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  1. I watched it last night. Most of the accusations were against staff, not actresses. Some of it was not just sexual misconduct. The man is a bully of the highest order. He's a germ.
  2. Australian Aged Pension

    Oops, sorry about that. I'd suggest most blokes on this forum would be well past the age of worrying about the CSA.
  3. BBC1 says a release date yet to be confirmed. Sounds promising though.
  4. Australian Aged Pension

    IMO, the CSA would be the hardest government agency to work in. Just about every decision made, either upsets mum or dad, and you're in a pretty much no win scenario. You can just imagine dad trotting off to Bali with his girlfriend only to be stopped from leaving at the airport
  5. Well, 3 or 4 months a year in Australia isn't a problem. If you can be bothered to search, there have been a few refusal letters posted previously where the decision maker has just written something like "Ms X has spent 210 days out of the last 280 days in Australia. I believe she is living in Australia blah blah blah". You cannot appeal an offshore tourist visa refusal anyway so the Ombudsman isn't much help.
  6. Australian Aged Pension

    Yep, it's done automatically by the ATO at the request of the CSA. They normally take the O/S amount and send you the balance, assuming there is any.
  7. Australian Aged Pension

    I'm not sure about being unable to vote. From memory you have to request being taken off the electoral role. If you don't, I'm pretty sure it's business as usual. I'd suggest most people living overseas would prefer not to vote.
  8. You won't find a time scale because there is none. When you say you maintain a 60/40 ratio, do you mean 40% of your time per year is spent in Australia? If so, that's pushing it. A lot depends on the Immigration officer at the airport. They will usually give you a warning that no more tourist visas will be issued if they're concerned she is living in Australia.
  9. A new series of 24 Hours in Police Custody has just started. The first episode called Sex and Corruption was mind boggling.
  10. I've known about woman who have been placed on bridging visas and have then had a new spouse application lodged for them. There's also cases where Immigration won't cancel the visa, they will just let it run it's natural cause and then don't grant PR. The visas aren't automatically cancelled although some are.
  11. Just to clarify a few things. As long as the person doesn't have 8503 (No Further Stay) condition on their visa , they can apply in Australia. After 2 years she will become an Australian Resident, not citizen. As long as her son has PR or citizenship, it doesn't matter.
  12. That's not correct. His only duty is to inform Immigration about the break up. Immigration will then deal with it. A lot of people apply along the domestic violence route and are allowed to stay.
  13. I don't think they do TBH. Unless you obtain your citizenship fraudulently or are convicted of terrorism related crimes, it doesn't happen that much, if any I think.
  14. It's not really on topic but basically if you don't vote, you get a fine. http://www.aec.gov.au/FAQs/Voting_Australia.htm#not-vote