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Old 05-04-2020, 02:59 PM
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I am an Australian Citizen, i got married in 2016, and blessed with a daughter of the wedlock. My wife holder of Partner Visa (subclass 100), on getting a stage 2 visa, she started showing her true side, she is having an affair with someone, and now left me. She was only staying with me to get an Australian PR. on getting that she left me, and now sent me a divorce notice from lawyer. Making false allegations on me. My daughter is staying with me. she is least bothered about us.

I dont know what i am asking is, i should ask that or not. She has still not became australian citizien, Can i report this to immigration, that she married me to become australian citizen, and now harrasing me.

if so, please guide me. thanks


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Old 05-04-2020, 11:20 PM
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Your wife is a permanent resident now and the sc. 100 visa was granted on the basis of evidence provided at the time by her and you, as the sponsor. Unless fraudulent documentation was provided, it would be very hard to prove that your wife had obtained the visa under false pretences and I doubt the department would want to re-visit the matter.Furthermore, with a child of the relationship, she may have been granted PR regardless.

My advice, go and see a family lawyer, sort out the divorce and custody issues and forget about your wife's visa and citizenship. It will get you nowhere.

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Once she is a PR you have no control over the situation. Sorry for your experience, but I don't see how revenge against her by getting her PR revoked is going to make your life any better. Best to move on IMO Good luck


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Old 05-05-2020, 02:29 PM
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You two share a child together so like it or not, you will have to deal within each other for the rest of your lives. You seem to want revenge. Instead, think about your child first and put your child's welfare before anything else. You say that you have the child with you and your ex is "harassing" you. If you are withholding access of the child from their mother, you are breaking Australian law. You need to support your child and while you might disagree with your ex, act in a civil manner.

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