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Old 11-29-2017, 08:35 PM
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yup, he's been here once but only for a layover for few hours. He was granted a visitor visa in New Zealand last year when I was still working there-if that fact would help?
If it's his first time applying for an Australian visa then I would suggest consulting an RMA to reduce the chances of having a refused visa on his record.

A gentleman recently posted (slightly different circumstances) but the applicant (from the Philippines also) didn't meet the genuine temporary entrant requirement I told you about and so the visa was denied, the thread is here: http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...600-211-a.html

There are many more examples if you search this forum.

http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...0-refused.html


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I was just being open about our next step - which is to apply the partner visa while he's here. Is it better to remove that part?
If you don't, a refusal will be guaranteed. With a married partner in Australia, the genuine Visitor requirements will need to be properly addressed with strong evidence of incentives to return home after the visit.

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I'll check on these threads..


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