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chances of spouse visa if deported from USA


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Old 10-18-2012, 06:45 AM
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Unhappy chances of spouse visa if deported from USA

Hai All,
I am planning to marry this november and apply for a spouse visa.My problem is that I have been deported from USA due to the college issue as it got shutdown and tried for reentry and went to mexico.Its a damn mistake I did.My fiance is in australia now and he is having TR.
So friends my question is whether there is a possibilty to get a spouse visa and he is in a dilemma to marry me or not.I am so depressed and do not know what to do.
Please friends give me your valuable suggestions.


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Old 10-18-2012, 12:19 PM
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In general as your fiancée guarantees you you could be granted a visa. This is very dependent on your circumstances and what the case officer sees as appropriate treatment.
I would prepare a detailed statement about the deportation, reasons it happen and all supporting documents I could get (college paperwork and such).
We all do stupid mistakes and DIAC understands this, the problem is to convince DIAC beyond reasonable doubt that you'll not do the same in Australia.
Australia has a tiny amount of overstayers if you compare it to other countries like US, UK and such. And DIAC prides itself on maintaining that.

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Old 10-18-2012, 12:50 PM
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Thank you Boboa for your reply.

I have all the documentation but I do not know how to prove them that I wont do anything wrong in Australia.Even the college got shutdown I went to Texas A&M and studied for 1 year,meanwhile my reinstatement got denied so I took a bad step to go to mexico because I cant go to my home country without my masters.
I just need to know if this take too much time to process and does this gets accepted for the first time or do I need to try many times.
My fiance is still thinking on this situation and I am worried about it.
Please help me with more replies.


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