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Old 07-31-2020, 03:04 AM
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Surely the department won't look kindly upon him for not contacting them re the relationship breakdown before he was granted the visa.

A part of applying for this visa is agreeing you will do so immediately upon relationship breakdown.

I feel like he should be 'punished' by having the visa cancelled for essentially reneging on his part of the contract.


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Old 07-31-2020, 03:23 AM
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I agree. Plus it smarts to think he can come here with his new girlfriend on my sponsorship. The biggest problem is how to contact? I can't upload any documents to immi, I've emailed and they responded that the visa was bens and not mine.

I could be all zen but considering how hard it is for people to get to this amazing country and who get rejected just because they don't come from the right place it annoys me that he can just take the visa by being deceitful


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Old 07-31-2020, 09:35 AM
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I agree. Plus it smarts to think he can come here with his new girlfriend on my sponsorship. The biggest problem is how to contact? I can't upload any documents to immi, I've emailed and they responded that the visa was bens and not mine.

I could be all zen but considering how hard it is for people to get to this amazing country and who get rejected just because they don't come from the right place it annoys me that he can just take the visa by being deceitful
I don't really see what your issue really is? your relationship broke down and despite that he was granted the visa without notifying Immi of the situation. Maybe its not ethical but I'm not really sure how this affects you. if you have broken up? to me it sounds somewhat spiteful to try and have it revoked. Enjoy your life without making yourself unhappy about something that is beyond your control.


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Old 07-31-2020, 09:49 AM
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I agree. Plus it smarts to think he can come here with his new girlfriend on my sponsorship. The biggest problem is how to contact? I can't upload any documents to immi, I've emailed and they responded that the visa was bens and not mine.

I could be all zen but considering how hard it is for people to get to this amazing country and who get rejected just because they don't come from the right place it annoys me that he can just take the visa by being deceitful
I don't really see what your issue really is? your relationship broke down and despite that he was granted the visa without notifying Immi of the situation. Maybe its not ethical but I'm not really sure how this affects you. if you have broken up? to me it sounds somewhat spiteful to try and have it revoked. Enjoy your life without making yourself unhappy about something that is beyond your control.

I saw your response. I have met a guy. He is from Scotland. Its early days but if it turns out well i can't get another partner visa until 5 years after 2024 which is the date my ex can arrive by unless this one is cancelled. The visa was hard and expensive but id do it again for love.

I also had huge problems convincing centrelink that i didn't have a defacto when i lost my job because im registered as being in one from the visa.

My ex is not in the country yet. I am not sending somone back to a war torn country. He now has another Australian girlfriend he met in Canada and i don't think its weird at all that i don't want him swanning in on my sponsorship. If he comes and gets on centrelink im legally liable if they find the relationship isnt genuine.


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Old 07-31-2020, 02:02 PM
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Don't blame yourself for being conned by this unethical exploitative man. You're probably the sort of person that wouldn't dream of doing such a thing yourself so it wouldn't have occurred to you that another person could behave like that.
It's not being 'spiteful' to inform Immigration. In fact, I understood the Department HAS to be informed if the relationship changes.
What this man's done isn't harmless. He's exploited an Australian citizen and the Australian immigration system. This behaviour also makes it harder for every genuine couple to get partner visas. And as you point out, it's made it much harder for you to sponsor your new partner.
We live and learn.

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Old 07-31-2020, 02:20 PM
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I'm not really sure how this affects you.
Being conned out of one of only two chances to sponsor an overseas partner really does affect the sponsor of a partner visa.

I can sympathise with this person, as I would hate it to have happened to me, as my partner visa is my 2nd sponsorship, and therefore my last.

She should have pulled out of the sponsorship earlier, but her mistake was trusting someone [to do the visa withdrawal] who it appears should not have been trusted.

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I saw your response. I have met a guy. He is from Scotland. Its early days but if it turns out well i can't get another partner visa until 5 years after 2024 which is the date my ex can arrive by unless this one is cancelled. The visa was hard and expensive but id do it again for love.
It's an unfortunate situation and your ex sounds like a fuckwit. Depending on your age, your new fella could explore other visa options to get to Australia.

I also had huge problems convincing centrelink that i didn't have a defacto when i lost my job because im registered as being in one from the visa.

I could be wrong about this, but perhaps the five years starts from when you first submitted the initial visa application?

You would need a RMA to clarify that though.

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Did you receive ANY emails from immigration requesting further information or police/medical checks? You could try contacting them via that email address and submit a bit of evidence? I think they are real people that send those requests.


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Old 08-01-2020, 06:53 AM
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[QUOTE=Riley;1999121]Don't blame yourself for being conned by this unethical exploitative man. You're probably the sort of person that wouldn't dream of doing such a thing yourself

Thank you. And no i would never do that to someone


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Old 08-01-2020, 07:01 AM
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Thanks. Hearing you call him a fuckwit makes me feel better.

I called immi lady was nice. She told me to report it to border force.

I'll just focus on being happy. I should stop falling for men with accents.


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