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Old 10-28-2014, 07:30 AM
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So she has to go home as her skill is not in occupation list in demand so she can not apply for work visa here .
Yes! The only reason someone is given an 801/101 is because they are in a relationship with an Australian. If they are no longer in that relationship then they no longer qualify for the visa.

DIBP says "You must tell us immediately if your relationship with your partner breaks down, or if you withdraw your support for your partner before their application is finalised."


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OP might not even need to go home because they nearly hit the 2 year mark.


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Old 10-28-2014, 07:44 AM
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OP might not even need to go home because they nearly hit the 2 year mark.
OP came over on a PMV so could still be 6 months away from being eligible for 801 it depends when they applied for the 820. Until the 801 is granted they are still required by legally to report the breakdown.


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Old 10-28-2014, 07:48 AM
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I believe PR is still a possibility even if the relationship breaks down (I remember reading something about that in the partner migration booklet but can't quote it) BUT you still have to report the breakdown and work with DIBP to determine if appropriate conditions are met or not.
Correct, there are only a few reasons why and off the top of my head they are domestic violence and you have a child together, but of course it still has to be reported. We all signed saying that we would inform immigration if the relationship broke down.

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Old 10-28-2014, 08:19 AM
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So she has to go home as her skill is not in occupation list in demand so she can not apply for work visa here .
If she's not eligible for another visa, yes she may have to leave Australia. That doesn't justify committing fraud.

Lying about her relationship status in order to apply for a PR partner visa is fraud, and both she and her partner could get in a lot of trouble for this. It's because of people doing this, that partner visas are getting far more difficult for genuine couples to get.

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Out of everything else, the best method you can do here is to get back into serious relationship again. Think back and keep the love you felt to each other at the beginning of the relationship, and as a reward of it, not the intention to, get the visa.

Otherwise, you should notify as I would try the other way than risking everything for immigration fraud. I wouldn't risk anything for immigration fraud

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