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Old 11-11-2014, 11:38 PM
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hi guys,

when I sent the email.. how do they know it was actually ME(the sponsor) who sent it? it could be a hacker, or anyone right...

do they ring me yeah to confirm ?
When she applied for the visa, did you apply by yourself (I mean not using any agent)? I think theres a question regarding communication with the department, and if you put an email address there, that email is the one going to be "approved" to communicate with department regarding the application for the applicant, so Im not sure about the sponsor.

Because I once tried to contact the department myself, they refused to say anything because the email I used was new and it was not listed as the 'approved' email for the application. So I had to submit a new form with the latest contact details.

But you as the sponsor should be able to. Just send the email to her processing centre (you can find this on her grant letter / email) and just make sure you write down your details, TRN (important!), her details, her passport number and yours, also attach your passport scan.

If you can not get any of the details (since she took them all to Sydney, and who the hell remembers all those details numbers in their head), try ring the Immi to see if you can get any information. If cant, then just make sure you write down your address and all her details you know and what visa she applied for etc on your email. They should be able to check.

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Old 11-12-2014, 03:42 AM
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This is terrible... An outrageous and childish abuse of immigration laws and person who truly loves..

Hope all things work out well for you!

Best wishes

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Im sorry about that, please find someone better you are young you deserve better than this


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Old 11-12-2014, 11:17 AM
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I have heard horror stories about from Filipino marriages. I dont want to incorrectly assume that there is a large age gap, but when there is its most probably not going to work out. Im going to be honest and say young women dont marry much older men for live. It doesnt happen in australian, its not because of culture, but young women dont find your average middle age blokes that attractive, this is universal (i talk as a young woman). So probably next time find someone close to your age.
Actually it does happen in Australia. My friend is married to a guy 20 years older than her and has been for almost 10 years. So it does happen in Australia just you don't see alot of it.

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I'm 11 years younger than my husband. We've been married for 4 years and in a relationship for over 13 years. it all boils down to finding the right person.

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YES wendy.....but when the guy is around the 60 mark and the lady involved is early 20's, it makes you wonder......and yes...I have first hand knowledge that this is very common not hearsay......speaking of the Philippines here...


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Our celebrant was telling my fiance about the time that a 20 year old and 70 year old came to her to ask her to marry them. She turned then away because it was so clear it was for the visa. Talk about chancing your arm.

I really do hate people who try to abuse the system. My fiance and I met online, we have been in love for six years. I would hate for our PMV to be rejected because online relationships have a higher instance of fraud. Naturally after 6 years we have lost a lot of stuff pertaining to our relationship. Our chat logs only go back to 2010.

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YES wendy.....but when the guy is around the 60 mark and the lady involved is early 20's, it makes you wonder......and yes...I have first hand knowledge that this is very common not hearsay......speaking of the Philippines here...
that kind of age difference would make anyone wonder anywhere. It's not common in most of the western countries....speaking from the US here.

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I'm really sorry to hear about your situation.
Really sad that some people are so cruel that they don't think what the after effects of their actions will be on the other person. Playing with someone's emotions is the lowest someone can go.
I just hope you do the right thing and find someone who makes you happy selflessly, to spend your life with. Hope everything works out for you.
Good Luck! Praying for you.

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YES wendy.....but when the guy is around the 60 mark and the lady involved is early 20's, it makes you wonder......and yes...I have first hand knowledge that this is very common not hearsay......speaking of the Philippines here...
I think in these circumstances the guy really has to wake up to himself and be aware why she is doing it. Surely he can't be so stupid to believe she really loves him

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