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Old 10-14-2014, 10:28 AM
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Infertility is not a compassionate or compelling reason to get a visa expedited. Sorry to be harsh but do you know how many couples in this world have infertility issues? It is becoming alot due to couples now waiting till later in life to have children. I am sorry about your infertility issues but unfortunately will not be seen as compassionate enough for DIBP.

Usually they will only expedite if it has to do with death ie. cancer. DIBP specially say that pregnancy is not a reason to expedite a visa, therefore infertility will not be either.

Happy for my question to be removed and subsequent answers thereafter also removed.

This was definitely worded harsher than required. You don't know my journey, I don't know yours.

We didn't play the cancer card because we didn't feel we wanted to gain from someone elses illness - and we lost his father 5 months into our application waiting time.

So, you touched a nerve. I asked a simple question because the topic came up. A simple no would have sufficed but trust me, I do know how many people have infertility problems. Couples waiting until later in life - well, we are trying to be a couple and then we can try.

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Happy for my question to be removed and subsequent answers thereafter also removed.

This was definitely worded harsher than required. You don't know my journey, I don't know yours.

We didn't play the cancer card because we didn't feel we wanted to gain from someone elses illness - and we lost his father 5 months into our application waiting time.

So, you touched a nerve. I asked a simple question because the topic came up. A simple no would have sufficed but trust me, I do know how many people have infertility problems. Couples waiting until later in life - well, we are trying to be a couple and then we can try.

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Unfortunately no is usually not a good enough answer for people which is why we elaborate. Usually it is followed by a "but why".

We have seen people come here and want to try and get their visa processed faster which honestly is not fair for those that have been waiting along time, like Becky.

We see alot of questions of "I am pregnant will I get my visa faster".

Sorry if I offended you but infertility is something close to me with it affecting so many of my friends and family and it makes me sad to see people struggle.

Some advice for you ... you mentioned you are 45 - look at donor eggs as after 43 it is very hard to get pregnant with your own eggs (my cousin work in fertility).

Good luck to you in both journey's


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I came here just to see how things work and keep track of where things are at.

Becky has been fantastic and I have just gone with the info

I should never have even considered asking the question


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Hey Sonakshi,

I don't think Mish was trying to sound harsh, she was just trying to explain that AHC might not consider infertility as a compelling enough reason. You and I can understand and know how difficult this situation can be but our issues doesn't mean squat to DIBP unfortunately. I know its horrible but there is nothing anyone can do to change this.

I have been trying to find the definition of compelling and compassionate circumstances of DIBP but no luck so far.
Mish always has helped me and many others and I'm sure she was only trying to help you too
I hope you get your visa soon and can be with your partner. The stress of this situation can get to anyone, but everything will work out for the best in the end. Remember "Nothing worth having comes easy".

Hang in there. Hope this helps you. Good Luck!

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I don't think there is a definition because it is up to DIBP to determine.

Thanks Becky . Yeah I was trying to say that it is common (unfortunately) so not a reason for fast tracking.

I know of people who were having surgery and the visa would not be fast tracked. When ours was processing I had to have surgery and I didn't even bother asking for fast tracking because I knew the answer. Unfortunately DIBP wouldn't even give my husband a tourist visa so he could be here for the operation.

I have only ever seen one fast tracked in the almost 2 years on this forum and that was because the sponsor had to return to Australia to start chemo.

With more and more applicants I believe DIBP will get harder and harder to satisfy for compelling reasons.


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I don't think there is a definition because it is up to DIBP to determine.

Thanks Becky . Yeah I was trying to say that it is common (unfortunately) so not a reason for fast tracking.

I know of people who were having surgery and the visa would not be fast tracked. When ours was processing I had to have surgery and I didn't even bother asking for fast tracking because I knew the answer. Unfortunately DIBP wouldn't even give my husband a tourist visa so he could be here for the operation.

I have only ever seen one fast tracked in the almost 2 years on this forum and that was because the sponsor had to return to Australia to start chemo.

With more and more applicants I believe DIBP will get harder and harder to satisfy for compelling reasons.
That's crazy! So the compelling circumstance is pretty much life and death situation. I hope no one goes through that.
Hope you've recovered from your surgery and are enjoying being with your partner.

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Happy for my question to be removed and subsequent answers thereafter also removed.

This was definitely worded harsher than required. You don't know my journey, I don't know yours.

We didn't play the cancer card because we didn't feel we wanted to gain from someone elses illness - and we lost his father 5 months into our application waiting time.

So, you touched a nerve. I asked a simple question because the topic came up. A simple no would have sufficed but trust me, I do know how many people have infertility problems. Couples waiting until later in life - well, we are trying to be a couple and then we can try.

Ban me, block me, delete these posts, whatever.
Sonakshi Kumar,

I am sorry to say that DIPB's compelling reasons and the compassionate circumstances are not lenient and simple as we would like them to be. Exactly as Mish Put it, the only and limited circumstance they may accept include death.

I am sure Mish was trying to tell you what she knows about DIPB. She never meant to hurt you whatsoever . Facts will remain fact, nothing can change, so is DIPB.

I would like even to be considered as I am a father who has never seen his first-born and be granted the visa withing 3-4 months so that I go to Aust and see my first-born. and we would like everybody including you (Sonakshi Kumar) for the same to re-unite with their loved-once

Mish, Becky, CG, Maggie, and the few registered Migration agents who are tirelessly helping the desperates who know nothing about partner applications and PMVs, are actually providing us free-immigration assistance. I solute for them.
They helped me a lot as they boosted my feeling towards patience. I belief what I learnt from this forum is worth as been in class for Australian immigration course for more than 2 years.

I pray to God for quick visa grant for your Sonakshi Kumar and anybody else. Obvious Becky will get hers soon.


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Sonakshi Kumar,

I am sorry to say that DIPB's compelling reasons and the compassionate circumstances are not lenient and simple as we would like them to be. Exactly as Mish Put it, the only and limited circumstance they may accept include death.

I am sure Mish was trying to tell you what she knows about DIPB. She never meant to hurt you whatsoever . Facts will remain fact, nothing can change, so is DIPB.

I would like even to be considered as I am a father who has never seen his first-born and be granted the visa withing 3-4 months so that I go to Aust and see my first-born. and we would like everybody including you (Sonakshi Kumar) for the same to re-unite with their loved-once

Mish, Becky, CG, Maggie, and the few registered Migration agents who are tirelessly helping the desperates who know nothing about partner applications and PMVs, are actually providing us free-immigration assistance. I solute for them.
They helped me a lot as they boosted my feeling towards patience. I belief what I learnt from this forum is worth as been in class for Australian immigration course for more than 2 years.

I pray to God for quick visa grant for your Sonakshi Kumar and anybody else. Obvious Becky will get hers soon.


Hassan
Hopefully soon Hassan, you'll be able to meet your little one
Thanks for your kind wishes. Good Luck!!

Kind Regards,
Becky

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PR Grant: December 08, 2015
Citizenship Eligibility: October 20, 2018
Citizenship Application: October 22, 2018
Location: Paper Application, DIBP Brisbane
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Hi Becky
Finally I got visa yesterday .... sorry for late post.... I wish everyone waiting get good news soon ...
Dol - 31/12/2013
Visa granted - 14/10/2014

Thank you so much for your help. ...


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Hi Becky
Finally I got visa yesterday .... sorry for late post.... I wish everyone waiting get good news soon ...
Dol - 31/12/2013
Visa granted - 14/10/2014

Thank you so much for your help. ...
Dear Me1706;628929

Congratulation for the visa grant
Have a happy life with your partner ahead.
Thanks for sharing the good news with us.

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