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Old 01-07-2020, 04:36 AM
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Relationship Ends before PR

I have a friend that has been living separately from her husband. I heard about them just this week however theyíre separated a month ago. Sheís still holding 820 partner visa and Iím really concern of what will going to happen. I have advised her to contact the immigration and tell them that sheís moving out and their relationship has ended but she refused. She said her ex agreed to help her with the permanent visa application. The problem now is the rental agreement is on her name ( strong proof that sheís on her own now ). I donít know what else to say to her. I know itís not her fault nor her ex. The relationship did not work, thatís it. By any chance, do you think IMMI will find out her current situation? TIA

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Old 01-07-2020, 10:41 AM
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She will probably only be able to get a PR if she has compelling reasons to stay ie: a child here or something. If there is no more relationship then she is not eligible for PR.

She would probably be happier if she were going back home, I don't understand why anyone would stay if they do not have a partner here anymore.

I don't think her rental agreement is any influence, it's not like a criteria for all this.


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Old 01-07-2020, 11:43 AM
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One of the visa conditions is to notify immigration of any changes.

A visa can be refused, or maybe even cancelled, if visa conditions are not met. I am aware that future citizenship applications can be refused for old visa condition contraventions.

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Old 01-07-2020, 09:16 PM
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As part of the process to get the PR visa, she will need to provide updated evidence that their relationship is still ongoing and genuine. That means she and her ex would need to concoct a web of lies and fraudulent documents that includes other people (who need to provide statements).

It's a shame people are willing to commit fraud while other genuine couples are paying the consequences of longer and more complex processes. I can only hope they decide to do the right thing and notify immigration of the relationship breakdown, or that someone dobs them in.

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Old 01-07-2020, 09:59 PM
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As part of the process to get the PR visa, she will need to provide updated evidence that their relationship is still ongoing and genuine. That means she and her ex would need to concoct a web of lies and fraudulent documents that includes other people (who need to provide statements).

It's a shame people are willing to commit fraud while other genuine couples are paying the consequences of longer and more complex processes. I can only hope they decide to do the right thing and notify immigration of the relationship breakdown, or that someone dobs them in.
Iím with you. I advised her already but itís all up to them now.

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