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Old 06-20-2019, 03:13 PM
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Your sponsor has done two partner visa sponsorships, before you, 2007 and 2017.

That is the other sponsorship limitation.

[I]A person may sponsor two partner or prospective marriage visa applicants in total.
Isn't MZU referring to the same person on both applications? 2007 and 17, wife then ex-wife.


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I believe it is not the 5 year time frame that is your problem, but rather the fact that you are limited to 2 sponsorships per lifetime.
Hi Steve.

This looks like it became effective from 1 November 1996 is that correct?

http://classic.austlii.edu.au/au/leg...27/s1.20j.html

so lifetime after that date..?


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Isn't MZU referring to the same person on both applications? 2007 and 17, wife then ex-wife.
No...both were different ladies and year of application lodge were 2007 & 2012


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I am not 100% sure that is the date the particular legislation came into effect, it is something a Registered Migration Agent would be able to tell you.
I presume that you had no assistance when you lodged your application, and were not aware of the limitations.
You need to consult with an RMA asap, to see if there are any viable options left available to you.

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I am not 100% sure that is the date the particular legislation came into effect, it is something a Registered Migration Agent would be able to tell you.
I presume that you had no assistance when you lodged your application, and were not aware of the limitations.
You need to consult with an RMA asap, to see if there are any viable options left available to you.
Indeed that is the best way forward. It’s best to ask a professional to get to the bottom of it and see which rules applied at the time and if anything can be done. .

This is another clear example where the full situation was not disclosed in the original post.
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Hi Steve.

This looks like it became effective from 1 November 1996 is that correct?

MIGRATION REGULATIONS 1994 - REG 1.20J Limitation on approval of sponsorships--spouse, partner, prospective marriage and interdependency visas

so lifetime after that date..?
From my reading of that migration regulation, I came to the same conclusion; only sponsorships after 1 November 1996 are included.

I also read this on a migration website:
Under Regulation 1.20J of the Migration Regulations, a person may enter into two approved spouse, de facto partner, fiancÚ or interdependency sponsorships in a lifetime. Regulation 1.20J codifies policy which applies to visa applications made on or after 1 November 1996.
But I am not sure if that means what I think it means. Could it be that the rule applies to any new sponsor applications after 1 November 1996, but still includes those sponsored before that date.

But even then, it also says: Despite these regulations, the Minister may approve the sponsorship of an applicant for a visa if the Minister is satisfied that there are compelling circumstances affecting the sponsor.


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