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Someone advise me from this forum that It would be great for my ROC if I can get affidavite from my spouse about that marriage is just didn't work out.

Can anyone please give me format for that kind of latter , if anyone has?

Thanks

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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You don't need an affidavit from your former spouse. It doesn't mean anything really. Relationship evident such as shared debts and bills are more important.

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Someone advise me from this forum that It would be great for my ROC if I can get affidavite from my spouse about that marriage is just didn't work out.

Can anyone please give me format for that kind of latter , if anyone has?

Thanks

You need divorce first for the ROC, and present the evidence that your marriage was Bona fide. (pictures, lease together, insurance together, account banks, etc.)

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You don't need an affidavit from your former spouse. It doesn't mean anything really. Relationship evident such as shared debts and bills are more important.

Thanks for your reply. If I get letter from her saying that marriage entered in good faith but didn't worked out, then is it help in my ROC?

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Thanks for your reply. If I get letter from her saying that marriage entered in good faith but didn't worked out, then is it help in my ROC?

It won't hurt, but it doesn't necessarily mean anything either. They could think that you paid her to write the letter, that you paid her to marry you.. a letter doesn't disprove this. She also doesn't know for sure that you didn't marry her for fake reasons, you could just be playing nice now. I'm not saying that any of this applies to you but I'm just showing how a letter doesn't disprove any of this.

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