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‘Clocks ticking’ for separated couple visas

The third budget released by Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg outlined billions of dollars of spending but one aspect many noticed was the Federal suggestion on international borders.

The budget suggests the international border won’t reopen until mid 2022, a date which has upset many hopeful travelers and lovers in long distance relationships.

Josh is one of those looking to get closer to his Fiancé Adriana and daughter Zoe, who are stuck in South America.

“You can’t plan for the future… We can’t wait forever,” Josh told John Stanley.

The complexity around a Prospective Marriage Visa mixed with closed international borders has cost couples thousands of dollars and their calls for help have fallen on deaf ears.

Join Josh and John and he shares a story shared by thousands across Australia who hope one day they’ll see their other half.

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