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Old 03-24-2016, 05:59 AM
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relationship breakdown with partner visa

Hi all,

Happy Easter.

I'm sure that this question has been answered before, however I will pose this question non the less.

I got married to my wife off shore and got the 309 visa.

We had some issues with our marriage and I was away from her for 6 weeks out of Australia during the 309 period as we had some issues (this happened about 15 months ago). I told her that I don't want to come to Australia as I couldn't find a job. However, she said that, we would need to split if I can't come to Australia. Hence, I decided to come to Australia and we resumed our relationship. It was a bit rocky the relationship and my wife had made several threats towards me.

I got the 100 visa about two and a half months ago. We had an argument and she said told me to get out of the house recently. She had said this to me before, however I was patient and didn't do anything about it. However, she again told me to get out of the house about a week ago. Hence, as of today, our relationship has broken down.

She is now claiming that I stayed with her for the PR and planned with her to break up this way so that I have the visa and don't have her.

My question is : If she is to tell this to DIAC, is there a reason for them to cancel my visa? I was with her during the application process and also the granting process as well. I have solid evidence of this (FB posts, wsts app chats, bank statements etc).

I'm really stressed with this situation and was wondering if there is any validity for this claim?

Thank you for your response in advance

Tim


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Old 03-24-2016, 07:12 AM
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Hi all,

Happy Easter.

I'm sure that this question has been answered before, however I will pose this question non the less.

I got married to my wife off shore and got the 309 visa.

We had some issues with our marriage and I was away from her for 6 weeks out of Australia during the 309 period as we had some issues (this happened about 15 months ago). I told her that I don't want to come to Australia as I couldn't find a job. However, she said that, we would need to split if I can't come to Australia. Hence, I decided to come to Australia and we resumed our relationship. It was a bit rocky the relationship and my wife had made several threats towards me.

I got the 100 visa about two and a half months ago. We had an argument and she said told me to get out of the house recently. She had said this to me before, however I was patient and didn't do anything about it. However, she again told me to get out of the house about a week ago. Hence, as of today, our relationship has broken down.

She is now claiming that I stayed with her for the PR and planned with her to break up this way so that I have the visa and don't have her.

My question is : If she is to tell this to DIAC, is there a reason for them to cancel my visa? I was with her during the application process and also the granting process as well. I have solid evidence of this (FB posts, wsts app chats, bank statements etc).

I'm really stressed with this situation and was wondering if there is any validity for this claim?

Thank you for your response in advance

Tim
They would check with you first, and if you can prove your side to their satisfaction, there would be no problem.

If you have refused to leave the home, even after getting the 100, effectively wanting to stay together, it negates her story a little.

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Old 03-24-2016, 10:15 AM
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Hi all,

Happy Easter.

I'm sure that this question has been answered before, however I will pose this question non the less.

I got married to my wife off shore and got the 309 visa.

We had some issues with our marriage and I was away from her for 6 weeks out of Australia during the 309 period as we had some issues (this happened about 15 months ago). I told her that I don't want to come to Australia as I couldn't find a job. However, she said that, we would need to split if I can't come to Australia. Hence, I decided to come to Australia and we resumed our relationship. It was a bit rocky the relationship and my wife had made several threats towards me.

I got the 100 visa about two and a half months ago. We had an argument and she said told me to get out of the house recently. She had said this to me before, however I was patient and didn't do anything about it. However, she again told me to get out of the house about a week ago. Hence, as of today, our relationship has broken down.

She is now claiming that I stayed with her for the PR and planned with her to break up this way so that I have the visa and don't have her.

My question is : If she is to tell this to DIAC, is there a reason for them to cancel my visa? I was with her during the application process and also the granting process as well. I have solid evidence of this (FB posts, wsts app chats, bank statements etc).

I'm really stressed with this situation and was wondering if there is any validity for this claim?

Thank you for your response in advance

Tim


Very likely, you are not going to face any problem if it was a genuine marriage.


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