Immigration law, student visa, employment visa, partner visa
DIAC will not provide you anything about his visa at all. His nationality could be important in all of this. He might get to stay longer if he claims family violence against you - that can lead to a permanent visa.
CSA should be keeping up with him and if he is not working on purpose they will hold that against him. But, if he's on a bridging visa it may be he isn't allowed to work.
For property settlement, I'd get that done in Australia if I were you and it doesn't matter too much where his assets are depending on his nationality. You could ask to subpoena his immigration records as part of your child and property proceedings.
It's not so much custody as access rights. As the child was born in Australia he's not going to be taking it - questing us the visitation a court will give him if he leaves the country.
If you think there's any risk he might try to take the child overseas get th child on a watch list that will prevent the child being taken outside Austrlalia,
Calmar 2015-05-02 18:54:09