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Old 02-21-2019, 09:39 AM
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Hi

I need some help, I married a guy from oversea about 2 years ago I applied Partner Visa 820 for him, last year I got pregnant and also I found out that he was having affair during my pregnancy, I emailed immigration right away to withdraw my sponsorship for him, and he came back and asked me to sign the statutory declaration to say I withdraw emotionally after we had a fight and misunderstood his "affair" .. my baby was due in 3 months when that happened, everyday I suffered and thinking to forgive and give him another chance, and I didn't want my baby born without a father. after baby born, he stayed just 2 nights with me really, and we ended up with a huge arguments after I found out he was still being unfaithful to me, and he pinched my neck with his hands and after he left the house, I called police, and emailed immigration the next day to withdraw my sponsorship for him again. Right now he is trying to fight for the visa using my baby, I know that he may still grant the visa if we have a child and if he shares the care and responsibilities in this case. Is there anything I can do now after everything happened, and i realized that the only thing he wanted was just the visa? We didn't share responsibilities for the newborn child, even before the child was born, I prepared all the baby stuffs like cloths, pram, baby car seat alone.

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Old 02-21-2019, 11:31 AM
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Seems you've done your part in this matter (assuming all processes were done in accordance with law and other guidelines).

As you've already given advise to DHA / Immigration, it's all up to them to make a decision.


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Seems you've done your part in this matter (assuming all processes were done in accordance with law and other guidelines).

As you've already given advise to DHA / Immigration, it's all up to them to make a decision.
Thank you for the reply. I know immigration won't tell me their final decision. My question is, do I need to contact immigration again to let them know even we have a child but he never shared care and responsibilities with me(I didn't mention this in the email, only mentioned our relationship failed and I want to withdraw)? Honestly I don't want him to take advantage of me or my child(the visa) after all those things happened. And I really feel he married me only because of the visa, do you think I should tell the immigration it's a fraud marriage? Do I need evidences for that? Thank you


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You absolutely should tell Home Affairs
(Immigration) that you believe he hoodwinked/tricked you into getting a visa. You should also disclose his violence towards you. Importantly, if you have concerns about him being violent towards your child then you should also tell them that.

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(Immigration) that you believe he hoodwinked/tricked you into getting a visa. You should also disclose his violence towards you. Importantly, if you have concerns about him being violent towards your child then you should also tell them that.
Thank you for the reply. Right now I have received letters from his solicitor saying he denied there was any domestic violence, he is seeking for parenting order, I know he wants this parenting order from the court so he can show immigration to get the visa to stay here "look after his child". I will call immigration tomorrow and let them know, thank you


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I also recommend you inform Immigration of the coercian and pressure he has placed on you in the past, and how he has proven to be untrustworthy and of poor character. But definitely mention the domestic violence and threats and how you fear for your safety. I also recommend you seek an Apprehended Violence Order against him. He will probably try emotional blackmail on you (eg beg you to see his child etc) so be prepared.


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I also recommend you inform Immigration of the coercian and pressure he has placed on you in the past, and how he has proven to be untrustworthy and of poor character. But definitely mention the domestic violence and threats and how you fear for your safety. I also recommend you seek an Apprehended Violence Order against him. He will probably try emotional blackmail on you (eg beg you to see his child etc) so be prepared.
After I called police for help, they gave me the police protection notice, and I got a letter of protection order from Magistrates Court. I think he got one copy of that as well, not sure if that's the apprehended violence order you talked about? I will definitely call immigration tomorrow, see what they say. Thank you


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I have friends that work hard, have a great quality of life, are of very good character, sound mind, genuine and available for long time. Time and again men and women fail to do their homework on potential partners and jump into the sack with the nearest available loser. Soon after to cry foul. No sympathy from me.

In future be wiser and in present ensure that loser gets police attention and removed from Australia.

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I have friends that work hard, have a great quality of life, are of very good character, sound mind, genuine and available for long time. Time and again men and women fail to do their homework on potential partners and jump into the sack with the nearest available loser. Soon after to cry foul. No sympathy from me.

In future be wiser and in present ensure that loser gets police attention and removed from Australia.
Considering your handle there could be some empathy, as obviously what they saw isn't what they got. At times regardless of homework men and women get tricked into visas which is why there are so many checks now and processing time increases.
There are good people who can be taken advantage of by con artists, while it's often perceived to be just males taken advantage of it isn't. And most of the time for BOTH sex's it's emotional rather than physical so really inappropriate comments.


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I have friends that work hard, have a great quality of life, are of very good character, sound mind, genuine and available for long time. Time and again men and women fail to do their homework on potential partners and jump into the sack with the nearest available loser. Soon after to cry foul. No sympathy from me.

In future be wiser and in present ensure that loser gets police attention and removed from Australia.
Also no offence but you have yet to have the first stage cleared, there have been many respected members on here get burnt even second time around at the last hurdle.
Hopefully you won't have to cry foul soon after.

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