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Old 11-13-2010, 05:01 AM
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Hi,

I have know my wife for two and half years, been married for nearly a year now and in the waiting process of getting a permanent visa.

We have a baby together but i am very unhappy in my marriage, i think she can see i am very unhappy and keep asking me about it but i keep lying.

There is no problem in the marriage, i am very devoted to putting her needs first to make her happy but i am not happy at all. I wanna pull the pin on the marriage but also thinking of my baby who means the whole world to me. The most painful part is she loves me to bits and am scared of the emotional trauma i will cause her should tell her the truth about how i feel.


My question is, should we decide to separate, will i still be eligible for my permanent visa?

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Old 11-13-2010, 05:32 PM
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If you get a PR, separation will not affect it.





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If you get a PR, separation will not affect it.
What about if i am still on TR ? Cheets wanderer


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It will affect it and your visa will get cancelled. You might wanna wait until PR has been granted if you certainly want to split.


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What Dexter says is a possibility but not always the case for circumstances can be considered though being allowed to stay would I suspect be more if an Aussie fellow dumped a TR holder when they have had a child.





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