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Old 04-14-2011, 11:42 PM
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While I really can't discuss relationships, my point is that a PMV is specifically designed for people who do not meet the 12 month requirement, and who have not been living together.
While periods of separation in the past may be considered, it may not be an issue for the PMV as long as the couple intends to start a genuine relationship and marry once they are in Australia. As long as they can show that from now on, the intend to have a relationship (and meet all other requirements) I think they should be fine.

Obviously, giving false information about the separation won't help their case


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Old 04-15-2011, 01:34 AM
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While I really can't discuss relationships, my point is that a PMV is specifically designed for people who do not meet the 12 month requirement, and who have not been living together.
While periods of separation in the past may be considered, it may not be an issue for the PMV as long as the couple intends to start a genuine relationship and marry once they are in Australia. As long as they can show that from now on, the intend to have a relationship (and meet all other requirements) I think they should be fine.

Obviously, giving false information about the separation won't help their case
This is getting rather interesting this topic..

People who do not meet the 12mnth requirement are suggested to get their r/ship 'Registered', and in saying that only so many states in Australia are doing this. And if you're going to be living in a state that does not have this set up, you have to give 'Compelling' reasons as to why you have not lived together for 12 mnths - Again this couple will find this out when they read the requirements. DIAC are not just going to grant a couple a visa due marriage who haven't even lived together for a required period of time - there's no point in giving false info, because once they have copies of passports that are sent with application, they can check travel movements as well. I would give more credit to a C/O then to just overlook a couple who have decided to get married because it didn't suit them to be in a committed r/ship for the required period.

I'm sure C/O's are trained meticulously to evaluate fiction from non fiction.

That's all folks! have a good day!


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