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Old 12-29-2013, 12:41 PM
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Thanks curious glad ur taking our advice in the right way, we really wish the best for u and hope u will have success. Best advice we can give is don't rush thus. Take ur time and gather the right evidence. Do it once and do it right lol. Besides Africa is wonderful to visit I loved it there! Take the opportunity to know her well and know her culture and her country . Maybe u will decide to live there? Lol I know I would have moved there if we were denied again.
I'm in the same line of thinking as u, thanks for ur wishes. However, I;m not in a situation to move there and thats what I told her from the bginning.


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Yes mish in first year kobo and I were together nobody believed he was genuine. Even me! Lol! That's why I did scam baiting/ security checks of my own on him (sent friends under cover inline and in person to try and tempt him but he didn't even look). After we were denied pmv and he still stuck with me, that's when people started to believe he was genuine. Now here we are getting married on our 5 year anniversary and my family and friends love him. He has passed every test and more importantly he hasn't changed at all now he's here in oz. working after one month and paying his share of bills and paying off our massive Credit card debt too. But I know I'm one if the lucky ones. I was married before to a Nigerian scammer so I can recognise one a mile away lol
I have been quite lucky that I only have had one friend question if my fiance was legit though she was not happy if I was going to live in his country and then was not happy when we decide he will come here *sigh*.

Wow married to a nigerian scammer! Good thing you found out .

So glad he has not changed at all . I bet you are looking forward to the wedding. My fiance says March and October are lucky months to get married .... but maybe that is because of our birthday's


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If u do it right first time (ie lodge with enough evidence and continue bombarding them with more and more evidence until visa is granted) u can do it in 2 years. If u lodge prematurely u will be looking at 3-4 years. I strongly urge more than one visit. I believe that is critical (despite pmv rules saying only one visit ) . African women are lovely and great homemakers so I'm sure u will be very happy once she is here

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If u do it right first time (ie lodge with enough evidence and continue bombarding them with more and more evidence until visa is granted) u can do it in 2 years. If u lodge prematurely u will be looking at 3-4 years. I strongly urge more than one visit. I believe that is critical (despite pmv rules saying only one visit ) . African women are lovely and great homemakers so I'm sure u will be very happy once she is here
thanks very much for the advise. OK, I will tell her then look minimum 2 years and thats from lodgment and I;m not gonna lodge it at least 2 months after our engagement. then see what she says.

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Lol the Nigerian scammer would make a great movie - you would not believe what I saw living in Cambodia lol I'm glad I escaped but it wasn't easy but that's a whole different tail lol

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Good plan curious! Do keep us updated. We African partners need to stick together lol

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Good plan curious! Do keep us updated. We African partners need to stick together lol
thanks, just one more thing. what if our application rejects after 1 year then can I lodg straight away again?


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thanks, just one more thing. what if our application rejects after 1 year then can I lodg straight away again?
You can if you want but you will need to address the issues on why it was rejected and make sure you had the additional evidence otherwise it most likely would get rejected again. The liklihood of having the same case officer again I imagine would be pretty high too.

The other option you have if rejected is that you can appeal the decision at mrt. Mrt is done here in Australia.

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Mish is correct. Mrt currently has a 18 month wait for a hearing

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Mish is correct. Mrt currently has a 18 month wait for a hearing
what do you mean by 18 months wait for hearing?
does it even worth put a review, or I just reapply all over again? (that means we have been each other for like a 1 more now!)


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