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Old 11-13-2018, 09:34 PM
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Divorce on partner visa due to domestic violence

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My husband i applied for partner visa in January when i was pregnant and on student visa. We were just boyfriend and girlfriend. My student visa will expire in March 2019 so my bridging visa A will only kick in then. We had our baby in May and got married in August. Lately I experienced domestic violence and being cheated on by husband. We are seperated at the moment and i had an AVO on him. I want to divorce him and get myself out this toxic situation. What do i do with my visa situation?


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"What do i do with my visa situation"

Consult with a registered migration agent as you have a complex case that you dont want to make an error with?

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This website has info about who to contact depending on where you are:
https://au.reachout.com/articles/dom...olence-support

You can let the operator know your situation and they might be able to point you toward a not-for-profit registered migration agent service / community legal service that will be able to help you.

You can also search for non-commercial / not-for-profit registered migration agents and filter by location etc. from the MARA website here:
https://www.mara.gov.au/search-the-r...ration-agents/

Take care.

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Further to my last if you were boyfriend and girlfriend at the time of application then you wernt eligable for the visa..

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