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Tourist visa No further stay, and apply for a fionce visa


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Old 02-16-2011, 06:25 PM
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Tourist visa No further stay, and apply for a fionce visa

hello from mexico
Well here is the story,
Im worry a lot about this issue, I met my fiance on internet almost 2 years ago, so we were falling in love, but of course before to made such a big step like get marry ,first I needed to know him in person, his family, and see that everything he told me was real, so I traveled to australia on a tourist visa on 2009 with the condition no further stay, my visa expired and I left Australia, I lived with him for 3 months in brisbane.
Now the last year he stayed 6 months in méxico i supported him like he supported me in australia.
Now we want to apply for a fiance visa do you think theres a problem with my last "no further stay" on my tourist visa? Help please

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Old 02-16-2011, 11:12 PM
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No, it is standard practice for a lot of if not most tourist visas to have a No Further Stay condition put on them and if you left rather than overstayed, then that is to your credit.
There'll be no bearing on applying for a PMV300.





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Old 02-17-2011, 02:02 AM
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Thank you soooo much


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Old 02-18-2011, 01:05 PM
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No worry at all - Like Wanderer said, as long as you left before the expiration rather than after, you'll be just fine. No further stay is common on tourist visas. It wasn't aimed specifically at you.


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Old 02-18-2011, 05:15 PM
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Yes thank you so much Amigos!!
we are having all our papers together
By the way this is a great forum!


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Old 03-24-2011, 10:58 PM
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Hola other Mexicans
Sorry I cant reply to your message alex, Im just new here to the forum & am unable to access the private messages feature...
How are your papers going? What visa are you applying for?
Good luck! The forum is very good!
This is the first time Ive seen any posts regarding sponsoring a Mexican, so thats refreshing.. I also didnt know that it was a high risk country..


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Old 03-24-2011, 11:03 PM
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Hola other Mexicans
Sorry I cant reply to your message alex, Im just new here to the forum & am unable to access the private messages feature...
How are your papers going? What visa are you applying for?
Good luck! The forum is very good!
This is the first time Ive seen any posts regarding sponsoring a Mexican, so thats refreshing.. I also didnt know that it was a high risk country..
Yes is a very good forum
I was looking others and this is the best
We are applying for the PMV
haha yes no many mexicans, we are a weird case I think
Everything is done Im just waiting for the papers from my lovely aussie,
if you need anything I can help you.

Please do not post emails on the forum and if you think about it, a forums strength is the sharing of experiences with all.


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Old 03-24-2011, 11:16 PM
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Great! Ive already sent you an email Looking forward to sharing my experiences with you! We can help each other


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