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Old 02-04-2014, 02:45 AM
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Spouse visa refusal

Hi there Iam an Australian citizen and my partner is indian back ground. We got married and applied for spouse visa onshore..but after 5months the immigration emailed us the refusal of the spouse visa.. It is such a shock for both us.. Now we don't have any option left rather then going for mrt .. What are the chances of mrt and what do we have to provide them with.. We are so stressed and tensed, I dnt want my partner to go offshore..what can we do pliz help us...

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Hi there Iam an Australian citizen and my partner is indian back ground. We got married and applied for spouse visa onshore..but after 5months the immigration emailed us the refusal of the spouse visa.. It is such a shock for both us.. Now we don't have any option left rather then going for mrt .. What are the chances of mrt and what do we have to provide them with.. We are so stressed and tensed, I dnt want my partner to go offshore..what can we do pliz help us...

did they tell u the reason? whats was the reason of refusal?


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If you are going to the MRT, I would strongly recommend that you get a good migration agent to help you (Like Mark Northam). It would appear that something went wrong with your initial application and you need to get it sorted out.

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Does any1 of you know any gud migration lawyers in Victoria Australia...please recommend me..thanks


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Kttykat has mentioned Mark Northam who is very well regarded on this forum. You can reach him through his website at Northam & Associates

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Actually when we applied for the spouse visa my partner didn't had a substantive visa , he had bridging visa..and we also provided with compelling reasons for applying onshore..but the visa officer wasn't satisfied ...


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Hi everyone just want to let you all know that we won the MRT...

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Congrats & good luck!

Hi Sandz
Great to hear of another success. Thanks for sharing. Best wishes for the next stages of your journey and your life in Oz.

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Hi everyone just want to let you all know that we won the MRT...

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Thanks dinkum...

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It's been 4 months since our file got remitted to immi from migration review tribunal... Our CO contacted us yesterday regarding the medical check for my partner for the process of the 820 partner visa...It has already been 19months since we first applied and the MRT journey till now..wonder how long more do we have to wait..

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