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Interdependency visa confusion

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Old 09-24-2012, 09:54 AM
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Interdependency visa confusion

I got some problems when dealing with interdependency visa. my situation is as follows:
I am currently a uni student and got PR already. My boyfriend graduated this month, which means his student visa is gonna stop. He wants to stay in Australia. So in order to let him find a job quickly, we are considering to prepare interdependency visa for him and of course he is the applicant and I am the guarantor.
After searching all of the information about it, everything is fine except one: my parents who live in Australia don't agree us, they don't like my boyfriend. so there is no way to process interdependency visa under their permission. My boyfriend thinks it is better to do it in privacy, don't let my parents know. but I am very worried about this. because through searching online, sometimes it is necessary to get support certificate from guarantor's family and once my parents know this, I am gonna in big big trouble...
I already asked some immigration agency about this and they said if I don't leave my parents' contacts, government won't keep in touch with them.
I really don't know what to do!
Can anybody here tell me how to solve this question?
Thank you so so much!!!

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Old 09-26-2012, 05:22 AM
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You don't have to let your parents know or add their contact details anywhere...
Because you will be the sponsor and not your parents.

Hope this helps

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