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Old 11-24-2017, 01:41 AM
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Hi, I am in bit of situation. I was born in Pakistan. I am australian citizen. I was engaged to a Pakistani guy. Got engaged in 2010. I sponsored him in 2013. He got PMV in April 2015. He came to Aust in June 2015. Then he left me and we separated in September 2015. I informed the immigration department immidiately and cancelled my sponsorship. In December 2015 I culturally married to another person. He came to Aust in Aprl 2017 on visa 457. We have been i relationship sonce we married in Dec 2015. We got our marriege registered here in Aust in June 2017. As he is on visa 457. His employer has disappeared. And unfortunately we do not have any children. We are trying but bcz of my medical situation its not happening. Even we are going through IVF now. Now we are looking for another sponsor for him. But I need ur advice on am I eligible to lodge his partner visa. Also, we he lodged his visa 457 he mentioned himself as Divorced. Because he was divorced before he married to me. And when he lodged visa 457 we were culturally married. please help


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Old 11-24-2017, 02:32 AM
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You cannot sponsor him for a partner visa until 5 years after the lodgement date of the previous partner visa application.

I can't answer your other questions without an in depth evaluation of your relationship history, your partner's previous visa history etc.

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April 2017 his status was divorced not defacto that's a potential problem.

Your have previously sponsored within X time that's a potential problem.

If he is no longer working then he should probably advise Immi of this fact as he is going to end up in breech of his visa conditions.

Based on the multiple issues you have it would be advisable to contact a reputable MARA agent for advice (edit - like the one above).


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