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Old 04-13-2016, 09:52 AM
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Hi,

Me & my wife are married for almost two years now and we're applying for a partner visa (Online-Offshore).
I have a couple of questions, would be grateful if someone could clarify.

1. My wife is an Australian citizen(Sponsor) and we are blood related " father of the sponsor and the mother of applicant are children of
same father. i.e I, the applicant is the maternal cousin of the sponsor.
- The question under Relationship, states that "the sponsor and applicant must not be blood relative"
- Is this restriction only for de facto couples or does this mean we're not eligible to apply ?

2. Date of first met: We know each other from our childhood and been in regular contact until we got married (of course, excludes the period she was in Australia).
- Can I mention the date of birth of my wife as date of first met or the date we started dating ?? .
Pardon me for this question as I want to make sense for relevant questions asked on the application.


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Hi All,

Just wanted to some guidance for my wife's spouse visa application.
I am a permanent resident and visited India this march and got married.

Now I am sorting documents for my wife's visa.

I have arranged the following
1) Change of name in passport
2) Marriage certificates and photos
3) Stat Decs from friends and family from Aus and India
4)I am providing financial assistance to her starting this month which i can show the proofs for
5) photos of us together in social places and joint invitations from family and friends.
6) personal statements from each

And all call history from social media

Planning to lodge application in May and apply for tourist visa after applying 309.

Can you suggest If i am on the right path.

thanks


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Hi All,

Just wanted to some guidance for my wife's spouse visa application.
I am a permanent resident and visited India this march and got married.

Now I am sorting documents for my wife's visa.

I have arranged the following
1) Change of name in passport
2) Marriage certificates and photos
3) Stat Decs from friends and family from Aus and India
4)I am providing financial assistance to her starting this month which i can show the proofs for
5) photos of us together in social places and joint invitations from family and friends.
6) personal statements from each

And all call history from social media

Planning to lodge application in May and apply for tourist visa after applying 309.

Can you suggest If i am on the right path.

thanks
Any help guys ??


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Hi,

Me & my wife are married for almost two years now and we're applying for a partner visa (Online-Offshore).
I have a couple of questions, would be grateful if someone could clarify.

1. My wife is an Australian citizen(Sponsor) and we are blood related " father of the sponsor and the mother of applicant are children of
same father. i.e I, the applicant is the maternal cousin of the sponsor.
- The question under Relationship, states that "the sponsor and applicant must not be blood relative"
- Is this restriction only for de facto couples or does this mean we're not eligible to apply ?

2. Date of first met: We know each other from our childhood and been in regular contact until we got married (of course, excludes the period she was in Australia).
- Can I mention the date of birth of my wife as date of first met or the date we started dating ?? .
Pardon me for this question as I want to make sense for relevant questions asked on the application.


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Old 04-27-2016, 03:35 AM
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Hi,

Me & my wife are married for almost two years now and we're applying for a partner visa (Online-Offshore).
I have a couple of questions, would be grateful if someone could clarify.

1. My wife is an Australian citizen(Sponsor) and we are blood related " father of the sponsor and the mother of applicant are children of
same father. i.e I, the applicant is the maternal cousin of the sponsor.
- The question under Relationship, states that "the sponsor and applicant must not be blood relative"
- Is this restriction only for de facto couples or does this mean we're not eligible to apply ?

2. Date of first met: We know each other from our childhood and been in regular contact until we got married (of course, excludes the period she was in Australia).
- Can I mention the date of birth of my wife as date of first met or the date we started dating ?? .
Pardon me for this question as I want to make sense for relevant questions asked on the application.


Could someone please help ??


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Old 04-28-2016, 07:54 PM
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No worries sahil.g good luck and please do keep us updated how you go with your interview and the application.

Kind Regards,
Becky
Hi Becky,
Had my Face to face interview today. They gave me the time of 10 am and kept me waiting till 11:30 and then I had interview for about an hour. Only my case officer was present. It wasn't much of an interogation. It was few usual questions about sponsor and we had few laughs as well. They did asked alot of question my previous immgration history, which is not great. The only question that is worrying me is that they told me they perceive (I felt that they chose is this word 'perceive' very carefully they were not implying) my marrisge is not serious because of my immigration history. They asked me to comment on it. In the end they aked me the same question what if my visa get rejected.

Before I could leave my case office asked me if i wanted to ask any question and i asked how long will it take to reach the final decision to which she replied its in the final que now with the senior case officer and will take 1 month at max.

My relationship is very genuine, we had a proper arranged marriage, its more than 3 year old and we'll be having our first child in September. My wife visits me here every 4 months.

Now, my question is what do you make of this?


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Hi,

Me & my wife are married for almost two years now and we're applying for a partner visa (Online-Offshore).
I have a couple of questions, would be grateful if someone could clarify.

1. My wife is an Australian citizen(Sponsor) and we are blood related " father of the sponsor and the mother of applicant are children of
same father. i.e I, the applicant is the maternal cousin of the sponsor.
- The question under Relationship, states that "the sponsor and applicant must not be blood relative"
- Is this restriction only for de facto couples or does this mean we're not eligible to apply ?

2. Date of first met: We know each other from our childhood and been in regular contact until we got married (of course, excludes the period she was in Australia).
- Can I mention the date of birth of my wife as date of first met or the date we started dating ?? .
Pardon me for this question as I want to make sense for relevant questions asked on the application.
Hey Keerthi...

In my opinion first check that your marriage is legally accepted according to Indian laws...if yes,legal to marry your cousin in your religion,and Indian legal system accepting your marriage as legal then don't worry you fine...as you married to your cousin so in my opinion you are fine..

yes you explain in your statement that your know each other from childhood and mention date as first met the date you started dating that will be ok..hope this help..


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Old 05-02-2016, 03:33 AM
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Hey Keerthi...
Hello maklaw,

Thanks for your suggestion.

Yes it is legal in India and also our marriage is registered, so I hope it won't be a problem.
As suggested by you I shall mention the first met date same as the date we started dating and clearly explain in our statement.

Regards,
KK.


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Please update your flag here .

I applied for my partner visa 309 on 12 june 2015 ans it nearly 11 months now and still havent got any case officer assigned or havent even heard anything from immigration..
Can somebody please suggest what to do


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I applied for my partner visa 309 on 12 june 2015 ans it nearly 11 months now and still havent got any case officer assigned or havent even heard anything from immigration..
Can somebody please suggest what to do
Hi Gia,
I applied on the 10th June 2015, its been 11 months and no response received after additional information was provided in March 2016. Let me know if you hear anything.
I suggest that you call them, I have tried but they keep saying its within the standard processing time.


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