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Old 04-15-2013, 11:28 AM
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Is it acceptable to just state you plan to look for a job when you get to Australia? would i actually have to show them i have a job ready? it doesnt seem realistic considering you have to apply 9 before you 'may' get the visa....
Oh i just realized that wasn't aussieboy07 who wrote that haha


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Old 04-15-2013, 11:36 AM
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I don't think anyone can expect you to have a job lined up 9 months before you actually get into the country.

As I mentioned, my partner's situation is slightly different, which is lucky for us (he worked at his old company for almost 10 years and they've been asking him to come back ever since he moved to the UK).

If I was in your situation I would maybe outline your plans for finding a job, evidence of the job you have got at the moment (if applicable) and qualifications/experiences (ideally proving you'd be working in an occupation that is on Australia's "wanted skills" list).

But please check with others that have been in a similar situation! This is just what I would do...

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Old 04-15-2013, 11:38 AM
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Oh i just realized that wasn't aussieboy07 who wrote that haha
Haha, even the forum is now getting confusing


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Old 04-15-2013, 11:41 AM
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You guys are definitely lucky! Thats great though i don't think you have anything you need to worry about

Yeah i guess thats all you can do...like you said it's not like i can apply and say "i need a job for 10 months time and i cannot confirm we will definitely be coming" haha.
I'll look into it for sure though


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Old 04-16-2013, 12:31 PM
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I don't think anyone can expect you to have a job lined up 9 months before you actually get into the country.

As I mentioned, my partner's situation is slightly different, which is lucky for us (he worked at his old company for almost 10 years and they've been asking him to come back ever since he moved to the UK).

If I was in your situation I would maybe outline your plans for finding a job, evidence of the job you have got at the moment (if applicable) and qualifications/experiences (ideally proving you'd be working in an occupation that is on Australia's "wanted skills" list).

But please check with others that have been in a similar situation! This is just what I would do...

Hi!
I just wanted to confirm you are right Rheia! I wrote to London immigration and got this response

Below is the email i sent:

My partner and i are beginning the process of
collecting documents we need to have for the partnership visa 309 and i
just wanted to ask you how i (the sponsor) can prove i can financially
support my partner as i am currently not living in Australia and can not make job applications 9-12 months in advance on the basis i 'may' return to Australia if my partner is granted a visa. Am i required to show some type of proof for this or do i just need to sign the agreement that i will support my
partner?

The following is the response i received:

Thank you for your enquiry.

In relation to your query, please note that the applicant is required to be
sponsored for a Partner visa by an Australian citizen, Australian permanent
resident or eligible New Zealand citizen partner. As part of the
sponsorship obligations the sponsor is agreeing to provide adequate
accommodation and financial support for you and any dependents. The sponsor
will need to sign a sponsorship undertaking at the end of the form 40SP
Sponsorship for a Partner to Migrate to Australia. This legally binds the
sponsor to the sponsorship obligations. In addition, they may provide a
statement and/or evidence detailing how they meet these requirements
including how they and their partner intend to support themselves once
arrived in Australia. There is no specific format for this.
Please refer to Booklet 1 Partner Migration for further information.
Partner Migration Booklet

When lodging your application for a partner visa, please feel free to
include a covering letter explaining your circumstances.
Please note that within 7-10 your application will be allocated to a
case-officer at which point you will be able to discuss your concerns with
them.



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