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Old 07-23-2017, 10:34 PM
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Want to apply 300, but my bf on centrelink payment

Good morning, everyone. My case is very complicated, I got 3 year ban last year when I tried to re-entry Australia, customs caught me had working information in cell phone. I still feel ashame and sorry about what I did. And my bf intents to apply me 300 PMV visa back to Australia now. I asked some agents told me it's not a big problem apply a PMV visa, main problem is he is on Centrallink payment. He didn't work about two year as his mom is disable, so he needs to take care her. However, he has a house, so we don't need to worry about rent. And actually, I don't worry about I can't get a job as I had two year working and holiday in QLD. I read a post in here, but that post was in 2012. It's five year ago. Does anyone can tell me what can we do, and is it I probably got rejected of my application? I still feel sorry what I did and I hadn't think about this punishment would effects our relationship that bad
He is coming to HK visit me soon, we wanna know what's the opportunity visa would approved?


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At present the sponsor being on a Centrelink payment is not an obstacle to sponsorship. That may change next year when DIBP are hoping to really tighten up the obligations around partner sponsorship, but if you were to apply for the PMV now, the Centrelink payment thing won't be an issue in and of itself. The 3 year ban does not apply to partner visas either. You will just have to prove the relationship is genuine.

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At present the sponsor being on a Centrelink payment is not an obstacle to sponsorship. That may change next year when DIBP are hoping to really tighten up the obligations around partner sponsorship, but if you were to apply for the PMV now, the Centrelink payment thing won't be an issue in and of itself. The 3 year ban does not apply to partner visas either. You will just have to prove the relationship is genuine.
Thanks for your reply, good to hear this! Because of this problem, we nearly break up. So is it any information we need to provide? I asked agent say I probably get rejected last night as my bf seem don't wanna cancel centrelink. We nearly break up because of it. Thanks, tijanaoc


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Have a read at this Partner Migration PDF: https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&r...utoMSmbL86aPdg

It lists everything you need for a 300 application.

If you think you have nothing to add, make a list of things that you will do in the future. Like under the household section, there really isn't one for a 300 visa, but you write down what your plans are.

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Have a read at this Partner Migration PDF: https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&r...utoMSmbL86aPdg

It lists everything you need for a 300 application.

If you think you have nothing to add, make a list of things that you will do in the future. Like under the household section, there really isn't one for a 300 visa, but you write down what your plans are.
Dear dejainc, thx for ur helpful information! I tried to search it in Immgration website before but I couldn't find a detail u gave. I appreciate you guys advices. I think my bf and I will find an agent or lawyer to help when we apply. I don't worry about evidences about our relationship. Just need to prepare enough about we intend to get marry. I know my case is not easy, hopefully I can hear some good news. thanks a lot!


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Just keep in mind his Cenerlink payment will be effected when you come to Australia on the PMV as he will then only get the couples payment and only for him.

So it is a lesser amount he will get.


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Just keep in mind his Cenerlink payment will be effected when you come to Australia on the PMV as he will then only get the couples payment and only for him.

So it is a lesser amount he will get.
Thanks for advice. Would think about it one day.


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Dear all, my bf just got back from lawyer, he got a bad news. This lawyer said that PMV can't apply on my situation as three year ban only allow wave with partnership visa or marriage visa. As we just met few months and I got ban, we haven't enough time to spend together over one year. Even if we apply marriage visa, he thinks application processes too long like nearly two year for waiting. He said even don't mind cancel centrallink but time is too long for us. We just break up. ?


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Without checking I think your "lawyer" maybe wrong.

No such thing as a "marriage visa" the nearest thing is the PMV!!!!!!!

The rest of what he "lawyer" says - I say is mostly crap (wrong/lies).

Or you interpreted what he said wrong.

*** Please explain the "marriage visa" as your lawyer explained it and more than 2 examples they take 2 years to process??


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Dear all, my bf just got back from lawyer, he got a bad news. This lawyer said that PMV can't apply on my situation as three year ban only allow wave with partnership visa or marriage visa. As we just met few months and I got ban, we haven't enough time to spend together over one year. Even if we apply marriage visa, he thinks application processes too long like nearly two year for waiting. He said even don't mind cancel centrallink but time is too long for us. We just break up. ?
I think you need a second opinion. There are some great registered migration agents on this forum that would provide the correct advice.


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