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Old 05-31-2014, 09:55 AM
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3 year ban - Prospective marriage visa

Hi, my boyfriend from Germany had his visa cancelled recently (March this year), for working on a tourist visa.

I read this on a document: "If you have a visa which is cancelled other than because of your criminal conduct, then you are not excluded from being granted a permanent or conditional temporary visa"

I was wondering if it would be possible for him to apply for Prospective Marriage? Or do I have to wait for 3 years until we can apply.

Any help would be appreciated

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Old 06-01-2014, 06:42 PM
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I am very confused at the moment, will immigration consider our application within the 3 year period?

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Old 06-02-2014, 01:46 AM
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it is best for your to consult a migration agent regarding this. Things get complicated if there is a cancellation of a substantive visa.


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I think it's probably possible - but I agree with GBP that you're best off at least doing a consult with a MARA-registered migration agent on this one.

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I think it's probably possible - but I agree with GBP that you're best off at least doing a consult with a MARA-registered migration agent on this one.

Do you mean, you think it's possible they will consider the application?

I will definitely consult an immigration lawyer.. I can't seem to find any MARA agents in Adelaide.

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Old 06-02-2014, 08:01 AM
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I think it's possible, yes. I don't think permanent visa applications are subject to the three year ban. But I also think it's entirely possible that showing such a blatant and knowing disregard for his previous visa's conditions might reflect poorly - and like I said, better to talk to an agent to get an idea on how best to handle that.

It doesn't matter where your agent is located - most help clients worldwide via Skype, phone, email, etc.

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Also the PMV isn't a permanent visa, unlike the partner visa where an application can be submitted within the three year ban period, so I don't know where you'd stand in this case. Worth getting expert advice for sure


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Welllllll, it is and it isn't. It's a provisional visa, so it's not a temporary visa, either. I honestly don't know for sure how they'd judge this, so.. like I said, agent time.

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https://www.mara.gov.au/map-search/?...laide&keyword=

must be a joke if there isn't any MARA registered migration agent in Adelaide.

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Thanks guys for the replies. I will look into it. Probably won't start until the end of the year.

I'll keep updates when I can.

Also, I have read the Partner Migration Booklet, it says I need evidence for joint accounts. I tried to open a joint bank account but I need his signature..

Would it be possible just to show his Australian bank account? I have been depositing some money every two weeks.

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