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Old May 8th 2012, 2:24 am   #1
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Just a quick question for the defacto visa I know you have to be living together for a 12 month period but, if there was a 8 week break in this required period due to unforseen circumstances it is maybe possible that DIAC would still ok the visa?

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Old May 8th 2012, 2:51 am   #2
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Sorry just realised that the answer is on the DIAC site oops
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Hi Guys
Just a quick question for the defacto visa I know you have to be living together for a 12 month period but, if there was a 8 week break in this required period due to unforseen circumstances it is maybe possible that DIAC would still ok the visa?

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Just need to be able to explain the gap and prove that the relationship was continuing.
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Thank you Polly as always you are very helpful
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