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Old 06-09-2013, 07:12 PM
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and when he gets the police check...if its 'spent' ive read it will only come up as 'no live trace' does that make it look abit better (obviously we will still be telling them)


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the best policy is the honest policy...just be honest,genuine,and youllbe fine.

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I might be wrong but I think the no trace means it wont come up in an on the spot check - interested to know if this is correct?

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All of you with questions, I hope your problems are resolved. Please remember to come back and fill us in on how you fared with your visas so the information is available to the next person in this situation. We can only grow when people add their personal experiences to forum. Thanks!!

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I really don't want to post this as it sounds so much worse than it actually is, but so the next person can get a little insight so you're not stressing like I am right now lol
So FBI clearance,

2003-Aggravated robbery - Dismissed (So he would have only been a 20 year old, immature idiot in my opinion, but what happened was a girl he was F-buddies with got robbed at knife point, by his "friends" [quotes because I wouldn't call them friends but I'm more of a "please don't go 2 km over the speed limit" kind of person] Anyway, he was initially questioned about the incident, said he didn't know who the suspects were (he says he was scared of being hurt himself over it all if he turned them in) so he ended up being charged as an accessory a week later, he ended up telling the truth and it got dismissed. ---This is a huge deal to me, I'm pretty nervous about it, we've only just lodged his police checks so I'm going to call Monday morning and discuss with our CO if it's a problem and if there's anything more we can do to clarify the problem if there are any.

Then after that there's a few traffic things, driving on suspended, light law - all were dismissed.


He's been living here since 2010 with no fines or any record at all thankfully so hopefully given that anything questionable was a decade ago and he's been a tax-paying law abiding person for the last 3 years counts for something.

I hope this helps someone and don't judge me haha!
Will update after phone call with CO!

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No judgments, my English husband has over 20 convictions one for burgalry (he went back to a party he'd left earlier in the night to get his beer and fell asleep in their house. Turns out, it was the wrong house and and elderly devout christian couple found him in their spare room!!)

The fact your partner has been in Australia for 3 years speaks volumes. Im having trouble even getting a tourist visa for my hubby to come here for the birth of our daughter. PM me if you can and i'll outline our experience so far x

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So a quick update: I called my husband's CO this morning regarding the FBI check, she was just looking over it as I called and said there seemed to be no problem as there was no jail time and it's dismissed. Weight off shoulders!!

She told me we're looking at approval in July as they've already reached the quota for the financial year. Excited!!

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Hallelujah! That is the BEST news KMD!!!

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So a quick update: I called my husband's CO this morning regarding the FBI check, she was just looking over it as I called and said there seemed to be no problem as there was no jail time and it's dismissed. Weight off shoulders!!

She told me we're looking at approval in July as they've already reached the quota for the financial year. Excited!!
Fantastic news for you and your partner. Enjoy your new life

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Yay! Best o luck KMD!! July is so soon!!!!!!!

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