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Old 11-21-2017, 12:50 AM
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I really want to gain information that is why I follow and register this forum. We are done with the IELTS and waiting for the EA Assessment.

Please help me, we are now preparing our documents for visa application sub class 189. What are the documents required on how we can include my step son on the family members since presently the son is under the father (our) custody? my partner was separated already for almost 11 years but not legally and the ex of my partner is not cooperating for the separation. What are the documents needed to prove that they are separated already?
We are from the Philippines, what are the alternative legal documents that we can present to the immigration so that we can include my step son on the application if the other parent is not cooperating?
Please advise.

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Hi Mark,

I hope you can read and reply on this.
I really want to gain information that is why I follow and register this forum. We are done with the IELTS and waiting for the EA Assessment.

Please help me, we are now preparing our documents for visa application sub class 189. What are the documents required on how we can include my step son on the family members since presently the son is under the father (our) custody? my partner was separated already for almost 11 years but not legally and the ex of my partner is not cooperating for the separation. What are the documents needed to prove that they are separated already?
We are from the Philippines, what are the alternative legal documents that we can present to the immigration so that we can include my step son on the application if the other parent is not cooperating?
Please advise.

Thanks!
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Hi Mark,

I hope you can read and reply on this.
I really want to gain information that is why I follow and register this forum. We are done with the IELTS and waiting for the EA Assessment.

Please help me, we are now preparing our documents for visa application sub class 189. What are the documents required on how we can include my step son on the family members since presently the son is under the father (our) custody? my partner was separated already for almost 11 years but not legally and the ex of my partner is not cooperating for the separation. What are the documents needed to prove that they are separated already?
We are from the Philippines, what are the alternative legal documents that we can present to the immigration so that we can include my step son on the application if the other parent is not cooperating?
Please advise.


Thanks!
It's going to be hard to bring the child over if the other parent isn't cooperating. I would imagine some type of legal papers stating that your partner (the child's father) has legal and sole custody of the child.


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