Hi I'm an overseas student from Indonesia who overstay her student visa for 2 years in australia.. I get 3 years bannedAnd now I gonna married with my boyfriends and He is a frenchCitizen..Can I Be Denied a Spouse Visa in French Because of my previous Overstay in australia? If so,what should I do with that? Is any chance for me?
French authorities no have no knowledge of your visa overstay in Australia. French immigration system is not interlinked with the Australian administration.
Hi Perrin thanks for the answer..I'm in dilemma now,because I have read a lot of story that they said Australia share imigration information with all EU country..but how about my deport stamp on my passport?I got that stamp on my old passport because they said i have to bring my old and new passport and make copies of the first 5 pages of the passport, including all the pages which contain visas or stamps when I apply for a visa..
You may be asked for your criminal record, but a visa overstay does not belong to the category of crime screened by this process. And cannot affect your request for a spouse visa if you are marrying a French citizen.And no, I repeat, immigration in EU countries are not interlinked with Australian immigration.
8 years as a Senior judge at Paris Conseil de Prud'hommes (Paris Industrial Tribunal)
Hi perrin i really hope it will be fine for meBecause i have read A lot of people in uk get refuse because of overstay issueHow about if i go there by my own wish? I mean if i apply for student visa? Sorry i ask too much and late replaying. It will be my last question.. And i will press the accept answerThank you very much Tina
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