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Old 09-10-2013, 11:08 AM
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Oh yeah I forgot to put you'll get medicare probably right away. And pay less for rx's than you do there. It'll all be good.


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Thank you all for your advice, I appreciate it. If I went over there on a tourist visa for 3 weeks, would that a bad thing? I have absolutely no intentions of overstaying, but we miss Tony and really want to see him.

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It's common for people to go over on a tourist visa after they've applied for their partner visa application. If you can, apply for your partner visa first. When a wife goes to visit her husband on a tourist visa, they do sometimes wonder about overstay issues and you want to avoid hassles at the border if you can.

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I know, it's just so expensive. In the 2 1/2 months before Christmas, I don't know that we will have the money to apply. We have decided to use some of the money to get our tickets for a visit because we spent spent time together in almost a year. It will be more than a year when we go


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I'm so sorry to hear what you're going through, it sounds absolutely awful. I hope you feel reassured by all the people here who support you.

My partner and I are having the same stress about the cost of the visa, but we are reassured by the fact that he will get access to Medicare, and eventually social security. Hopefully this is a bit of a relief, and over time it is worth it to be in Australia (both financially and emotionally!)

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