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Temporary Residence Visa Application

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    Posted: 05/April/2015 at 22:42
Dear Madam/Sir,

I am writing on behalf of my Filipina friend that is on Partner (Provisional) (class UF) visa which was granted 2 weeks ago. Her husband (Australian citizen) has wrote to the immigration in Queensland to withdraw the sponsorship for her visa stating that they are differences in their marriage. She was surprised about her husband's decision as they happy and good before she left Australia to have holiday in the Philippines. I am wondering if my friend can still enter and live in Australia? Does anybody here know the processes of immigration on canceling visa? Can I complain to the immigration regarding domestic violence seeing he has hurt me physically few months ago? is this enough reason for me to keep my visa? Hoping to hear from you soon. Thank you.

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  Quote RMAJennifer Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26/November/2015 at 15:40
Hello,

Have you received advice about your situation yet?
I have had much experience dealing with domestic violence claims in relation to obtaining Permanent Residency. I am a Registered Migration Agent and would be willing to give a free assessment of the case however there will be a fee involved for any subsequent submission to DIBP.
Sincerely,
Jennifer

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