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  1. Hi Dear all Is it possible to 475 visa holder to get marry before the first entry?. Are there any visa restrictions to not get marry before the first entry?. suppose to apply visa for wife after the first entry... :wubclub: Need your opinions................. please reply........... thnx samk6
  2. we are due to fly to australia around october this year, have got our 175 visa, passports are stamped with visa stamp. but now we (well me really) have been discussing whether or not to get married before we go, just wondering though, will it cause any problems with our visas or passports. or can we just go ahead and proceed. dont want to jeopardise anything, or cause any more stress, av got loads on at the minute what with shipping, selling house etc. has anyone been through this and done it. any advice would be great cheers nicola
  3. <TABLE class=topic id=topic_viewer cellSpacing=0 width="100%" border=0 sizset="0" sizcache="1"><TBODY sizset="0" sizcache="1"><TR sizset="27" sizcache="0"><TD class=c_user rowSpan=2 sizset="27" sizcache="0"></TD><TD class=c_post style="WIDTH: 99%">HOW DO YOU DECIDE WHO TO MARRY? (written by kids) You got to find somebody who likes the same stuff. Like, if you like sports, she should like it that you like sports, and she should keep the chips and dip coming. -- Alan, age 10 No person really decides before they grow up who they're going to marry. God decides it all way before, and you get to find out later who you're stuck with. -- Kristen, age 10 WHAT IS THE RIGHT AGE TO GET MARRIED? Twenty-three is the best age because you know the person FOREVER by then. -- Camille, age 10 HOW CAN A STRANGER TELL IF TWO PEOPLE ARE MARRIED? You might have to guess, based on whether they seem to be yelling at the same kids. -- Derrick, age 8 WHAT DO YOU THINK YOUR MOM AND DAD HAVE IN COMMON? Both don't want any more kids. -- Lori, age 8 WHAT DO MOST PEOPLE DO ON A DATE? Dates are for having fun, and people should use them to get to know each other. Even boys have something to say if you listen long enough. -- Lynnette, age 8 (isn't she a treasure) On the first date, they just tell each other lies and that usually gets them interested enough to go for a second date. -- Martin, age 10 WHAT WOULD YOU DO ON A FIRST DATE THAT WAS TURNING SOUR? I'd run home and play dead. The next day I would call all the newspapers and make sure they wrote about me in all the dead columns. -- Craig, age 9 ( Future Goth perhaps ? ) WHEN IS IT OKAY TO KISS SOMEONE? When they're rich. -- Pam, age 7 The law says you have to be eighteen, so I wouldn't want to mess with that. - - Curt, age 7 The rule goes like this: If you kiss someone, then you should marry them and have kids with them. It's the right thing to do. -- Howard, age 8 IS IT BETTER TO BE SINGLE OR MARRIED? It's better for girls to be single but not for boys. Boys need someone to clean up after them. -- Anita, age 9 HOW WOULD THE WORLD BE DIFFERENT IF PEOPLE DIDN'T GET MARRIED? There sure would be a lot of kids to explain, wouldn't there? -- Kelvin, age 8 And the #1 Favorite is......... HOW WOULD YOU MAKE A MARRIAGE WORK? Tell your wife that she looks pretty, even if she looks like a dump truck. -- Ricky, age 10 You can see some distinct characters already formed :biglaugh: </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
  4. We fount out today that my fiance has been refused entry clearance to marry in the UK. It is a disaster. We have booked our wedding, people are flying from all over the world and I have my dress. We didn't know we needed any sort of visa for him to enter the UK to get married until the priest only told us in September we need to register our intention to marry at the local registry office and it was only after that the entry visa saga unfolded. He completed his biometrics in Brisbane and sent the form to the UK embassy in Canberra, only to have it returned because the fool at the Brisbane office hadn't signed off his paperwork properly. Back to Brisbane to get it signed off properly and sent again to Canberra for processing. Waiting with bated breath for the last week, until we received notice today that it was refused because we didn't submit enough supporting evidence with the application to proove that he is only planning to enter the UK to marry me and then leave again. We are all planning to go and live together in Australia once we are married. Has anyone else had anything like this? I went to an immigration lawyer today who suggested that the UK border agency are refusing lots of visas at the moment and that we may be as unsuccessful even if we reapply with all the correct evidence. How are we meant to be together??? We have a 7 year old daughter together and after a few years apart, we are desperate to all be together again. Can anyone give us a silver lining???? Desperately unhappy in London
  5. Hi all! I am a USA resident and am in the process of gathering all of the appropriate forms for a fiance visa to Australia to be able to marry my fiance. My fiance and I were together for over 8 years in the USA. We did not complete is process for him to stay in the USA legally and he was just sent back to Au. Boy...what a process with all the forms and letters! I am baffled by the whole process, but we want me to come there legally so that we may marry there and remain there together. Any advice is welcomed. I have inquired with several visa consultation specialists and they are so expensive to use. I am hoping that we can do this on our own. We have been going through all the check lists of papers we need and that is the simple step. What is intimidating me is the letters we are supposed to write about "us". Does anyone have any letters they might want to share as an example? I have a list of what they want us to cover in the letter. My dilemma is how much detail to go into. Any advice on this would be appreciated. Thanks for any help, Tami
  6. Guest

