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Old 05-01-2010, 09:16 AM
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I am sorry that i am repeating my questions.I am from a high risk country it would be hard to get a visa of NZ in short time by than my OZI 456 visa will expires .
I guess visa for FIJI will be easy will it work.Again i am sorry for the repetition so its clear that i cant marry in australia while i have a 456 visa with no further stay option ??? for the last time i am asking this sorry guys

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If you cannot get a NZ visa in time, then Fiji or even Bali or Singapore, New Guinea or Noumea are all options though NG could be a bit scary at times and you'll need to also check where you can put in applications.

If you are not here yet have you checked that it'll take more than three months to get a tourist visa for NZ?

Also, here in Australia cant [ can't ] is an abbreviation for cannot

I'll say again for you

You can get married in Australia while on your 456 if you seek a licence to do it.

Now, how about you be a good fella and stick with your own thread.

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Thanks yah i will stick to my post ..........

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Hello again

My partner got denied his student visa. And it was because they didn't check his working history...he said he worked as an urban planner for certain years and he was working remotely from Australia to Brazil. They didn't check these details and it seems they were looking for a way to reject his visa. They rang his work but didn't ask how he was working this time.

He is going to try and fix this up, cause he has done nothing wrong. I guess this is the best idea. Cause if we apply for a partner visa in the future, it would be bad if this was on it...?

Can anyone advise?

This is so bad, cause we want to be together. Can anyone advise how to do this? This is a genuine relationship, and it seems so terrible that because the government wants to crack down on people just trying to get into the country, the genuine people suffer.

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