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Old 02-15-2012, 08:50 PM
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For everyone waiting for their MRT date for a Partner Visa I have some bad news: I was told by the MRT Case Officer that the waiting time for a review is now 2 and a half years perhaps longer


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who told u this information u make me worry
if wht u say is truth i will divorce my wife


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Old 02-16-2012, 08:34 AM
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who told u this information u make me worry
if wht u say is truth i will divorce my wife
I am sorry to say but this is the information I was told by the MRT case officer in Melbourne. You cna contact the MRT office yourself on (03) 86005900 - be sure to have your MRT case number as they will ask you for this.
I was also told that they do not even to start to look at cases until they are a year old. My husband and I applied for a review 8 months ago. By the way my husband is also Moroccan


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who told u this information u make me worry
if wht u say is truth i will divorce my wife
You will divorce her just because you didn't get the visa? So much lovin

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my wife is older than me she is 52 and im 27 she is not working do i have any chance o geta visa


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Yes, of course you can get a visa if you and your wife can prove you have a genuine relationship ( that you did not marry her just to get a visa to Australia)


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shame on you mymarocco.its obvious they refuse your visa(jst dont waste your time with mrt).love is above any label visa stamps.....
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have a genuine relationship
Do you think that is the case?


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Old 02-17-2012, 07:19 AM
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Do you think that is the case?
Its not for me to make that judgement, all I know is that when I was told it will take 2 and half years ( perhaps even longer) my husband and I were devastated, but we will never give up trying to be together, even if it means going to another country to live. I feel ashamed that Australia treats its citizens so harshly.


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Its not for me to make that judgement, all I know is that when I was told it will take 2 and half years ( perhaps even longer) my husband and I were devastated, but we will never give up trying to be together, even if it means going to another country to live. I feel ashamed that Australia treats its citizens so harshly.
Australia doesn't treat it's citizens harshly. Australia merely tries to protect itself from fraud and abuse, and not follow path of France and some other countries.
While I feel for you and hope it doesn't take that long for you to be united with your husband. There are thousand who merry just for visa and would split right after two years and after PV is granted. There are even more who approached people asking for "marriage of understanding"! Where someone pays another person just to get the visa. My friends were approached by people like that, I'm glad the refused.
Unfortunately amount of fraud out there affects legitimate applicants as well. And they are tangled in the web of red tape, which was put in place to try and stop scams. Albeit how effective that is another story

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