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State Sponsorship - Criteria


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Old 04-10-2010, 08:25 PM
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State Sponsorship - Criteria

Dears,

I am again writing with the reference of "criteria for Qualifying the State Sponsorship", as said in last thread, i use to eligible for South Australian State. My Consultant asked me to provide "Financial Capacity" Report from any Chartered Accountant Firm, and on that report i need to expose my assets and liquid Cash in my Bank, the aggregated amount would be min AUD$ 25000/per head, and for spouse further $5000 would be added, so seems i must have AUD$30000/- to apply for State Sponsorship, Can any will any any idea what if i couldn't manage that said amount (AUD 30k) that my case will be rejected, however i only can manage to show AUD$ 21000/-, will this work here.


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i have also the same querry

hii all
i have also the same querry..bcz i am just waiting for the skill assesment from engineers australia, then i will apply for state nomination of south australia.as i see their requirements, i also got confused wen i see the Financial Capacity form..so plz anybody who knows whats the minimum amount we must show to qualify for state nomination of south australia.
and plz tell me one thing more that is it true that they will take one month process time for state nomination or it take more time than that for visa 176 permanent residence????


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Dears,

I am again writing with the reference of "criteria for Qualifying the State Sponsorship", as said in last thread, i use to eligible for South Australian State. My Consultant asked me to provide "Financial Capacity" Report from any Chartered Accountant Firm, and on that report i need to expose my assets and liquid Cash in my Bank, the aggregated amount would be min AUD$ 25000/per head, and for spouse further $5000 would be added, so seems i must have AUD$30000/- to apply for State Sponsorship, Can any will any any idea what if i couldn't manage that said amount (AUD 30k) that my case will be rejected, however i only can manage to show AUD$ 21000/-, will this work here.


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Old 04-13-2010, 08:17 AM
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hi

Can anyone Please guide us!

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