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Old 04-03-2013, 10:53 AM
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Withdrawal sponsorship

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Im PR, 2 years ago I have applied for Prospective marriage for my Partner and after argument I have made a decision to withdraw my sponsorship. I was so mad at him that time. That was a mistake. Recently we have contacted each others and we are still in love, and now we decided to be together and get married.

Would be possible to re apply of withdrawal sponsorship? Or what the best way to do?

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Old 04-03-2013, 11:23 AM
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Hi Fena -

How far did the prospective marriage visa application go before you withdrew sponsorship - was the visa granted? Did the person enter Australia on the visa? Need to know this in order to determine what you can do re: sponsorship.

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No, visa was not granted. All went well, we supposed to get visa in 3 months, but I withdrew my sponsorship. He never entered Australia.


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Hi -

If no visa was granted, then the 5 year waiting period re: re-sponsorship does not apply, plus it's the same person as before.

Given the amount of time, it's likely you would need to lodge a fresh subclass 300 prospective marriage visa application. In that application, I would recommend including a written submission describing the circumstances under which the previous PMV was withdrawn, and address the reasons why you are now sponsoring the applicant again. You will need to convince the case officer that the relationship is now genuine and ongoing, and that you genuinely intend to marry if the applicant is granted a visa.

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No, visa was not granted. All went well, we supposed to get visa in 3 months, but I withdrew my sponsorship. He never entered Australia.

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Thanks for your reply.
Id like to apply for partner visa now & in July ll marry him officially in his country & submit marriage certuficate to my application. Can I apply here in Australia?


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Hi Fena -

If you want to apply onshore, you'll need to marry him prior to applying for the visa. For offshore applications (applicant is outside Australia at time of grant), you have the ability to apply for the partner visa shortly before you marry him. Note that you'll only get a bridging visa for the applicant if you apply onshore.

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Thanks for your reply.
Id like to apply for partner visa now & in July ll marry him officially in his country & submit marriage certuficate to my application. Can I apply here in Australia?

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Whats the bridging visa?
Im planning apply offshore in May, lodge application in May and in July fly over to his country and get married and send certificate of marriage.
what ll be fastest way to get visa based on practice apply off shore or on shore?
Thank you!


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Hi Fena -

If you lodge onshore, the applicant is given a bridging visa which activates when his/her current visa expires (visitor visa, etc) and allows the applicant to remain onshore with the partner until the partner visa is decided.

For offshore lodgements, a bridging visa is not available, so the applicant, unless they have another way to enter Australia (visitor visa, etc) would not be able to come to Australia until the partner decision.

RE: processing time, it's really hard to say. Some Australia onshore applications are being decided in only a matter of weeks or a few months; others are taking upwards of a year. Offshore applications we're generally seeing processed in 9-12 months.

Hope this helps - please advise if I can assist further -

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Whats the bridging visa?
Im planning apply offshore in May, lodge application in May and in July fly over to his country and get married and send certificate of marriage.
what ll be fastest way to get visa based on practice apply off shore or on shore?
Thank you!

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Old 04-11-2013, 09:50 AM
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Hi
Is meaning that my partner needs to be in Australia to apply onshore?
Prospective marriage is applicable in my case? I thought I must be in relationship 12 months before applying prospective marriage?


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Old 04-11-2013, 01:10 PM
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Please update your flag here .

Prospective visa is for applicants who are engaged to be married to their eligible sponsors and they intend to marry within 9 months after the visa is granted (offshore)

Defacto Visa as a de facto spouse, you and your partner generally must have been in a de facto relationship for the entire 12 months immediately prior to lodging your Australia Visa application. A de facto relationship is one where you and your partner are in a spouse-like relationship and you have a mutual commitment to a shared life together to the exclusion of all others.


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