    intent to marry

    hi there and thanks to all that helped before. now she is back home in holland . we have loked at all we can do to get her back with me. so we are loking to file the intent to marry visa. i see no proplems filling out my side. but on reading her paper work i see that it asks about been refused entry to oz or been deported from here. will this cos a problem? she was in fiji and when coming back into oz they stopped her and found out she had did some work while she wsa here on a tourist visa and then they canceled her visa so she could not re enter. what is the best thing for us to do when filling this out. i will be speaking to cherl bird about it. but it is good to hear what others know or can help. and does any one know how long this will take as we are doing it as fast as we can to get things rollong our end. i just want her back with me as its not fun not been near the one you love thanks jason
  7. Guest

    William to marry Kate

    Prince William is to marry Kate Middleton next year, Clarence House has said. BBC News - Prince William to marry Kate Middleton next year
  8. Hi there I'm due to be married in Japan with my Japanese fiancé. In order to do this, I need to advertise 'intention to marry' in a newspaper for 7 consecutive days - strange process, I know. Anyway, my problem is I can't find a paper that will do this for a reasonable price - it can be a local paper, or anything that is in print daily. I live in Sydney - does anyone have any recommendations? So far I've tried the SMH (just to get a baseline price for a national paper) and the Wentworth Courier. I'm trying to save every penny for my expensive Japanese wedding, so any help would be most appreciated! Thank you
  9. Hi All, My partner and l would love to hear from others in a similar situation to ours, or from anyone really that can advise us. Our situation is'nt straight forward as such we have many questions about how best to meet the requirments of an Intent To Marry Visa. My partner and I met online, he lives in the UK and l in Australia, we have been together for almost 2 years. We are both over 30 and both have children to previous relationships, as such we can not afford to give up work and move to either country for a period of 12 months in order to meet the defacto relationship requirements as either of us can get working Visa's. We have been informed that this can be troublesome when prooving our relationship is genuine. I work part time and recieve part payment of the single parent benefit. My partner and l plan to get engaged in September when he comes over, l assume this will change my entitlements therefor placing me in a very difficult financial situation. I am very willing to endure this however l am concerned that the Immigration Department may see me as an unfit sponsor due to my financial situation. Can anybody inform me if this is the case please? My partner works for DHL as such it would be possible for him to transfer but only if approved for the Visa first, will the Immigration Department take this into consideration? Having gone through all the paperwork we know it will be an uphill battle getting a Visa but we will continue to try for as long as it takes so that we can be together. If anybody has any advice on how best to put forth our case we would greatly appreciate it. Thank You
  10. mlsdq

