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Croatian Girlfriend Tourist Visa 12 months


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Old 02-14-2016, 01:14 PM
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Croatian Girlfriend Tourist Visa 12 months

Hi my girlfriend of 6 months lives In Croatia, she is 42 and I'm 43. I have been back and forth to Croatia many times in this period as work allows me to pretty much work anywhere where there is fast internet. I have 3 children that I co-parent 50% of the time in Australia. Things are becoming increasingly difficult for both of us being apart from each other and we'd like to change this. I am unable to make the move to Croatia due to my children and my partner accepts that it is her that will have to move here. I have been reading these forums and wondered if it was possible and to bring her over on a tourist visa (I have the financial means to support her whilst she cannot work. And for 12 months with trips to NZ ever 3 months live in Australia with myself and my children when they are with me for that period. Then after 11 months or 12 put an application in for partner - prospetive marriage etc. I'd be willing to sign stat decs etc. Has anyone done anything similar to this. The most important thing for us is to be together and at the same time not abandon my children who very much need me. Any guidance appreciated.


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Old 02-14-2016, 08:39 PM
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It may be better to lodge the prospective marriage visa now, and then apply for a tourist visa for her to spend much of the waiting period here.

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Old 02-16-2016, 11:38 AM
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Would my partner be able to jump over to NZ for the weekend after each 3 month period or would she be required to go back to Croatia. Curious on the requirement of showing a return ticket each time. Thanks in advance.


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Old 02-16-2016, 08:34 PM
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She can go to NZ if she'd like, she simply needs to leave Australia.

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