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Old 03-31-2013, 03:44 PM
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Hi,

I just would like to ask anyone who could help me here. Recently i lodge my partner visa application. I have been in Australia as a visitor twice already and last Feb 2013 i got married while i was in a tourist visa. Since i am only a tourist i came back to where i work in Dubai and applied my partner Visa in Dubai. I came to know that i am 5 weeks pregnant and i have informed my case officer regarding this matter but then, i lost my pregnancy when i came back to Dubai. My question is, will this be one proof that our relationship is genuine even if i lost my pregnancy? I am still in the middle of depression, shall i inform my CO regarding this matter?

2nd: I only met my husband online til we got married in Australia, and he is self employed and his financial capability is much lower compared to me. Will this affect my application?

3rd: Can i request my CO for a priority processing of my visa considering that i am in deep depression that i lost my baby as well as my husband and we need to be together to emotionally comfort?

Please advise.

Thank you so much

Marilou


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Old 03-31-2013, 09:55 PM
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First of all I am so sorry for your loss. Please take good care of yourself.

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I just would like to ask anyone who could help me here. Recently i lodge my partner visa application. I have been in Australia as a visitor twice already and last Feb 2013 i got married while i was in a tourist visa. Since i am only a tourist i came back to where i work in Dubai and applied my partner Visa in Dubai. I came to know that i am 5 weeks pregnant and i have informed my case officer regarding this matter but then, i lost my pregnancy when i came back to Dubai. My question is, will this be one proof that our relationship is genuine even if i lost my pregnancy? I am still in the middle of depression, shall i inform my CO regarding this matter?
If you have documented evidence from a medical specialist confirming you were pregnant, the pregnancy could still be considered evidence, although I do hope this was not something that your application relied on? What was the nature of other evidence you had? And definitely inform your CO if you can handle doing so - DIAC appreciates updates of serious nature such as this.

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2nd: I only met my husband online til we got married in Australia, and he is self employed and his financial capability is much lower compared to me. Will this affect my application?
There is no minimum income for Australians to sponsor their partner - my Australian partner is unemployed (whereas I am working). It should not affect your application at all if you can show you have a good chance of supporting yourself.

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3rd: Can i request my CO for a priority processing of my visa considering that i am in deep depression that i lost my baby as well as my husband and we need to be together to emotionally comfort?
Nobody can guarantee you that as it is decided on an individual basis of your case. There are no "minimal standards" to be able to apply or be granted priority processing, it just has to be a very good, solidly supported reason. You can't move up just by asking, you do have to prove that there is a serious case of urgency here. Although others might know if it would be possible for you to get a tourist visa - I am not sure. I am presuming since your partner is self-employed, he can't take time off to come and visit you instead?

Good luck with everything,

Nelly

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Old 04-01-2013, 02:11 AM
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Hi Nelly 87,any idea about Schedule 3 issue...Will DIAC inform at the time of application that an applicant has met waiver of Schedule 3 or after its is assessed that is 12-15 months? Any idea and comments advice .......?
Whats the current waiting time in Melbourne...
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Old 04-01-2013, 10:15 AM
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Hi Nelly

Thank you so much for your reply. I do really appreciate it.

Yes, i sent them my medical copies when i was pregnant.Since my pregnancy is no longer there, i should inform my CO right? Of course, its never my pregnancy i relied only as genuine. I am just asking if it is one proof of a genuine relationship that the immigration may consider. I have submitted the relevant details on how i met my husband like our marriage photos, chats, and phone calls, however it was only a quick span of time i knew him. It was in November 2012 then we met in January 15 personally til Feb 28,. 2013 and quickly got married when i was on a visit visa. My concern is that, our relationship is very short that we quickly got married. I hope its gonna be fine.. As well, my husband did not file an income tax return for 2 years however, he is self employed and the income is not that sufficient. Any idea what financial proof should i show? I have shown mine already but for him, i am quite hesitant to show cos it might affect specially that he did not file an income tax return and whenever he do not get a job in a month, centrelink provides

Please advise
Thank you!


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