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Hi, I am new in this forum. I have got an opportunity to study in Australia for a year. My uncle who stays in USA and holds the citizenship of that country is also my guardian. Can he sponsor my Australian visa? Can anyone help me with information?
 

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it may be a problem for someone from USA sponsoring your visa for Australia. However, if you really want to get the details on this issue, i would suggest that you seek professional help from someone like the Chopras who know exactly how these things work. It will be easier for you to sort the details.
 

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What do you want to study in Australia?

I was enrolled at University and was never required to provide a guardian - just proof of sufficient funds.
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Unless you can afford to pay for study and living expenses yourself and you have sufficient funds, you have to mention in your application the name and relationship of a sponsor who will fund your educational and living expenses in Australia. Normally, the closer the relationship is, the better it is.
 
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