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Old 09-04-2013, 01:39 AM
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Thank you LouiseB. It has been hard here with being able to get media coverage for Tony's case and having such negative feedback from people. My husband got in trouble a long time ago and successfully rehabilitated himself and to hear some of the things I have heard has been very hard.

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Thank you LouiseB. It has been hard here with being able to get media coverage for Tony's case and having such negative feedback from people. My husband got in trouble a long time ago and successfully rehabilitated himself and to hear some of the things I have heard has been very hard.
If his case or cases was before 1996 he had a chance of staying, I was in imigration for 7 months, it is the worce place to be I was very fortunate to get out.


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No, rodney23, unfortunately his case was from 2004, so he falls under the new law. The horrible part is seeing people free who continue to break laws and Tony did everything to help himself and his family and it doesn't matter

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No, rodney23, unfortunately his case was from 2004, so he falls under the new law. The horrible part is seeing people free who continue to break laws and Tony did everything to help himself and his family and it doesn't matter
Aww sorry. But yes that's so true I undestand. Trust me ive saw ppl get deported for stupidity also.


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I might be a bit naive but i would suggest you be 100% honest when it comes to the immigration aspect into Australia. I am sure your past may cause some concern for you but put your mind at ease, if you can. Again, i am no expert, but i am sure you will be ok . You may have to jump through a few hoops but it will be worth it in the end. I respect your honesty and i wish you all the very best for a great outcome. Just keep thinking how sweet it will be when your daughter runs into the arms of her Dad.

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Kah86k - I think I responded to another thread of yours on the immigration forum? I'm going to move this thread there, too. I want to keep all your immigration-related questions in one place.

Please, please don't worry too much. No one will bash you here, and if they do, they'll hear about it from the moderators (like me). I am so sorry for all you're going through with your husband. I can't even imagine how much pain you guys are going through in having to uproot your lives like this.

You shouldn't have a terribly hard time with your application given all the evidence you must have after all this time. The worst part will probably be the application cost.

Feel free to ask any questions or just ask for support... we're all here for you!

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I might be a bit naive but i would suggest you be 100% honest when it comes to the immigration aspect into Australia. I am sure your past may cause some concern for you but put your mind at ease, if you can. Again, i am no expert, but i am sure you will be ok . You may have to jump through a few hoops but it will be worth it in the end. I respect your honesty and i wish you all the very best for a great outcome. Just keep thinking how sweet it will be when your daughter runs into the arms of her Dad.
I wouldn't think the US immigration problems would be much of an issue. The husband is the one with the immigration issues, and he is the one who is an Australian citizen. The wife is the one that will be immigrating to Australia, and she hasn't had immigration issues herself.

They're obviously a genuine couple with as many years as they've been together and their children, and they're applying for a permanent visa, not a temporary one that DIAC could potentially worry about an overstay with.

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Thanks no-so-old-new guy! I have no problem being totally upfront. My husband is there now, and my problems are relatively minor in comparison. I hope this all goes ok, it just seems so overwhelming. Thank you for your support!

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I'm from the US and I don't think the cost of living is higher. You just have to shop carefully and manage your power usage. It's going to cost alot to move yes, but sounds like he's already settled and your visa will come through quickly, the DIAC does not like to keep families apart where there are children involved. Good luck to you, please know this has happened to alot of people.

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Ok, first things first. Are both of your children also Tony's and will they be joining you in Australia? If so they can potentially apply for citizenship by descent. This will save you some money on your visa application fee I think. Find your local australian embassy and make contact with them about registering your children as australian citizens. I haven't done this before but hopefully someone who has will be along with some advice. While this process is taking place, start getting evidence together for your own visa application. You need to apply for the 309 / 100 visa, however if you can prove you have been in a relationship for more than about 3-4 years and have children, then you should be able to get permanent residency. There is a medical exam but they're generally looking for serious degenerative illnesses which will cost the Medicare system here lots of money. I would hazard a guess that hrt medication in itself wouldn't be a barrier. Feel free to ask us any questions, no-one will judge!


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