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Old 11-24-2013, 07:14 AM
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He can absolutely do that. In fact, if your relationship has broken down, you both are required by law to notify Immigration right away. Your visa status is solely based on your relationship. If he lets immigration know your relationship has broken down there's nothing you can do, I'm afraid. (And if your relationship HAS broken down, he is required to let them know, as I said. As are you, actually).

Incidentally, you mentioned in another thread that you applied for a PMV - that is not a temporary spouse visa. It's a fiance visa. Just letting you know so you can get information on the right visa type.


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Dear actually I m not aware of all these immi stuff -
yes u are right its fiance visa -could you please let me know how long is the processing time -
If he withdraw is there anything I can do


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Thanks for your reply
Dear actually I m not aware of all these immi stuff -
yes u are right its fiance visa -could you please let me know how long is the processing time -
If he withdraw is there anything I can do
The processing time varies from embassy to embassy. In the acknowledgement letter that you received when you lodged it will tell you what the processing times are.

There is nothing you can do if he withdraws his sponsorship. The partner visa's are because you have a relationship with an Australian.


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Dear actually I m not aware of all these immi stuff -
yes u are right its fiance visa -could you please let me know how long is the processing time -
If he withdraw is there anything I can do
Especially if the relationship breaks down before a 300 PMV. The pmv allows you to travel to Australia and marry within 9 months (It doesn't allow you to stay past 9 months), if you don't marry you can't apply for any kind of long term visa.

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i was to cancel sponsorship

my wife get a 309 partner visa and came to aust 5 months ago and now she has a new man and wants to leave me ,I think she know this man a long time and used me to get into Australia can I get her visa cancelled..?


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my wife get a 309 partner visa and came to aust 5 months ago and now she has a new man and wants to leave me ,I think she know this man a long time and used me to get into Australia can I get her visa cancelled..?
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You are required by law to advise DIBP as soon as your relationship has broken down.
I would notify them immediately, they will do the rest!

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