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partner visa break down--please help??

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please help, im on a partner visa, and have been ask to provide the second stage application after the 2 years period, unfortunately my relationship is not doing well and my partner refuse to signed the stat dec to complete the application, i have been in this relationship for 8 years and weve got a 6 yrs old son.. what happens if i let the immigration know about whats happening,, does anyone know if ill still be granted a pr to stay.. my only worry is my son, he is in kindy and an australian citizen, do i have right over him since i am not a citizen, would they send me back home? please help... any one??? thank you, im very worried.

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I think you need the advice of migration agent and familly lawyer. With all due respect to our membership - we're not experts and what you need is sound and solid advice in this situation.

 

Good luck


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please help, im on a partner visa, and have been ask to provide the second stage application after the 2 years period, unfortunately my relationship is not doing well and my partner refuse to signed the stat dec to complete the application, i have been in this relationship for 8 years and weve got a 6 yrs old son.. what happens if i let the immigration know about whats happening,, does anyone know if ill still be granted a pr to stay.. my only worry is my son, he is in kindy and an australian citizen, do i have right over him since i am not a citizen, would they send me back home? please help... any one??? thank you, im very worried.

 

From what you have posted I expect you will be OK, whatever your partner does, or does not do. If you want me to have a look at your case, send an email to: visa@pinoyau.com

 

I strongly advise that you do not contact the DIAC before you have taken professional advice.


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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Having an Oz son should mean you will be able to stay in Oz so don't panic - but you really do need to seek professional advice here - you must do it properly and quickly.

 

Don't delay - get control by getting professional advice now it will be worth every dollar!

 

Good luck


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I hope you get this sorted out soon, as everyone else has suggested get the advice of someone in the know, which probably isn't any of us mere mortals.

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I have read about similar cases previously. Don't worry, it can be sorted, but I would recommend you get an agent to assist you with it.

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Guest jcs01

Thank you every one, I will seek some help on this.

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Having an Oz son should mean you will be able to stay in Oz so don't panic - but you really do need to seek professional advice here - you must do it properly and quickly.

 

Don't delay - get control by getting professional advice now it will be worth every dollar!

 

Good luck

 

IARC have registered migration agents who assist in these matters for no charge.


Westly Russell Registered Migration Agent 0316072 www.pinoyau.com

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