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Old 05-06-2010, 12:27 PM
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I would like someone to give me advise about my unusual case. I am currently on Spouse visa 820 and stage 2 process for permanent resisdence is due to be processed in around Sept 2010. I understand that I will receive letter from immigration department two months before requesting for further information. However the complication is that soon after getting my spouse visa granted in Sept 2008 , my husband faced a tragedy and suffered severed brain injury. Currently my husband is in vegestative state and has been sent back to India for further medical treatment and nursing care. My husband was transported to India in June 2009. I am not sure as to how this will impact my permanent residence application since me and my husband dont live togather post the accident due to his disability. And we are apart since one year. I have visited him twice in between , but there is no significant improvement and his condition is still the same.

I am confused and i really look forward some ideas that can help me understand where I stand.s


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Hi There

I would like someone to give me advise about my unusual case. I am currently on Spouse visa 820 and stage 2 process for permanent resisdence is due to be processed in around Sept 2010. I understand that I will receive letter from immigration department two months before requesting for further information. However the complication is that soon after getting my spouse visa granted in Sept 2008 , my husband faced a tragedy and suffered severed brain injury. Currently my husband is in vegestative state and has been sent back to India for further medical treatment and nursing care. My husband was transported to India in June 2009. I am not sure as to how this will impact my permanent residence application since me and my husband dont live togather post the accident due to his disability. And we are apart since one year. I have visited him twice in between , but there is no significant improvement and his condition is still the same.

I am confused and i really look forward some ideas that can help me understand where I stand.s
I am sorry to hear of your husbands situation Vipul and can appreciate it will have created much stress for you to deal with. Hopefully there will be improvement in time as healing takes place.

From what you say, I assume your husband had Australian PR or citizenship for you to be granted the spouse visa and yes, you are in I suppose what we would we say is uncharted territory in regard to your visa rights and you can only get so much off a forum but there are some basic things you need to get sorted within how Immi may rule, ie.
On the Immi site you can see that some provision is made for particular situations and even if your husbands and yours is not mentioned, Immi will make appropriate consideration.
Have a look under Relationship @ Partner Visa: Onshore Temporary and Permanent (Subclasses 820 and 801)

If you have not contacted Immi prior to now, I would not delay in doing that.

There are forums where agents take part and some do on here occassionally, they mostly having a dim view of Immi and many would advise you to use an agent in dealing with Immi, that being a choice for yourself, agents also creating potential for complications and obviously cost.

My own feeling as a DIY person is that Immi have the ultimate authority other than a tribunal hearing if necessary and they will as I say look at the matter in a compassionate way and I feel it is best that you should make an appointment at the nearest immigration office to see someone and you will be able to lodge advice on change in circumstances at that time.

It could be that with your husband already having PR rights here in Australia and they not being diminished, they will view you as still having residency rights.

The significant change they will address is your separation [ and reasons for that, be they medical costs, more family/support in India, need for your income here etc. ] that they will assess and you do not need to go into expression of such here.

I hope it all goes as well as possible for you and your husband with best wishes for that.

If on reflection, before or after contact with Immi you feel as though the support of an agent would help you, there are some good ones about and if you PM me I'll give you a couple of names.





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Thanks for reply....

it will be great if you can give some good names so we can talk to them also if you can give some forums that agens can reply.


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it will be great if you can give some good names so we can talk to them also if you can give some forums that agens can reply.
In http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...lications.html Raul there is an agent who posts here a bit and he may be able to advise.





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