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Old 10-30-2010, 09:08 AM
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what you gonna do now ttrisher i really feel sad for all that drama .. we are humans we dont deserve this treatment at all
I really dont know Mondy


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I really dont know Mondy
this is really unfair


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hello everyone,

Trishher,this might be too late but I am sorry to hear about your case.I came across your case because I have been refused to by the delegate and have been looking for people who went through the appeal.We are now in the process of considering another option which is lodging a new application after I get a nullification of my marriage and our wedding.The time it will take for the appeal vis a vis the time needed to process my nullification of marriage and a wedding would be almost the same, I think.

We applied for a de facto but delegate'e reasons for the refusal is that we dont have a commitment to a shared life in exclusion of others.My partner have consulted a lawyer and he said its tough case to win but asked us to go ahead for the annulment of my marriage.However, I am more inclined to lodge a new application after the dissolution of my previous marriage.Also, I am having problems with custody of the children who are included in my application. Could I declare a change of circumstance for the review?that husband no longer want me entrust the children to me?
This is why I was thinking of a new application.We wont include the children if the custody is posing a lot of prob then when they get of age and want to join me, I could always apply for them.
What do you think..Mine is so complicated that sometimes I feel like giving up.please give us your inputs.thanks.


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