Defacto break-down, how does Removal work after being here for 9 years?

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Defacto break-down, how does Removal work after being here for 9 years?


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Old 02-23-2016, 07:41 AM
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Defacto break-down, how does Removal work after being here for 9 years?

I have been in Australia already for 9 years since was studying and trying to find work, that's when I also met my partner and we had been together for 4 years but last month our relationship broke down and he's not open to continuing it.

I was already given the 820 sublcass visa, and this year was actually when I would have known if I got the 801 elligibility.

I can face up to the fact having to leave my job (working as a cashier at supabarn) and everything, but I have two cats and I'm not sure what to do since my ex doesn't want them anymore.

I'm looking everywhere and posted them on gumtree, but I'm not sure what will happen to them if I get removed. If they are taken to a shelter, can I still keep in contact with them to find out if they went to a good home?


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Old 02-23-2016, 08:10 AM
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You could try to find a no kill shelter in your area if you cannot find a good home most would be happy to update you on their new homes .. Good luck and sorry to hear about your relationship

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Old 02-23-2016, 10:22 AM
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thank you, it's very hard right now and hopefully everything can be settled...


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If you have some money saved you can transport them back home with you. It will probably be a few thousand dollars but the good thing is, laws about animals out of Australia are generally lenient as Australia is a rabies-free country. You might be able to avoid extensive costs, documents and quarantines. Jetpets is a well known pet travel company.


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Have you broken up with your partner or not? You have 2 posts this one saying you have broken up and another one asking about the 801 visa and interview for it.

Which is correct?

You are not eligible for the 801 visa if you have broken up unless you meet one of the exceptions.


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yes I know that, I definitely broke up with him, this was before. I've let the immigration know about it, haven't gotten a response yet.


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