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Old 01-06-2021, 02:05 PM
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Hi Mark, Happy New year and thanks for giving us your valuable time.

My question is, how long is AAT taking on average at the moment to review the Schedule 3 Waiver.
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Old 01-06-2021, 02:27 PM
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Hi Mark, I would like to ask for help and get more information about the requirements and process needed for PR application. My husband is holding a Subclass 457 visa. Thanks in advance.


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Old 01-22-2021, 02:24 AM
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Hi Mark,

My wife applied for a subclass143 visa for her Mum in Dec 2016. She did not apply for her Dad at the time because of the cost. The application has not been touched yet by the Dept. Her Mum now has an aggressive cancer and a 20% chance of living for 5 years. My wife doesn't know what to do. Should she add her Dad to the application on the basis that if Mum dies Dad might be allowed in? What are the chances of a health waiver for Mum? My wife is an only child and they would love to be reunited as a family. Are there compassionate grounds? Would future visitor visas be denied because of the cancer?

Thanks in advance for your help
Frank


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Old 02-01-2021, 07:03 AM
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My relationship has ended, I have a kid am on a bridging visa A,can I get PR ??how??how long it takes?


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Old 02-02-2021, 05:16 PM
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Hi Mark,

I need some advice for following please:

I came here under 457 (valid for 4 years, expired Sep 2019). My former boss is my partner, we fell in love few months after my employment, then become de facto Dec 2016. I brought my son (born in 2001) on March 2017 as dependant under my 457.
Aug 2018, my partner sold the business, I transfered the 457 to the new owner.
April 2019 we lodged 820/801.
After 21 months, we received RFI a week ago asking new Police Certificates for all of us (applicant, sponsor and my son), and also evidences that my son is still my dependant.
Bear in mind, when we lodged, my son were only 17 years old and still studying at senior high school (year 11), he graduated Dec 2019. Because it’s too expensive to continue study under bridging visa, he then started to work since Oct 2019. He works 32-36 hours a week, earn $1200-1400/fortnight after tax. Still casual though. Still live with me and my partner, never once moved out.
He was being stood down on March 2020 and returned to work again on May 2020.
He is now 19 years old, will he still considered as dependant??
I prepared Statutory Declaration, copy of his high school invoices and proof of payment.
I tried to google and am now panicking, worried he may not be eligible as my dependant any longer.

Please help!!!!


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Old 02-03-2021, 11:14 AM
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Is Mark still participating in this forum ? I have been trying to reach him with no positive response.


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Is Mark still participating in this forum ? I have been trying to reach him with no positive response.
I donít believe he is ... maybe itís time to close this tread...?

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I donít believe he is ... maybe itís time to close this tread...?
I do not think he answers anyone , how does he stay is business.I have asked two questions and wanting to get his services , now I found another one ..who is professional


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I do not think he answers anyone , how does he stay is business.I have asked two questions and wanting to get his services , now I found another one ..who is professional
Mark is very professional... if you want his services, just get in touch direct.

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