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MRT Case Remitted


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Old 03-23-2016, 03:04 AM
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My wife and i have been married for 6 years. we have a 4 year old and 12 month old daughter. i am a citizen of Australia and my wife got her spouse granted in 2012 in Fiji. we had lived under the same roof all this time as husband and wife. DIAC last year sent us documents, wanting us to prove that we were still in an on going relationship. I guess they call the the second stage processing for PR. anyway we got really stressed out with my health issues i was having and we did NOT reply to the DIAC before there cut off date, and what happens next? wife get a notice to have her visa cancelled and 28 days to leave the OZ or we could appeal matter to MRT. depression had kicked in for both of us and at that point my wife was very scared to go back without me to her country. Anyway we appealed, and right after we appealed 3 weeks later our youngest daughter was born, on the 16th of March 2016 was our hearing date.We all went as a family. My wife and Kids. we were so nervous waiting for our hearing to commence, especially my wife. the member (Like a Judge) enters the room where the case was to be dealt with. anyway the first thing they said to us "Are they your kids" ? we both replied yes. then the next thing he said this hearing will take approximately 2 hours. then he said, "if i was to remit this application, which i am going to do anyway" you will be refunded half the application Fees. then to our surprise he looked at me and my wife and said " Do you both promise to love each other forever and ever and ever"? we said yes! he paused and said im so sorry to waste your time he says, you guys must have better things to do than be here lol!!!! go and have a great day and i wish you both best of luck in the future.and the hearing was over in literally 9 mins !!!!!!!!! the public viewers starred at each other in shock and there was just sheer silence in the room. we had the best experience with the MRT. the case member (judge) was playing with our kids and pulling faces at our kids too. we had the best time ever. now we are just waiting to get our refund and get our lives on. not one piece of evidence was given at the hearing mind you. NOT ONE!!! this was like such a rare thing people were gossiping with each other. even my wifes translator was saying i cant believe what i saw today!! anyway this was our story. please feel free to comment or ask questions.


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