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reasons your de facto relationship doesn’t meet year long requirement box


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Old 10-30-2016, 04:59 AM
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reasons your de facto relationship doesn’t meet year long requirement box

Hi All,

This question has been one of the main ones that I have avoided, particularly because it has a 2000 word limit. I am daunted by the prospect of writing out another essay on top of the previous ones (Nature of household etc).

We are 2 days off of the 1 year de facto requirement and have registered our relationship. Does anyone know what to write in this section? I know that you can disclose compassionate grounds.

shall I make reference to all compelling evidence?

Any help would be so well appreciated!!

Thank you,

Sophie


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I would right that you have registered the relationship and on what date it was registered.


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Thanks Mish, so just a brief paragraph outlining us registering our relationship and nothing else?

Thank you

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Old 10-30-2016, 06:52 AM
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The registering of the relationship waives the 12 months so I don't see any point in putting anything else but you check with a registered migration agent and see what they say.

They need a question that asks if the relationship is registered.


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I would put in a bit more about the topic and would clearly state that your defacto is 2 days short of 12 months, but the relationship was registered on what ever date. Please refer uploaded document.

I would answer it basically as if you had been together 12 months without registering it. Most our answers were 200-500 characters - we also had written statements.


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Thank you so much, I am much more relaxed about it.

Thank you,

Soph


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