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Old 01-09-2015, 02:33 AM
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Hi guys.

My wife and i are planning to lodge my partner visa 820 onshore next month as I am on tourist visa 600.But we're thinking if it is possible for our application to be denied because my wife (my sponsor) can't work anymore due to her pregnancy. She doesn't have enough funds to her account and we' re just going to borrow some money from my sister for the application fee. What further financial documents does she need to provide to prove that she can sponsor me?


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Mick many people on Centrelink have sponsored their partners.. funds are generally not an issue to the application. I'm sure other members will have some more info for you to consider too.

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Old 01-09-2015, 03:08 AM
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thanks rani !

My wife doesnt have a centrelink, but im planning to work right after the bridging visa comes out. Is it possible that my bridging visa will restrict me to work even though they know that my wife and i are not financially stable?


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Your sponsor doesn't need to show any proof of ability to financially support you.

Once you apply, you'll be given a Bridging Visa A which comes with full work rights.

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Actually, it shouldn't be a problem. If you're on a tourist visa 600 and have no risk of overstaying and apply onshore for an 820 before your partner visa expires, there's no risk of getting a bridging visa that doesn't allow work. You'll get a BVA and it will allow you full work rights.

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I knew there would be someone more knowledgeable than me Goodluck Mick

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Thank you very much guys. ��
Were just confused As the financial stability of the sponsor is one of the main requirements. It says that the sponsor should be able to support me for atleast the first two years of my stay here in australia. Which we were afraid that she wont able to pass that requirement right now because shes not working.
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It used to be a requirement called "Assurance of Support." It is no longer a requirement. You can detail, as part of your statements about your relationship, your plans for supporting her - what kind of income you had in the country you're from, how you plan to find a job, etc. You can also provide your own paystubs, etc. to prove you're capable of earning a living IF YOU WANT TO. This isn't necessary, though. They would ask for them if they wanted them. All they care about is that you can work together to support yourselves. It really and truly is not a problem. They don't even require evidence of sponsor's income anymore.

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we are relieved now. Thank you very much guys. Well appreciated


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