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arman 07-11-2013 04:05 PM

Big Problem Regarding PMV 300 process
Dear mates

i have a big problem here
me and my fiance applied for PMV sub class 300
i am a father of 3 children but i had no relation with my X wife
at the time of Application me and my fiance decide no to put children info as i dont want them to be part of my Process.
note (i m from Afghanistan and my fiance is from Australia)

now i have few Question

1. i have not mentioned children info will they found out about my children ?
2. in case if they found out what will be the effect on my Application ?
3. how they will contact if the case officer found about my children ?
4. what should i do in case if they found about my children ?

please help me out and if there is any suggestions or solution

pmwoodward 07-11-2013 04:58 PM

Does the application ask if you have children?

CollegeGirl 07-11-2013 06:15 PM

Yes, the application does ask for your children's information and whether or not they are migrating with you. Your children's information should have been listed and they will need to have their medicals done when you do yours. Very extensive background checks are done on all applicants for security purposes. I would not be surprised if the fact that you have three children was turned up in that process.

You do indeed have a big problem. Lying to DIAC or intentionally omitting relevant information is against the law. I would suggest right away that you fill out this form (notification of incorrect answers)

On the form, where they ask why the incorrect information was provided you can say that you believed as your children were not migrating with you they did not need to be listed on the application, but have since found out otherwise (if that is true).

Then e-mail your CO, if you know who they are, and very humbly say you have realized this is a big error and you fully apologize for inconveniencing them. Explain your error, and that you've attached the form you believe they need. Ask them to let you know if they need any further information or clarification. Make sure they have all your current contact information. If you don't know who your CO is, send the same e-mail to the general e-mail address for your embassy (which should have been provided on your acknowledgment). Hope that helps.

arman 07-12-2013 02:29 AM

Thank you Mod for the reply.
Well yet nothing from them but I think they might find it out.
Should I wait for them To find out or I do it now without waiting them to know.
Please advise What is the best way ?
I have filled all the forms they have asked and have not provide any info about children.

CollegeGirl 07-12-2013 02:35 AM

You can consult a migration agent if you want a definitive answer (I'm not an agent) but my opinion is that you need to provide it right away. Like I said, omitting information to DIAC is a big deal. You risk having your visa rejected, or if they find out later, revoked once you're in Australia and already settled in to your new life. Don't risk it.

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