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Old 01-15-2015, 07:50 PM
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Thanks lizbee
888 forms are for friends/ family to declare that's the relationship is genuine and ongoing, we did this during the first stage(309). luckily they've not asked for it this time.
Oh sorry! I thought this was what your Stat Dec needed to state.
ok, so just google Statutory Declaration form, I found a blank template for Stat Decs on the internet and we used that as part of our 309 application - they are different for each territory. Here is the one for Victoria
Statutory declarations - Department of Justice and Regulation, Victoria

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I believe that for the DIBP, you need to use a Commonwealth Statutory Declaration Form, not a State Stat Dec Form. You can download it here...
Statutory declarations | Attorney-General's Department

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Old 01-16-2015, 02:29 AM
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Hi everyone,

Im about to process my second stage visa as planned but unfortunately my fiance was diagnose with stage 4 brain tumor. Our wedding plans are all in hold and I really don't know what to do.

The doctor said they wont remove the tumor nor do chemo and radiotheraphy. Im now worried if I can still apply for second stage since my fiance might not live any longer.

We havent got married because the doctor said since he has this tumor his memory will slowly deteriorate. He can't sign any important documents to this stage.

Are there any other alternatives I can apply since I am the one taking care of him.

Best regards.

Arbie


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Old 01-16-2015, 03:18 AM
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Arbie, I'm so sorry for what you are going through. And to add the visa situation on top is an added burden.

I'd suggest you speak with a migration agent regarding a couple of issues:
- if you aren't able to marry at the moment due to your fiance's inability to legally sign documents, you'd end up overstaying your existing 300 visa as you'd obviously want to remain in Australia to be with him. I have no idea what options may be available to you for this but perhaps with the supporting medical reports you may qualify for a bridging visa or special visitor visa to remain throughout his care.

- assuming you are able to marry and apply for an 820 visa, you should be aware that there are provisions for you to qualify for the PR 801 stage even if your partner were to pass away.

There's a carer visa but it has an incredibly long wait period (you may qualify for a bridging visa in the meantime, but the fact that you're a fiance which isn't considered an eligible family member may be an issue. He'd need to act as sponsor which again involves signing forms. EDIT: As a holder of a 300 visa which is in the partner category, perhaps you are an eligible family member. But again, he needs to be able to serve as sponsor.

I'd suggest contacting Mark Northam (either via the Ask Mark! thread or directly via his website).

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Old 01-16-2015, 07:32 AM
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I am on the same boat.

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Hi, i just read your imformation about applying for 2nd stage partner.It's very helpful for me because i am doing it now.You know I am worry about status declaration from friends or family.Can I ask my cousin and brother in-law to prove for my relationship, I heard my friend said that we should not reffer family member to prove it, it is better than friends but the fact is i do not have any close ffriend that know well about our relationship.Can you give me some advises? Did you use form 888 to make declaration from your friends and family? What about the witness who sign for your own declaration as a third party ? Does it have to be the same witness who sign on your friend declaration? Thank you for your help.
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Hi, there,

I got my two-year letter from the Immigration Department two months before my eligible date and I lodged my application online on 9th Jan. My partner and I are living in England at the moment, but we have planned to go back to Australia this year. I hope I can get my permanent visa soon as I am going to study at uni in Australia in July.

Has anyone applied for partner visa 801 living overseas?

Thank you and good luck everyone!

Cheers

Anna

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Old 01-16-2015, 07:36 AM
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You can stilll apply

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Hi everyone,

Im about to process my second stage visa as planned but unfortunately my fiance was diagnose with stage 4 brain tumor. Our wedding plans are all in hold and I really don't know what to do.

The doctor said they wont remove the tumor nor do chemo and radiotheraphy. Im now worried if I can still apply for second stage since my fiance might not live any longer.

We havent got married because the doctor said since he has this tumor his memory will slowly deteriorate. He can't sign any important documents to this stage.

Are there any other alternatives I can apply since I am the one taking care of him.

Best regards.

Arbie

Hi, Arbie,,

I think you can still apply if you have built up strong ties with Australia.

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Old 01-16-2015, 07:53 AM
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Hi everyone,

Im about to process my second stage visa as planned but unfortunately my fiance was diagnose with stage 4 brain tumor. Our wedding plans are all in hold and I really don't know what to do.

The doctor said they wont remove the tumor nor do chemo and radiotheraphy. Im now worried if I can still apply for second stage since my fiance might not live any longer.

We havent got married because the doctor said since he has this tumor his memory will slowly deteriorate. He can't sign any important documents to this stage.

Are there any other alternatives I can apply since I am the one taking care of him.

Best regards.

Arbie
Hi, Arbie, so sorry to hear about your girlfriend's case. I think you should really contact the IMMI to see if there is anything they can do. Don't give too much pressure on both of you. Simply relax and try to have a balanced life . Miracle happens.


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My 801 visa finally got approved today. My eligibility date was September 21, so that makes it pretty much 4 months exactly.

So happy to be done with immigration (for now)!

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My 801 visa finally got approved today. My eligibility date was September 21, so that makes it pretty much 4 months exactly.

So happy to be done with immigration (for now)!
congratulations!! i'm still waiting for mine.....


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