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Old 11-12-2019, 01:44 AM
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Tourist 600 visa after pmv 300 visa questions

Hi Everyone,

I'm after some information in regards to the tourist visa requirements, I have applied to bring my Fiancee over twice, one was sponsored and that was refused as I didn't know I wasn't eligible to sponsor,

2nd was a normal tourist visa 600 also refused because no travel experience and not enough funds from her side, so now I would like to know is how hard or easier is it that we both have a 3 month old baby together who is already a Australian Citizen? She is from Cambodia, I am also Cambodian but Australian citizen, I'm wanting to bring our daughter in January and I need the mum here with her, she doesn't have a job or any assets, I am her and babies support, do they care the baby needs her mother?

I've done 70% off the pmv 300 application but waiting on her birth certificate and a few other things, I have a question about form 80 especially in regards about the last 10 years of work, places lived and schooling, in Cambodia the place has dramatically changed and businesses have shut or the Chinese have brought all the land, streets have changed, so how does one go out filling those questions if she doesn't remember them?

We've been in a relationship since late 2017, engaged since January 2019, even though I don't see her much because my work commitments here in Australia, we are fully committed to each other.

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Old 11-12-2019, 02:13 AM
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Hi Everyone,

I'm after some information in regards to the tourist visa requirements, I have applied to bring my Fiancee over twice, one was sponsored and that was refused as I didn't know I wasn't eligible to sponsor,

2nd was a normal tourist visa 600 also refused because no travel experience and not enough funds from her side, so now I would like to know is how hard or easier is it that we both have a 3 month old baby together who is already a Australian Citizen? She is from Cambodia, I am also Cambodian but Australian citizen, I'm wanting to bring our daughter in January and I need the mum here with her, she doesn't have a job or any assets, I am her and babies support, do they care the baby needs her mother?

I've done 70% off the pmv 300 application but waiting on her birth certificate and a few other things, I have a question about form 80 especially in regards about the last 10 years of work, places lived and schooling, in Cambodia the place has dramatically changed and businesses have shut or the Chinese have brought all the land, streets have changed, so how does one go out filling those questions if she doesn't remember them?

We've been in a relationship since late 2017, engaged since January 2019, even though I don't see her much because my work commitments here in Australia, we are fully committed to each other.

Thanks
You are probably primarily being refused as they think you are trying to get her into Australia to stay with you, and not as a genuine tourist.

We applied for the PMV 300 before applying for a 600 Visitor Visa, and explained exactly why we wanted the 600 visa, even though it was not for tourism reasons. It was granted. Not everyone is that lucky though.

You ask: "do they care the baby needs her mother?" Is the mother currently with the baby?

With two refusals, you might need to enlist a migration agent.


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Old 11-12-2019, 05:36 AM
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I agree with the previous post, you should have someone look at the previous refusals and work out a strategy with you to overcome the issues. You are unlikely to get specific enough input on a public forum.

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