In relation to and on behalf of Fred Charms, a British citizen who has previously been in Australia on a Working Holiday (Class TZ) (subclass 417) visa, which was granted in the United Kingdom on 14 May 2009.
After working in regional Australia Fred had previously applied for a second subclass 417 visa which was refused due to not working in a specified occupation, Fred subsequently applied for Merits Review at the Migration Review Tribunal (MRT) which was also unsuccessful.
Fred subsequently left Australia as a Lawful Non-citizen (LNC) on a Bridging visa A at the end of 2010 and returned back home to the UK.
Fred has also substantially complied with the conditions of his Working Holiday (Class TZ) (subclass 417) visa, as …show more content…
Unfortunately Betty’s parents are quite elderly and are unable to care for Betty themselves.
Betty’s treating doctors and psychologist are concerned about the stress associated with the uncertainty of Fred’s possible departure and the effect that this is having on Betty’s deteriorating health.
II. Legal Basis:
Pursuant to Regulation 2.05(4) of the Migration Regulations 1994 (Cth) (the Regulations), since the granting of Fred’s subclass 600 visa, the compelling and compassionate circumstances that have developed over which Fred had no control and that resulted in a major change to his circumstances are as follows:
1. Betty’s illness deteriorates and is exacerbated to the point where she is no longer able to work.
2. Fred and Betty had to move into Betty’s parent’s house.
3. Fred needed to care for Betty as her parents are elderly and unable to care for her themselves.
These compassionate and compelling circumstances have all taken place since the grant of Fred’s visa, Fred has had no control of these circumstances and they have resulted in a major change to his …show more content…
This will also reduce the effects that the stress of this situation is having upon Betty, hopefully allowing her condition to improve enough to allow this couple to build a life together. As well as removing the burden of worry upon Betty’s parents that Betty might be left with no one to care for her, in her deteriorated and fragile state.
The legislation has prescribed the circumstances which must exist in order for the Minister or a delegate of the Minister to exercise their power to grant a waiver of condition 8503, in this case I submit that these circumstances do indeed exist and I respectfully request in writing a waiver of the 8503 from Fred’s Visitor (Class FA) (subclass 600) visa.
If you should require any further information with which to assist you in your decision, or you would like to discuss this matter further, please contact Adam Ward on 0497 788 891.
The documentation and evidence that I have attached and included in support of this application for a waiver of condition 8503 and to assist you in the decision making process are as follows:
1. Fred and Betty’s Wedding