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Old 07-01-2010, 07:13 AM
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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..
wow i feel for you =( ... so you had a small celebration in Australia and they're saying why didnt you have it in Morocco??? sorry for asking, it's just that im considering doing the same thing and im in Australia and my partner is in a different county so just a bit concerned because you sound like you're in a similar situation


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wow i feel for you =( ... so you had a small celebration in Australia and they're saying why didnt you have it in Morocco??? sorry for asking, it's just that im considering doing the same thing and im in Australia and my partner is in a different county so just a bit concerned because you sound like you're in a similar situation
we decided to go to egypt to marry and have a honemoon there,who would have thought doing this would bring such pain.if my husbands family have no problems with this and my own family in australia both who gave their blessings from the heart then I dont understand why this has happened


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Old 06-22-2013, 07:31 PM
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Hi guys!!

I feel for all those who are asked to prove things about their relationship that don't really matter.
I'm a victim myself. The DIAC in Brisbane rejected my de-facto visa application just because the Compliance Office at the Immigration Office did not collect any evidence of my husband's and my relationship. We lost $3060 and I was asked to re-apply from offshore.

SO because of the mistake of the officer who is at the DIAC office, my husband and I had to leave Australia and fly to India.

This whole process has been so expensive, mentally depressing and physically draining that I can't put it in words

All this just makes me think is even after the world being so globalized, people who love each other and actually committed to each other are being forced to separate from each other.

What kind of Immigration law is that? Breaking families and destroying lives of those who in the end don't end up getting a visa to Australia, are they meant to fly to one another's country to see each other for the rest of their lives?

While on the other hand, people who actually pay other people to get married just to get PR, get everything done so easy. I have literally heard stories of such people myself and it just leaves me thinking, why do honest people end up having to suffer? and go through the harsh heart breaking separation.

After reading this thread, I'm now scared. Because my husband and I got married at the Registry with about 10 friends present at the ceremony.

I'm Indian (Christian). My parents weren't able to fly to Australia and it is not cheap;they had been helping me financially, my dad works so it was really short notice for my parents to apply for tourist visa for the two of them and organize themselves.
Indian weddings are known to be grand and last for days. But I was never a fan of such weddings. I love small church weddings. And because we couldn't get a church booked in time, the only option for us was to get married at the Registry, so we planned when we were more organized renew our vows with my parents in the coming future.

Because our de-facto application was denied, we didn't have a grand wedding either I'm scared of the same situation. Immigration could ask us why did we have such a small wedding. I wouldn't know what to do if they rejected our file again on the basis of not having a week long traditional wedding which to be honest, is a Hindu wedding. Christian wedding are church weddings, nothing too over the top.

Look forward to some suggestions.
Thanks for your help.

Kind Regards,
Becky


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Old 06-22-2013, 08:00 PM
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I would think a reasonable answer would be "We lost quite a bit of money by having our first visa rejected, so we decided to have a small wedding and save up for a much bigger vow renewal ceremony later!"

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Hire a professional lawyer in order to solve your problem.
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Do you think copy/pasting the same answer all over the forum and bumping old threads will help this people with their problems?

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Lol!!! Good answer sunnysmile

Have heard some scary stories about immigration lawyers.

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Do you think copy/pasting the same answer all over the forum and bumping old threads will help this people with their problems?
Don't worry - spammers don't last long around here.

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