You have been given the oportunity to deny the alligations and provide whatever proof you may have.
Do this and don't muck it up or your will end up having your visa revoked and possibly be deported.
The ball is in your court.
I cannot suggest to you what to write, other than you should write the truth. Perhaps you could enclose some dated photos of the two of you at family and social events together spanning over the time of your relationship.
I am NOT a lawyer. Anything said is NOT legal advice.
Please post your legal questions in a forum rather than sending a PM. Thanks.
The department is required to take all allegations seriously.
If the allegations are false, there should be no problem.
I think you will have to get testimonies from friends, your partners family. But the main factor will be your husband. He also must make a strong statement supporting your relationship.
You may seek to have the 28 days extended. You can try having the allegations against you released under the Freedom of Information act, form424a from the DIAC website. That way you might be able to see what exactly is going on, and how you can defend yourself against the allegation.
Standard processing time is around 30 days for the FOI request. So, if you want to wait for it, you must formally request an extension for that purpose.
The department should tell you of their decision to extend before the deadline. If no extension is provided, get your evidence in order, and prepare to defend your case.
It sounds like a terrible situation. I am sorry you are experiencing it.
Registered Migration Agent.
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