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Old 07-13-2016, 03:26 AM
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Just a quick update. Yesterday was my hearing at the tribunal. Also refused. No reasons were found for me applying for a partnervisa without beeing a holder of a substansive visa. Compelling reasons were not found they say. I don't understand why they didn't advise me of that at the time. I know that they say now that I had 28 days to make an apllication, but I also have all my bridging visas since 25th february until 9thapril 2015. Everytime i was going to compliance center showing my evidences of getting together all the papers to my partner visa, they gave me bridging visas wich made me think at the time that everything was ok. If I had only 28days to apply, why they didn't tell me from the beginning and kept on giving me bridging visas?? I really don't know what to do anymore. 😑😑😑


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I think a new offshore application will be your only option unfortunately.

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I think a new offshore application will be your only option unfortunately.
I'm in the middle of an health treatment wich i can't stop now. I don't know if i can write a letter to the minister. It's so frustrating


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Old 07-13-2016, 07:51 AM
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I'm in the middle of an health treatment wich i can't stop now. I don't know if i can write a letter to the minister. It's so frustrating
The Minister cannot intervene when the application application for a Partner visa onshore, as prescribed under regulation 2.12(1) of the Regulations, has been refused and the person is now barred from applying for a Partner visa onshore (due to s.48).

You could possibly apply for a Medical Treatment visa or ask for an extension of your BVE to complete the treatment.

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Old 07-15-2016, 03:17 AM
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The Minister cannot intervene when the application application for a Partner visa onshore, as prescribed under regulation 2.12(1) of the Regulations, has been refused and the person is now barred from applying for a Partner visa onshore (due to s.48).

You could possibly apply for a Medical Treatment visa or ask for an extension of your BVE to complete the treatment.
Thanks for your help Nick. We decided to go to portugal and apply from there. I'm to scared to apply or even ask for any bridging visa at the moment. Can you tell me if in portugal after applying for the 309 can i apply for a e visitor? My husband doesn't want to stay so much time away from his son's, and I would like to come back with him. Thanks again


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Old 07-15-2016, 06:05 AM
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The problem would be public interest criteria 4011 (general risk factor) or 4014 (left Australia on a BVE within 3 years of the new application being lodged). There is no harm in trying, but you should include a well argued waiver request.

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