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Old 07-16-2012, 10:07 PM
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Default Boyfriend a Convicted Felon. Can he visit me?

my bf is a convicted felon in usa and i am in australia. i want him to come out here on a tourist visa to visit for a while. has anyone been through this and is it a problem getting the visa..? doesn any kind of conviction stop u from entering australia and how strict is it? what about mental health issues? are u best denying anything like that? or do they check if u have a diagnosis?? please help!!
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Old 07-17-2012, 03:51 AM
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my bf is a convicted felon in usa and i am in australia. i want him to come out here on a tourist visa to visit for a while. has anyone been through this and is it a problem getting the visa..? doesn any kind of conviction stop u from entering australia and how strict is it? what about mental health issues? are u best denying anything like that? or do they check if u have a diagnosis?? please help!!
My bf is a convicted felon in USA as well and I live overseas. I know he will be able to get a passport and leave the country, only thing is if the other country will allow him in. But if you are an Australian citizen and he has proof that he is coming to visit you, he has a return ticket booked as evidence and all, I think it should be fine. I read a story a few months back on a TX guy who was wrongly convicted of murder (he had other charges as well before) and he went to Australia for a holiday. I don't know what you mean by mental health issues, are they something like depression or are we talking about something more serious here?
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diagnosed with bipolar so yes basically depression..but more concerned about probation and how that works..still has 2 years to go..

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