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Defacto visa marriage cert evidence required if have divorce decree absolute?

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Guest Pandy12

Hello All

 

My partner (Aus citizen) and I are just going through the spouse visa application form 47SP.

He was married to an Aus citizen back in the late 80's and the marriage broke down early 90's but he did not manage to get a divorce until 96 as his former wife was hard to track down.

 

At the end of the application form it asks for both marriage certificate and divorce decree absolute. At the moment he cannot find either docs but can send away for the divorce decree absolute. I am wondering if anyone knows whether this will suffice onits own or whether he has to provide the marriage certificate as well.

Any info would be useful.

 

Kind regards

Pandy

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Apply for both from the relevant registries and whiile you are at it, a certifcation of civil status.


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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Guest Pandy12

thanks for your reply Russell, will check with OH to see if he can get that certification too.

All the best

Pandy

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Guest Pandy12

Hi Russell

OH has asked what you mean by civil status as we are not too sure what that is.

many thanks

Pandy

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