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Old 05-10-2014, 07:14 AM
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today I found out via her friend, that my now x-wife went to sydney for work(which is what i suspected all this time) - not exactly a holiday like she told me.

the friend has told me her failure to get a job there, and expects me to accept her again, probably so she can get PR and than leave me again... lol cunning...

i wish i met a legit filipina girl.

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Oh that sucks so much but just remember that we are all here for you and support you in your decision .

I always thought it was strange that she went to Sydney for 2 weeks for a holiday. Seems an awful long time for a holiday.

Did you ring up immigration to report her? Does she know that she it has been cancelled yet? I am just curious to how immigration inform her that it has been cancelled.

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Old 05-10-2014, 07:26 AM
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I finished work late all last week(just gone), wasn't allowed to take a day off.. so will have to do it monday..

well, it's not that she said she was going on holiday for 2 weeks, what caught my attention was that she took all of our documents(visa, marriage cert. etc.)

but all she needed for ID. was her passport?

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I believe you need to do it in writing, so you can always send them a letter if you can't get there on Monday to deliver the letter in person.

Strange one that she would take a marriage certificate with her.

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Old 05-10-2014, 08:57 AM
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It sounds like she was trying to establish a life without you in readiness for when she received PR.

Your story has made me so angry and distressed on your behalf, and on the behalf of all the actual legitimate immigrant hopefuls from the phillipines. Your wife is a big part of the reason why truly genuine couples struggle to be together.

I am also curious as to how immigration will notify her, and what she will do once she is notified. I think you need to get your ducks in a row as well and make sure she can't make any case of family violence against you. I'm only worried because at this point, if she is told to leave, she may be very desperate to stay and will try anything - hurting you or damaging your reputation in the process.

I think you're doing the right thing because it doesn't sound like this was ever a marriage based on love on her part, but was a marriage that suited her own selfish agenda.

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Beware, the next card she gonna play most probably is "domestic violence". Be prepared.

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What a terrible, terrible shame. I am so sorry this has happened. She is a disgrace to those of us who are here because of true love and genuine commitment to be with the one we love. It certainly is not fair for her to use you only to gain PR. Please do not feel guilty. You do not owe her (nor her family) anything. She did you wrong. You must cancel your sponsorship immediately so that her kind does not flourish.

I would also like to add that I do not think it is poverty that drives a woman (from the Philippines or elsewhere) to do this. It is misplaced values, greed and blind ambition.

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Old 05-11-2014, 04:26 AM
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Hi Somerandom,

I had been reading your previous post with regards to your wife. I don't know if you just love her too much or your just too much nice person. but whatever it is (is not my business). As a person who truly feel sorry for your situation you have to learn to love yourself , surely you want your marriage to work but you know enough is enough. Hoping she will change is a bit of a lottery (which I doubt she will). Being nice is great but sometimes in life you need to be tough. Give her the rough justice she deserve.

1. Calling DIBP, cancelling your sponsorship, she will be deported back to Phils.
2. Playing silent and let her get Pr she will probably drop you off like a hot potato later.

Either way , your going to lost her and your marriage. So what's your pleasure???
I wish you all the best whichever direction you choose to. Goodluck mate!

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If you want to get rid of her then take action now.otherwise as GBP mentioned her next step will be "domestic violence"…take action before she plays her next card and please remember we are all here for you to support you.ALl the best.

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Hi..ive been married to a great Filipina lady for 6 years and lived in Cebu 5 of those years....Its not a secret that a lot unfortunately are after a meal ticket out of the country and will do anything to get angers my missus and a few of our friends who have loving relationships, that these girls continue to give the Philippines a bad reputation.....

But I may be biased here a bit ...Filipinas make great companions..

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