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Old 02-25-2016, 07:09 AM
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If it is a 189 visa she got she did not sponsor him he is an additional applicant.
I did not know there was a difference on the sponsor and additional applicant part? How does this work?

I believe he is a sponsor but not quite sure.


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I did not know there was a difference on the sponsor and additional applicant part? How does this work?

I believe he is a sponsor but not quite sure.
A 189 visa does not have a sponsor.


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A 189 visa does not have a sponsor.
OK thanks for the information.

So does that make him the applicant?


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Old 02-25-2016, 07:24 AM
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OK thanks for the information.

So does that make him the applicant?
An additional applicant - your friend was the primary applicant.


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An additional applicant - your friend was the primary applicant.
Thanks for clearing it up! I learned so much today.


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She said, "double check your he's and she's" I.E. Your mixing them up and it is confusing


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I'd suggest your friend look into this herself instead of having you do it, since it's not entirely clear on what they've done.

If her friend included him as her de facto partner in her 189 visa application, then he was also granted a 189 visa. If she believes he used her only to get a PR visa, then she could report this to DIBP and it would be up to them to investigate.

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