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Old 04-15-2015, 06:09 PM
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sponsoring spouse while unemployed

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I am getting married overseas this December. I have only known my soon to be husband for just little over a month now but have never met face to face only over Skype and via phone calls. We would only have known each other for about 9 months by Dec. Will I be able to sponsor him over to Australia whilst on Centrelink? but am currently studying in TAFE.
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Old 04-16-2015, 02:09 AM
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Hi Leezy and welcome to the forum!! Sponsoring your spouse while on centrelink is not a problem. They removed the Assurance of Support obligation from this visa a few years ago!

HOWEVER!!! I suggest you have good read of the partner migration booklet!! Sponsoring your spouse to live in Australia is now a very expensive and very complex process that requires a LOT of evidence to prove the genuine nature of your relationship you will need evidence of combining of your lives - cohabitation/joint utilities/shared finances/social events etc.

Based on your circumstances I would suggest not applying for a defacto visa (as even when married you have to be able to provide good evidence of a genuine and continuing relationship)....go and visit your partner face to face...then apply for a prospective marriage visa - and marry in Australia once it's been granted!! There is a lot less evidence required for this visa and you can apply after you have met face to face!! Meeting/getting married on the same visit and then applying for a spouse visa - has a very high chance of rejection!!

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