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Old 12-13-2013, 11:37 AM
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how to withdraw exwife from my visa application

Hi, could anyone help my friend out with this situation? He has already separated with his ex wife, and already informed case office that he has separated with his ex wife and don't want to include her in his TR application, and case officer asked a withdrawal letter from his ex, but his ex wife is no intention to withdraw from his visa application. if in this case, does it mean he still need to include his ex to get TR? or the Immigration will remove his ex from his visa application?

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I'm confused. When you say "TR," do you mean he applied for a Partner Visa (309 or 820) with his wife, and she sponsored him? Or are you talking about another type of visa?

If your friend's ex wife sponsored him for a temporary partner visa and they are no longer together, he will no longer have a visa and will have to leave the country. Partner visas are tied to the relationship.

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I'm confused. When you say "TR," do you mean he applied for a Partner Visa (309 or 820) with his wife, and she sponsored him? Or are you talking about another type of visa?

If your friend's ex wife sponsored him for a temporary partner visa and they are no longer together, he will no longer have a visa and will have to leave the country. Partner visas are tied to the relationship.
Sounds like his friend sponsored her, not the other way .. just my opinion.


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I was wondering if he's included her in a student or skilled visa and doesn't want to bring her to Australia any longer.

Mandy, more information would be helpful please, and then forum members may be able to help give some suggestions.

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Sounds like his friend sponsored her, not the other way .. just my opinion.
I thought the same thing at first, but then Mandy said "does it mean he still need to include his ex to get TR?" and called it "his visa application." That sounds like the friend is the one trying to get TR not the ex-wife.

Impossible to tell until OP clarifies more.

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TR is refer to temporary residency (visa 485). my friend (he) included his wife In his Visa 485 application, then after that he separated with his wife and doesn't wish to include her in his visa 485 application, and he informed his case officer, the case officer required a withdrawal letter to remove her from his application from his wife, however, his wife is no intention to withdraw. if in such case, what immigration will do? Does it mean if he get Visa 485, his wife also will get it because she is not willing to be remove from his application even if they already separate and she is no longer treated as his family member?

please someone give any suggestion, thanks so much.


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Her ability to get a visa is tied to their relationship. I don't see any way she would still get a visa if he has told them the relationship is over.

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TR is refer to temporary residency (visa 485). my friend (he) included his wife In his Visa 485 application, then after that he separated with his wife and doesn't wish to include her in his visa 485 application, and he informed his case officer, the case officer required a withdrawal letter to remove her from his application from his wife, however, his wife is no intention to withdraw. if in such case, what immigration will do? Does it mean if he get Visa 485, his wife also will get it because she is not willing to be remove from his application even if they already separate and she is no longer treated as his family member?

please someone give any suggestion, thanks so much.
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Her ability to get a visa is tied to their relationship. I don't see any way she would still get a visa if he has told them the relationship is over.
I also think there is no way for his wife to get the visa in changed situation.

However, one thing I am little confused is, the withdrawal letter should be from the 1st applicant (same as the marriage certificate should be provided by 1st applicant). For example, my wife had nothing to do in my application, all the documents I had to submit to prove her my wife. Similarly, I think withdrawal letter should be also submitted by your friend, not his wife.

Are you sure the case officer asked withdrawal letter from his wife, not from himself?


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Old 12-14-2013, 10:53 AM
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case officer request a signed withdrawal from his ex wife. that's why he doesn't know what to do and what the decision Case officer will make based on this particular situation that his ex is not willing to sign a letter stating that she wants to be removed from his application.


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my friend, he already submitted change of circumstances form 1022 stating that he had already separated with his ex to case officer


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