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Family sponsored visa????? Help


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Old 04-23-2011, 08:25 AM
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Hi all,

I want to go home asap and not return to the UK. I have my hubby (UK citizen) and boy who is going to have an OZ passport. I have read some of the stickys and other posts on here before writing this, but I am still unclear? I want to apply onshore for the PR for hubby. I know it is more expensive.... I am looking at the bigger picture. Anyway, my question is, " would DIAC look upon us unfavourably if I applied for a family sponsored visa, so my husband can be onshore when we apply for the visa"? I want to try and apply in person and have all of the relevent documentation with us (police checks, medicals, etc). I am aware of the no further stay limitation, but I am also aware that every case goes on its own merit.

Any ideas?

Amanda


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As I see it, surely being a UK citizen, he would'nt get 8503 NFS on a Tourist visa here??? Isnt the UK part of the electronic online visa system? Once here he applies for a spouse visa and gets a bridging visa until it's approved yeah? Having a child together (who is on an Aus passport also helps heaps).

Seems fairly simple compared to my Thai wife who is from a high risk country. DIAC do not get "upset" by things such as you have mentioned, but as you say simply evaluate each case on it's merits.


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As I see it, surely being a UK citizen, he would'nt get 8503 NFS on a Tourist visa here??? Isnt the UK part of the electronic online visa system? Once here he applies for a spouse visa and gets a bridging visa until it's approved yeah? Having a child together (who is on an Aus passport also helps heaps).

Seems fairly simple compared to my Thai wife who is from a high risk country. DIAC do not get "upset" by things such as you have mentioned, but as you say simply evaluate each case on it's merits.
The more I speak to others, the more I see it may not be as complicated as I think. As long as we are prepared with all the documentation and we have covered most of it.

Yes, I guess the high risk situation would make it more complicated than my case, by far.

Thank you for your reply, much appreciated.

Amanda


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