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Old 11-21-2012, 06:08 AM
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partner onshore visa urgent

hi guys i need your help.
I have been sponsored by a religious institution under 857 visa and i am the sponsor of my boyfriends onshore visa application (same sex). But i dont want the DIAC to let my employer to know that i am the sponsor because for sure they will axe me from the job. Please can someone let me know if the DIAC calls the sponsor's employer to ask questions?? and if yes what short of questions they ussually ask?? i dont want the diac officer to let my employer know that i am in same sex relationship. Did someone had the same issue before please let me know i need your help guys....


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Old 12-08-2012, 12:45 AM
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Dear Kangaroo,

Are you a PR or citizen now?? because if not you can't sponsor your boyfriend...

IMHO DIAC will not contact your employer but if it is a concern then just write a cover letter and state that you do not want them to contact your employer for this reason...

hope this helps

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DIAC will not disclose your personal relations including sex /name of your partner to anyone. However for added security I would write a letter to CO specifically asking them not to call your employer in regard to this issue along with the reasons why.
If you have sufficient proof of your employment (tax records, payslips, contract etc), DIAC should be able to get all the needed answer from state departments.

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