12 month Visitor Visa for my fiance, and I had been out of Australia for almost 2 years. I was living overseas to be with my partner. I didn't even have a house or car in Aus, just a bank account (And a daughter over 18)
But yours was not sponsored they may have different requirements for a sponsored visa. Especially if a bond is payable.


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What part of Africa? Places like Kenya and Ghana is very high risk but places like South Africa are pretty easy to get a tourist visa.


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