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Old 01-15-2011, 11:39 PM
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oh ok so its already been 4 months.Its strange why would they asked you for more evidence that your relationship is genuine when you already have 2 children with your wife?that should be enough evidence to prove that the relationship is genuine.


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Old 01-16-2011, 12:40 AM
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Theyre her children from her previous marriage. Her previous husband having died 7 years ago. Ive just accepted them as my children.

Last night I remembered I have a pharmacy card and video rental card in her name. So I scanned the images and emailed them to her. Shes going to print them out and give them to the embassy too. I dont know if theyll help but it cant hurt. Theres also now about 14 pages of phone records from me that shell also give them, the enrolment papers for the local school and a couple more photos from when we visited a river town at Mannum. I hope thats enough, Ive got nothing else.


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Old 01-16-2011, 03:03 AM
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ok.i went to your profile and read some of your thread you posted especially this mrt thing about spouse visa being rejected,my husband and i read it and it only stress us more lol so i better just wait and hopefully the visa will be approve soon i hope your wife get her visa soon as well,its a torture to be apart from someone that you love when he/she is your life you know.We will let you know when i get my visa hopfeully, please let us know as well.tnx.


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