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De facto visa 1 month breakup


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De facto visa 1 month breakup

I'm in a relationship with my partner for almost 1.5 years, I've lived at his parents house with him for 2 months, before I had to return to my home country because my partner and I were not able to pay for my tuition fee at that time. I've been back on my home country for 3.5 months and the plan was to save up money to return on a visitor visa and applying for an defacto visa then. Long distance relationships however are really hard to maintain and we faced a lot of issues which led to an breakup (no contact but we never actually said we'd broken up, still singed as in a relationship on Facebook). That had happen 1 month after I flew home but after another month we got back together and decided we can't live without each other.

Now I'm concerned that the short break might affect our chances of an approval. Can anyone give me some informations on this? Thank you so much in advance.


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Your relationship is ongoing, so I can’t see an issue.

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Your relationship is ongoing, so I can’t see an issue.
Even though we pretty much broke up? For a short period of time? Is it still considered 1.5 years of an ongoing relationship?


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To me it sound like you had some difficulties for some time (which relationship doesn't?) but that your relationship is ongoing and good now. Just because everything was not perfect all the time, doesn't mean your relationship is not genuine.

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