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Old 01-07-2014, 12:30 PM
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You should notify DIBP. They will give you 28 days to either leave the country or apply for another visa.

In regards to the student visa have you been accepted to study anywhere? If not then most likely you will not have time.

Also you will most likely face the same problem in a couple of years if you apply for defacto then being that your relationship history will show that it started before DIBP were notified of the previous break down.


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I think you not notifying DIBP regarding the relationship breakdown will affect your future visa application, not only affecting your de facto partner visa but also all other visa including student visa. Anyway, it is all past now. Like others have suggested, you should speak to a MARA registered agent ASAP to see what your options are.


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Old 01-07-2014, 09:34 PM
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If the relationship between your sponsor and you broke down and are no longer in a defacto relationship, you must notify the DIBP given this constitutes a change of circumstance. Once you have notified them, you will be given 28 days to apply for a further visa or give cause as to why you should not be asked to depart Australia so have your new student application ready when you withdraw the "spouse" application.
You will need to time it with the new course intake, the DIBP doesn't like to grant student visas too long before the course begins.

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Old 01-08-2014, 05:46 AM
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Thanks so much everyone, you have all been helpful.

And thank you Andre, I will look into it asap, really appreciate your response.


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