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Old 06-25-2020, 12:45 AM
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Hi everyone.
"Posting this Post on behalf of someone"
This lady who just came back from overseas(Pakistan) after 2 years which her husband didnt want her to come here but she came in Australia anyway and she holds Permanent residency which she got in 2016 along with her husband and from 2016 until 2020 she did only 3 visits and the longest visit was in 2018 which was for 4months only.Now from 2018 until 3 weeks ago her husband didn't contact her through any sort which made her broken so she came back to Australia for finding out that what's actually happening and after arriving here she went to her husband place which he Is renting but she been kicked out by her husband without any reason(she said from my husband behaviour it feels like he doesn't want relationship anymore) She is not living with her husband and she have a plan to stay here.
Now my questions are
1. How she can monitor her martial status?
2. What benefits she can have from her husband(they don't have any kids)
3. For separation do both have to fill any form or report immigration about not living together even though you both are in same city?
4. Any Possiblilty that her husband divorced her already which she doesn't know cause she was in overseas and wasnt get in contact with husband.
Kindly need expert advice on this.
If she has a PR visa, then she can remain here indefinitely and she doesn't need to notify Immigration about anything. Once she got her PR visa, Immigration doesn't need to be informed about a relationship breakdown.

Your other questions should be asked to a family lawyer as they aren't immigration related.

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Originally Posted by Salmn669 View Post
Hi everyone.
"Posting this Post on behalf of someone"
This lady who just came back from overseas(Pakistan) after 2 years which her husband didnt want her to come here but she came in Australia anyway and she holds Permanent residency which she got in 2016 along with her husband and from 2016 until 2020 she did only 3 visits and the longest visit was in 2018 which was for 4months only.Now from 2018 until 3 weeks ago her husband didn't contact her through any sort which made her broken so she came back to Australia for finding out that what's actually happening and after arriving here she went to her husband place which he Is renting but she been kicked out by her husband without any reason(she said from my husband behaviour it feels like he doesn't want relationship anymore) She is not living with her husband and she have a plan to stay here.
Now my questions are
1. How she can monitor her martial status?
2. What benefits she can have from her husband(they don't have any kids)
3. For separation do both have to fill any form or report immigration about not living together even though you both are in same city?
4. Any Possiblilty that her husband divorced her already which she doesn't know cause she was in overseas and wasnt get in contact with husband.
Kindly need expert advice on this.
If she has a PR visa, then she can remain here indefinitely and she doesn't need to notify Immigration about anything. Once she got her PR visa, Immigration doesn't need to be informed about a relationship breakdown.

Your other questions should be asked to a family lawyer as they aren't immigration related.
Thanks for answer


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Old 06-26-2020, 04:04 AM
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If you come back to Australia and reside permanently before your PR 5 years visa expired, it won't be a huge issue. Only issue is your travel right expired. When you renew your PR visa, immigration will look whether you have stay in Australia for at least 2 years in the past 5 years. If got at least 2 years, you will automatically grant another 5 years of visa with travel right. If less than 2 years, you need to prove that you have substantial ties to Australia and they will grant you just 1 year of RRV visa. When you renew for the 2nd time again, same criteria apply.


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Old 07-01-2020, 04:15 AM
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If you come back to Australia and reside permanently before your PR 5 years visa expired, it won't be a huge issue. Only issue is your travel right expired. When you renew your PR visa, immigration will look whether you have stay in Australia for at least 2 years in the past 5 years. If got at least 2 years, you will automatically grant another 5 years of visa with travel right. If less than 2 years, you need to prove that you have substantial ties to Australia and they will grant you just 1 year of RRV visa. When you renew for the 2nd time again, same criteria apply.
Is this applicable to someone who left for 30 years too? I had Aussie PR at age 7, parents moved back to Canada, but I came back as a spouse of a Kiwi (461 visa) 30 years later. 461 is horrible without Medicare and no one processing renewals (3 year wait and growing) even before the virus so some stability would be nice.


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