Withdrawing support for fiance (prospective visa subclass 300)

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Withdrawing support for fiance (prospective visa subclass 300)

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Old 10-06-2012, 03:09 AM
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Withdrawing support for fiance (prospective visa subclass 300)

Does anyone know what obligations and responsibilities do I have as a sponsor, if I decide to withdraw my support to my fiance.
He's got partner visa subclass 300 and he is in Australia now.
I was made redundant just before he arrived and i can not financially support him anymore. Also, I dont want to marry him (for different reasons).
Would appreciate any help.
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Old 10-06-2012, 03:20 AM
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When you withdraw your sponsorship for your fiance, immigration will notify them and will most likely question you both further to why the relationship ended or sponsorship has been withdrawn. Some circumstances people may be valid for other visas independently..

I think it's best you seek advice from DIAC.. As they will need to know what's changed and why you are choosing to withdraw your sponsorship.

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You can withdraw your sponsorship as its your right and DIAC will not question that. However note that you have legal responsibility to notify DIAC upon relationship breakup. You are also responsible financially for the person you sponsored until you withdraw your sponsorship.

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Old 10-06-2012, 03:57 AM
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Old 10-31-2012, 10:00 AM
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I had sponsored my spouse (she has got temporary partner visa) now wishing to withdraw it as our relation have ended, I understand that i need to inform DIAC, but got few doubts can someone please forward me their valuable guidance & advice for: -
1.Do DIAC straight away consider my application for withdrawal or consider my
spouse statement as well.
2. What if my spouse refuses regarding relation breakdown because of her personal
interest to retain her visa, can it effect to my withdrawal?
3. Do I need to inform my spouse before informing DIAC about my withdrawal for
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