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About jamila

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  1. Well done to you.. It's all difficult in my case, I am in a country where applying for visa to Western countries requires too many requirements and I dont have any of those. I dont have a job here because I am looking after my son from my ex husband and even if I have a job money is not enough for show money. My parents will never support me even if they have millions. I dont get any single penny from them since I stopped studying. It is just difficult and there just a long list to mention. My partner can support me but he does not have for show money also. Thanks for sharing every one, really appreciate it.
  2. Ohhh God. I hope there is still hope and other way.
  3. I totally understand my partner's situation. He is concerned with his kids leaving him no choice. And I have accepted the fact, rather than being with my ex-husband that i never felt he was there and cared at all esp to our son. I am not ranting :rolleyes:. Each and everyone of us have different opinions and feelings. Peace everyone. :wink:
  4. He is still married to his wife. He never processed a divorce papers when he divorced her. I married him when they were divorced and since he has kids, he wanted to take care of his own children and went back to her under Islamic Law... Yeah I understand that under Aus Law we are not legally married, so I am looking very well on to the de facto thing. We did not live together as of yet, only that we meet half way to spend some time together and yes he came once here in the Ph. Thank you so much for your response and the information shared to me. I highly appreciate all your kindness and time spent on answering to the posts. If you knew someone of on the same situation pls do let me know. I would like to get as much info and people with the same experiences as possible. Thank you sooooooo much. :cute:
  5. Hello there, My husband has a wife who he sponsored for I dont know how many years back. They've got 3 kids and the eldest is i think 14. So basically, he is legally married to her in Aus Law. I got married to my Aus husband in 2013 in Ph, since we are Muslims my husband is allowed to do that but of course it is under Islamic Law. My husband was saying, as what he was told that he cannot sponsor another partner or de facto because he is legally or the first one is registered under him. My husband said that if the immigration finds out about having 2 wives he might be imprisoned. And he also said that a migration lawyer was telling him that. I dont know but he also does not want to risk. What he knew is he cannot sponsor me even under de facto. Has someone been in the same situation as mine? Pls advice.
  6. Hello, Is this still the case now? that an Australian sponsor can give sponsorship even he has a legal one registered... I have heard that it is not the case.. please give me more info about it. Thanks