    Marry under Tourist Visa

    I am from a HR country and my aussie bf will visit me and take me to Australia together with him under Tourist Visa. Just wanna ask if I can marry him under Tourist Visa in Australia(since he wanna marry me), and if I can, Can i apply for a spouse visa onshore while under Tourist Visa? What if I get pregnant during my stay in Aus, can i ask for an extension until I give birth there? Thanks
  11. I applied for 485 visa.I am on bridging visa nowadays. I am going to marry soon. How can i bring my wife in Australia?
  12. Hello All, My name is Ryan i am Australian and currently living in Brisbane. I have a Spanish girlfriend we met in London 3 years ago, while i was on holidays and have lived, travelled and worked together all around the world, though this has been on and off since she studies in Spain and so have i in Australia, so we have had gaps in between living seperatley at various occasions. As we have lived seperately and kept in contact via skype,emails etc for months at a time, we are now looking into her moving to Australia permanently and starting a life here with me. As we do not have sufficient evidence to support a de facto visa, though have carried on a committed relationship for 3 years, as i see it our only options are for me to move overseas for the 12 months and fulfill all the criteria to get a defacto visa or spend large amounts of money for her to come study here, in which time under her student visa we can meet the 12 month requirement and apply for a defacto visa. Or besides for loving eachother very much, be forced into a situation where we are forced to marry. Your help would be muchly appreciated, as i think im missing something, since this seems to be a very hard situation to be in. Kind Regards Ryan
  13. Guest

    Intent To Marry Visa

    My partner and l met online over a year ago, he is from UK and l am Australian. We are both over the age over 31 so either of us are eligible for a working visa. We both have children so either of us can afford to live in a defacto relationship without the right to work. We had hoped to apply for an Intent To Marry Visa but everything we read suggests that we must have lived together for at least 12 months prior to applying. Travelling between countries is becoming very expensive and we really want to start our married life living in Australia. We would really appreciate any information people may have or to hear stories of couples in similiar situations.
  14. Guest

    Can I marry my ex-fiance?

    I am new to this site and I'm finding it increasingly difficult to get a straight answer from anyone without actually picking up the phone and calling immigration myself. So, I thought I'd take the plunge, risk sharing my dirty washing in public and see what everyone thinks. Several years ago, I arrived in Australia from the UK on a Subclass 300 (Prospective Marriage Visa). Unfortunately, due to the stress of trying to marry within 9 months the relationship ended in domestic violence. I left my fiancé and returned to the UK shortly before the visa Prospective Marriage visa expired. My ex fiancé and I had in the time of the relationship bought a house together and I returned to Australia on a Tourist Visa for settlement. During which time, I found an employer who offered me a 457 visa. I have now been working for this employer for more than 18 months. In the last few years, my ex fiancé and have become closer and closer, we understand why the relationship feel apart and without the pressure of getting married, we have blossomed together. The only issue we have now, is we want to get married and we are not sure how this will go down with immigration? Any advice would be gratefully received. Thanks Pickie1 :hug:
  15. Guest

    To marry or not to marry ??

    Hiya, might sound a silly question, but do you get looked up on more favourable with your visa app if you and your partner are married? We've been together 5yrs and are engaged, and someone told us the aus immigration authorities prefer it if your married?? ie my fiance will be going as defacto on my 176 app. Thanks
  16. Guest

    Marry here or in oz

    I keep thinking or more things I want to ask peoples advice on. My fiancee and I would ideally like to married in oz but I am wondering if it would be better to get married here first before I apply for a visa. He is an aussie citizen and we have a baby daughter who we are currently applying for citizenship for. Thanks for all help everyone. Ruth
  17. Does anyone know if you are applying for a spouse visa and you are married or are intending to marry,do you still have to show proof that you have been together for the 12 months prior to the application submission? thanks all
  18. noel2538

    We want to marry....

    Hi All Need some advise please.....:notworthy: OH and I have been together nearly nine years and engaged for six years, been talking that we'd like to get married before we go to Oz. Main reason are our families, Im divorced but OH never been married (wise man I hear you say ha ha). His Mum is nearly 77 and says its too far to fly at her age. It would be so nice for my Mum too, she doesnt talk about Oz at all - she's sad that we're going but understands why we're going:cute: But how does this affect our Visa and will Immi look on it favourable or not - any advise. Thanks Debbie
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