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Old 11-28-2012, 09:56 PM
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Intent to marry

So my main question is.....can we apply for an Intent To Marry whilst my partner and I are going through divorce proceedings?

Both my partner and I are currently going through separation. Both will be divorced by July 2013.

My partner is moving here from the UK and we are investigating visas.

We have known each other for 14 years, unfortunately married the wrong person first! We are wanting to be together ASAP, and for him to be able to work.

So the intent to marry is looking like the best option for us.

Does anyone have any suggestions or answers for me please?


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Old 11-28-2012, 11:32 PM
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So my main question is.....can we apply for an Intent To Marry whilst my partner and I are going through divorce proceedings?

Both my partner and I are currently going through separation. Both will be divorced by July 2013.

My partner is moving here from the UK and we are investigating visas.

We have known each other for 14 years, unfortunately married the wrong person first! We are wanting to be together ASAP, and for him to be able to work.

So the intent to marry is looking like the best option for us.

Does anyone have any suggestions or answers for me please?
Hi Becstar, when my fiance and I applied for a Notice of Intended Marriage (NOIM) at a Sydney courthouse in compliance with our prospective marriage visa application, we had to present proof that we were each free to marry. You will have to wait until your marriages are nullified (and have the corresponding documents to prove it) before you can apply for an NOIM. For your info, the NOIM is only one requirement in a checklist of requirements for a partner visa, of which there are several types and subclasses. Please read the Partner Migration Booklet of the Dept of Immigration & Citizenship which contains valuable information: http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/booklets/1127.pdf
Good luck!

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