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Old 03-01-2011, 10:18 PM
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"your visa is in process. " is just a way of saying that they have to consider the information you have now given them, the offer of employment in Australia supportive but not really relevant to a partner visa.
What would seem to be more relevant is the marriage situation and I must admit I am a little confused now, ie.
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that I went back to my husband the first time in Australia while I was still married to my first husband.
If you were not actually divorced from your previous husband when you married in Australia, it does not matter what the law in France is but you could not legally have remarried in Australia for that would have been bigamy.
If in fact you were not yet divorced when you married in Australia, you may well find that your visa application will be refused and regardless of that being the case or not, you and your Australian husband may probably need to have that marriage anulled and remarry if that is to be your course of action to make it a legal marriage
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but must await the ruling of the official divorce to remarry what I did.
So if you had your divorce decreed [ the actual date by a court on a certificate ] before you married in Australia there should be no problem and hopefully the actuall dates of divorce and the new marriage have been made clear with evidence of the certificates, a certified copy of translation for the french one being required.

If the evidence has not been provided and it is possible that the CO may be confused on the dates, you should email the advice ASAP and follow up with the appropriate certificate.





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Of course not I am not married in Australia while being married in France! I am not a bigamist.
my divorce is dated 21 January 2010 and I got married in Australia April 11, 2010. I was divorced so well when I re married
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YEEEEPEEEEE !!!!! visa granted today !!!!!!
Wanderer thank you for your support and thank you to all members of this forum.
I just had to clarify some dates that were a problem with my CO and 1 hour after I had my visa. I just sent my passport for the stamp
I'm so happy
starting in two weeks to my beloved husband and my house Blue Mountains


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YEEEEPEEEEE !!!!! visa granted today !!!!!!
Wanderer thank you for your support and thank you to all members of this forum.
I just had to clarify some dates that were a problem with my CO and 1 hour after I had my visa. I just sent my passport for the stamp
I'm so happy
starting in two weeks to my beloved husband and my house Blue Mountains
That's great news for you Fraussie after somewhat of a saga of events and yes the Blue Mountains has some lovely areas, a bit like what we see of some of the Alps with Le Tour.
All the best for the future.





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