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Old 01-01-2015, 06:19 PM
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Your asking if committing fraud could have a horrible effect on your visa?

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1. I think it would be highly unusual for a case officer to request education/employment document for a partner visa. I've no idea under what circumstances they'd request them, although they do have the right to ask for documentation.

2. If you've had a refusal for false documentation, you'd have a record of PIC 4020 on your file. In this case, I'd highly recommend you speak with a registered migration agent to ensure any issues this may cause to your new application can be addressed properly.

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Hi Manu. Are you currently living with your wife? Or have you been living apart since December?

Also what do you mean by studying and doing business? What Visa where you on and what type of business was it?

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Some notes for the OP:

In some cases where a birth is 'late registered' case officers sometimes request elementary school records, a baptismal certificate (or equivalent) or other ID evidence.

ALL previous visa issues of either party MUST be declared. Failure to declare could be fatal and various authorities know anyway.

To the extent possible, stay clear of VHS.

From what has been posted, it looks as if there might be serious issues to be resolved.

If you are represented by a registered migration agent, take the advice of your agent. If not, you might want to consider consulting a registered agent for advice about strategy.

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Yep, I agree with the above - you definitely need a MARA-registered agent.

Maggie - our agent (George Lombard) had us include my employment and education information in addition to my husband's when we applied. When there's a health waiver involved, I do know they look at the potential "net benefit" to Australia of both partners. Demonstrating that I have the capacity to earn a decent income in Australia (and thus pay taxes) could only be a good thing. I didn't ask him why he had us include those documents, but since we were anticipating potentially going through the health waiver process, I thought perhaps that was the reason - maybe he wanted to stave off concerns that I wouldn't be a net benefit to the country, OR stave off concerns that my health issues would make me unemployable (which isn't the case). Maybe both. We didn't end up going through the health waiver process anyway, as you know, thank goodness, as I ended up passing the medical, but instances where there's a health waiver involved could be another example of when a CO might ask for this type of documentation.

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thanks

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