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Old 04-25-2010, 06:25 AM
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Babybah and Trishher, if you're still over in that part of the globe or even back here waiting, I mentioned earlier about possibility of local attitudes and have either of you by any chance attempted to get an interview with more senior people at the embassy, essentially an Aussie to show up the type of questions and errors etc.
Hi Wanderer

The person who interviewed babybah, trisher and myself was an CO who is an aussie and she is the senior person in charge just under the head person from the embassy the others are all under her and they only do what she asks them to.

I just think we all need to put in a complaint so Immigration in Australia can see how many rejections she does put through and change the way they are running it in Egypt....


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Babybah and Trishher, if you're still over in that part of the globe or even back here waiting, I mentioned earlier about possibility of local attitudes and have either of you by any chance attempted to get an interview with more senior people at the embassy, essentially an Aussie to show up the type of questions and errors etc.
Hi Wonderer,
The SMO in question was an Australian and so is the PMO and they are both as bad as each other, well actually i've heard the PMO is worse.
So where do you go when there's no where to go??


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Hi Trishner
My husband is from North Africa and has applied for the spouse visa.
Did you end up getting the visa?
Just wondering what processes you had to go through, and why / who rejected the visa.
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Hi Trishner
My husband is from North Africa and has applied for the spouse visa.
Did you end up getting the visa?
Just wondering what processes you had to go through, and why / who rejected the visa.
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hi joutzen no still no visa yet go back to the MRT on wednesday CO was mary her reason given was no traditional moroccan wedding........not genuine basicaly


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Trishher, are both of you of Morroccan descent? If not, why would having a non traditional wedding be so unusual? That is not proof of a fake relationship! Might there be some other matter that is making the case officer suspicious? If visas are rejected for that reason, then ours will not be approved also, as we married in a simple non religious way, instead of the full traditional hindu ceremony. Even if you are both Morroccan, surely you still have the right to choose any kind of wedding without being labelled frauds!

I wish you best of luck, may common sense and decency prevail!

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Trishher, are both of you of Morroccan descent? If not, why would having a non traditional wedding be so unusual? That is not proof of a fake relationship! Might there be some other matter that is making the case officer suspicious? If visas are rejected for that reason, then ours will not be approved also, as we married in a simple non religious way, instead of the full traditional hindu ceremony. Even if you are both Morroccan, surely you still have the right to choose any kind of wedding without being labelled frauds!

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hi skydancer I am an australian citezen.the reason given was the non traditional wedding.my husband is from morocco.Most of my par tof the interview with the MRT was foccused on just that.It seems an issue with us.I will know more tomorrow after the second MRT.We both went to egypt and married.I wonder though why the wifes feelings are not considered.When my husband was questioned about getting married without his family and friends present it was like a crime had been comitted.it didnt seem an issue that my own family and friends wasnt with us.In the end isnt the couples right to do what they want to do.


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by my own situation if we would have had a big wedding ceromony exchanging gold ect with a wedding celebration my husbands visa would have gone through.because we chose a simple way we are being questioned.It isnt fair not all couples want that and what about those who cant afford it
so do you have to have a ceremony to prove that you are married? wasnt the signed married papers enough? because that obviously proves that you are both married? because i was considering this visa and if i got married i would just be signing the papers with a little celebration... would this not be sufficient enough?


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so do you have to have a ceremony to prove that you are married? wasnt the signed married papers enough? because that obviously proves that you are both married? because i was considering this visa and if i got married i would just be signing the papers with a little celebration... would this not be sufficient enough?
Hi lana you would think the papers was enough but it seems more is needed.I cant understand if its what the couple prefers then isnt that whats matters. also


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Hi lana you would think the papers was enough but it seems more is needed.I cant understand if its what the couple prefers then isnt that whats matters. also
if u dont mind me asking where was this, what country ??? because i think that is really wrong for them to say that and i really feel for you and i am also considering doing the same thing but i'm in Australia, Sydney.


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if u dont mind me asking where was this, what country ??? because i think that is really wrong for them to say that and i really feel for you and i am also considering doing the same thing but i'm in Australia, Sydney.
went to the MRT today for the second time.the first hearing went for 3 hours this one for 5.my husband is from Morocco.believe me most of the interview was again as the first...why didnt we marry in Morocco and have a family wedding with celebrations ect.It doesnt seem to matter that we didnt want that.we are being victemised because of this.My husband is being seen as not being genuine just on this reason. even to the point of the member at MRT rudely suggesting my husband is ashamed of me.we have been given yet again another 4 weeks to produce more letters from family stating(from morocco)that they gave us their blessing to marry outside morocco.We dont see what the problem is.I am in Australia my husband stuck in Lybia working.I cant believe it took another 5 hours on the same question..


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