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VIC Issues with Ex-Husband Under Immigration Law

Discussion in 'Immigration Law Forum' started by MissSomeone, 3 March 2016.

  1. MissSomeone

    MissSomeone Well-Known Member

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    Ex-husband is illegally in the country. Ex-wife removed the sponsorship when they separated. The ex-husband was meant to get deported back in 2014 but it never happen. What reason would there be for him to still be in the country? What is the likely chance the ex-husband being on a bridging visa?

    Also, there is a child involved. The mother has full custody of children, and the ex-husband has supervised DHS visits twice a week for an hour. If the father gets a DNA test and he is proven to be the father and possibly gets his name on the birth certificate, what is the likely chance of him getting permanent residency in Australia under Immigration Law? Can he still get deported? Is there anyone the ex-wife can speak to get him deported?
     
  2. Sophea

    Sophea Well-Known Member

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    You can contact the Department of Immigration and tell them you suspect your ex is in the country without a proper visa. I'm sure they will look into it.
     

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