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Old 07-23-2010, 08:33 AM
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Help me.....for Spouse Visa Australia

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I want to information about Spouse Visa Subclass - 309. I am Married woman from Punjab. My Husband Lives in Australia from 2007 as Student visa. Jan 2010 he was came in India and he got married with me on 14 Feb. 2010. My Parents died so my marriage is doing so simple way we have click some pictures in my marriage. But my all pictures are damage in flood in Patiala. I have all document in hands my marriage certificate, Massages all in phones in my & Husbands, emails, Phone bills, money transfer receipt, Marriage cards.


I have my Engagement Pictures these pictures are valid for my visa stamping.

Now I want I have logged my case in DIAC without my marriage pictures than my case is ok or not.

PLEASE HELP ME................ITS URGENT:con fused::con fused::


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Old 07-23-2010, 09:09 AM
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Hi,

Does your partner have permanent residency, or his he still a student? If he is still a student he can add you to his current student visa as a dependent. Read here for more info.

How to Apply for Dependent Family Members to Join You

The spouse visa 309 is usually for partners of Australian permanent residents or citizens to migrate to Australia.


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thanks for reply......

Thanks For Reply......He is still a student.But he has apply PR For 13/11/2009.

But my Question is I,have not my Marriage Pictures. My Pictures are damaged in Flood. So that can i apply my Application in DIAC without Pictures. Than visa officer will be stamp my visa.


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I think if you exlpain what happened to the pictures in a legal statement i.e. statutory declaration, DIAC should accept that as a valid reason as to why you don't have pictures. Does anyone else have any pictures of you and your husband together, maybe guests at the wedding?


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If your husband is still on a student visa and you were not originally mentioned on his visa as a dependant, I think you'll find that you are not eligible to now join him as a dependant.
On the link Ag provided, you'll see a note:
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Important: You must declare all family members on your application, even if they do not plan to travel with you to Australia. If you do not do this, your family members will not be eligible to apply to join you after you have started your course in Australia.




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Dear Sir/Madam,

I have my Engagement Pictures & My Sister -In - Law Marriage Pictures. So Can i use these Pictures in My Case?

Thanks & Regards,
Doll_Ratta


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Dear Sir/Madam,

I have my Engagement Pictures & My Sister -In - Law Marriage Pictures. So Can i use these Pictures in My Case?

Thanks & Regards,
Doll_Ratta
Photos can be used to support an application but they are of limited value compared to documentation but none will be of any value if you are not eligible, as in if your husband is still on a student visa and you were not listed as a dependant.





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