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Old 03-28-2016, 08:16 AM
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Partner visa schedule 3 criteria

Hi I'm currently holding a BVE because of cancellation my student visa in January 2015 after cancellation I appealed in MRT but again got refusal then I applied for judicial review and I'm also in relationship with Australian permanent resident from 8 month and I'm willing to apply for onshore partner visa after 6 months before my second hearing in federal court and I can't go back to india because our families are not happy with our relationship and marriage so I have no where to live in my country I just want to stay with my partner because we really need each other support in that situation. Is there any chances to get schedule 3 waiver
We also have other circumstances like she is suffering from mental stress because everything is messed up in our life.

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Old 03-28-2016, 08:26 AM
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I don't know alot about schedule 3 waivers but what I do know is that you need a registered migration agent to even have a chance.

You will also need rock solid evidence for your relationship as DIBP will see it that you are trying to find a way to stay in Australia.


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Old 03-28-2016, 10:01 AM
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I think immigration will see this as very suspicious and will likely refuse a partner visa even if u find a way to avoid schedule 3. Stress because of no visa doesn't even come remotely close to being a good reason.


Look at in their eyes. You've done everything possible to stay here and now as a last resort your suddenly in a relationship with an Aussie. Can't go back cause family won't accept it. Well you could have gone back 8 months ago but u didn't u trying everything u can to stay.


Doesn't look good does it? They are not stupid u know.

Go home. Put in an application for a pmv and try your chances but be prepared they will scrutinise your application very closely.

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