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What Visa I should Apply ?

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Old 07-25-2018, 12:04 AM
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What Visa I should Apply ?

I have been married to Australian girl from 2007 and we are separated from FEB 2016. In between we talked about divorce and she said she will do it as I was not aware with procedure here. As we are not in touch Thinking she already did it so I went overseas this year and got married to second wife march this year.
Now after I got back I was planning to launch file for her as partner visa. But I find out first wife didnít go ahead with divorce procedure. Now I have applied for divorce and hearing is in September. Now what can happen if I want to call my second wife over here? What visa I should apply with? Some people told my second marriage is not legal so in that case can I marry her again after my divorce? But me and my second wife legally married and got marriage certificate too. She got my name as spouse on back page of her passport too. At front page she got her Father name still...
She is from India. Please help me out...
Can you please let me know what the chances of her to get partner visa are? Can we marry again here in Australia? What visa type can we apply?
Please help me out...

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Old 07-25-2018, 12:20 AM
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Your second wife will not be recognized as such in Australia if you were not legally divorced from your first wife. So as far as marriage is concerned, you would need to marry (again) your second wife after your divorce is finalized.

Your second wife could possibly apply for a partner visa in March 2019 but she would need to be declared as your de facto partner since you are not legally married in the eyes of Australian Immigration.

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Old 07-25-2018, 12:31 AM
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Thanks for ur reply.

How about after my divorce in September, Can i apply for any other visa as PMV and apply for that or call her on visitor visa and get married here and launch file for onshore partner visa ?

Is that Possible?

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