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I am trying to build up votes to get my husband to stay in Australia i have been married for 8yrs and have 3 children under 7yrs of age, my husband came to australia back in 2008 on a spouse visa when my second child was born the immigration sent us my husbands refusual letter because apparently we didnt give them the birth certificate and we had not recieved it yet we went to the immigration to give them the certificate and then they tried to lock him up and send him to detention we explained that we did not recieve the letter of refusual because the post office was delayed in delivering it we didnt recieve the letter till 3 months after the immigration sent it to us. In the refusal letter it says that we have 28 days to apeal and because we did not recieve the letter we didnt have the chance to apeal it so they cancelled his visa and put him on bridging visa e.
The immigration advised us to send a letter the the minister of immigration with proof that we have been together all these years and we did and 2 yrs later they send us that there is nothing they can do about it. In the last 4 years iv been supporting my husband and my 3 kids as he is not allowed to work study or have medicare so its been so hard for me now they have given us no hope and given him 10 days to leave the country this is unbelievable and i cant believe this is happening to someone that was born and raised her and i have 3 kids what am i going to do and i cant afford to go with him back to lebanon because i am practicually living on my centrelink money i need to raise awareness this is my second petition and nothing has happened i just want to stay here and i want my husband to be with his family and his children that adore him to death i do not know how i am going to tell them that ur father is going to leave us please if there is any way for him to stay with his family we need help asap thank you!
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