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Old 05-08-2010, 12:33 AM
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My partner recently got denied a student visa and it was simply because they didn't check certain details about his work, and he is going to clear this up but he is to apply again for the visa to do this.

I am wondering if we decide to get married, is it possible we could get denied our partner visa? We can prove it is genuine, cause our relationship is. But I want to know any potential problems.

Can anyone advise on this?
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Old 05-09-2010, 12:15 PM
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HI

My partner recently got denied a student visa and it was simply because they didn't check certain details about his work, and he is going to clear this up but he is to apply again for the visa to do this.

I am wondering if we decide to get married, is it possible we could get denied our partner visa? We can prove it is genuine, cause our relationship is. But I want to know any potential problems.

Can anyone advise on this?
Thanks so much for your help!
Sounds like the student visa may hve been refused on some technicality though not sure why they would have been interested in his work for a surfing course visa unless they were just seeing what commitment you guy would have to returning to Brazil.

But nevertheless, getting married and then making a partner visa application is a whole different deal and a refusal of a student visa should have no effect.





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Yeah, ok that's cool. Basically, I think they were looking for a reason to reject the visa he can rectify the reason they rejected it. Cause he has the evidence, they didn't check with him about it. Maybe it was about the coming back to Brazil or something. We were thinking he should do this and make another application because there is no reason they should reject his application.

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Sounds like the student visa may hve been refused on some technicality though not sure why they would have been interested in his work for a surfing course visa unless they were just seeing what commitment you guy would have to returning to Brazil.

But nevertheless, getting married and then making a partner visa application is a whole different deal and a refusal of a student visa should have no effect.


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Old 05-10-2010, 12:13 AM
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Do you think we should just apply for a fiancee visa? He is going to apply for his student visa again, as there is no grounds for them to reject it. He has the evidence to prove his work.

So he was going to go ahead with the student visa. Should we simply apply for the fiancee visa or get married and apply for a partner visa. We have a genuine relationship so I know we can prove that, but what are the chances of getting rejected for either of these visas.

We are genuine, and our relationship has been proven especially over our time together so - yeah...anyway I would appreciate your advice.

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Do you think we should just apply for a fiancee visa? He is going to apply for his student visa again, as there is no grounds for them to reject it. He has the evidence to prove his work.

So he was going to go ahead with the student visa. Should we simply apply for the fiancee visa or get married and apply for a partner visa. We have a genuine relationship so I know we can prove that, but what are the chances of getting rejected for either of these visas.

We are genuine, and our relationship has been proven especially over our time together so - yeah...anyway I would appreciate your advice.

Thanks wanderer.
If he is planning on addressing the student visa rejection, I'd do that first but perhaps their suspicion on him not wanting to return may also come from it seeming a bit odd for a professional person wanting to do a surfing course.

But anyway, if he wants to do that, see how he goes and then re the PMV or marriage beforehand and partner visa, the PMV makes for an extra bit of paperwork as you still have to follow-up with the marriage and submitting the partner visa within 9 months.

Both are still going to take a few months to be processed and so you need to decide where is best to be located for you while preparation and processing is done.
If that is not so much an issue and you can go overseas, then getting married is probably the more definite route or would be my choice.





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