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Student visa with child born from Australian who doesn't want anything to do with it


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Old 05-23-2019, 05:14 AM
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Student visa with child born from Australian who doesn't want anything to do with it

Hi guys,

I can delete this if not allowed.

I am asking this for a friend as she does not have the log in and English is not her strong suit. I apologise in advance as this is quite a personal matter. She is planning to get professional help but would like to hear some thoughts from general public too.


Situation: She got pregnant with an Australian in 2018 while she was on student visa, they were seeing each other on and off for over a year at the time. After she told the father, he said he didn't want anything to do with it and refused to give any support nor offer to take her to hospital for a safe abortion. She decided to keep the baby and went back to her country to give birth. She couldn't finish her course back then.

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1. Can she come back to Australia to finish her course? Will the visa allow her to bring the child with her?

2. Can the child have any support from the father? Is there anything she can do to gain the rights for her child?

3. If anyone can direct me to who or which organisations she can contact it will be much appreciated.

Thanks again!


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Hi
Children can accompany students while studying in Australia.
Yes, she can certainly have the father assist with supporting the child.
Not sure who the best person would be to contact to assist you. May involve going to court.

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3. If anyone can direct me to who or which organisations she can contact it will be much appreciated.

Thanks again!
https://www.humanservices.gov.au/ind...ort-assessment

It is not always easy to get child support payments from a parent who doesn't want to pay.


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