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Old 07-09-2012, 12:31 AM
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hi i hv applied defecto visa month ago n last week i got mail from immigration i hv to apply work rights ..i hv download form 1005 ..i hv some supportive docs bt i do i need to write cover letter n how can i show our expenses do i need to make any excel sheet?
as my pertner is not earning good money n he has some loan payments as well we really dnt know wht to do can any1 suggest me please????


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Old 07-09-2012, 09:46 AM
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hey jim3205

I just went through that process...

check it out here

all the best for you!

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Thanx guys ... Itz really helpful... Thanx heeeeaps :-)


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Ok I just went through this process last week and this is how I did it.
My situation is I applied for a partner visa 802 and 801 in February. At the time I was on a student visa which expired on 30.05.2012, I had condition 8105 at the time I could only work 20 hours a week. When my bridging visa took effect on 1.6.2012 it had the same conditions of my student visa. My partner and I were struggling with finances and all I did was fill in form 1005. I attached phone bills , electricity bills bank statements, I also took a note and wrote down a breakdown of our weekly earning and subtracted all the bills approximate groceries, bills, transport bla bla bla and the balance was like 12 dollars.I also wrote a note explaining why my husband is not able to suppot me and the reason was we just moved into a house where I am the main bread winner and the rent is just too much for my husband who is on centrelink. I applied on Wednesday last week and Monday morning I received an email with full rights to work full time. I visited the vevo website and the condition 8105 had been removed.


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Hi...
i came to Australia on a students visa back in 2008 and could not attend college for a year, due to personal reasons (My BAD)..then applied for an extension to which it was rejected..then i applied for an appeal in the MRT which the decision was also negative..having 28 days to leave the country i got married to my partner on 12.12.12 (who was a permanent resident at that time (has her citizenship ceremony on the 26th jan) and since placed on a Bridging visa C on the 30th september 2013..since i have been restricted to work due to the visa conditions my wife was forced to quit her job in Melbourne and relocate to Brisbane due to better paying job. But i couldn't join or move with her cause we signed a lease of one year and three months with our landlord..Our marriage is legit and since 3 months my wife is in Brisbane and i am here in Melbourne...would this be a problem when i explain to the immigration on Form 1005??
I don't have any receipts on shopping and other stuff..i don't get utilities bills in my name as we stay in the landlord's house and share the bills..also i pay him cash for the rent..all my transactions shown on the bank statement are in Victoria so i have to show the immigration we live separately though i would be moving there in a months time..
Also we are bound to have a traditional wedding back home overseas..we were meant to have the wedding last year in december but due to no travel rights we had no option other than postponing it...Without a Job its difficult to make ends meet..and my wife is really stressed as she is saving up for the wedding and also supports her family back home..Please Help!!


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I'm confused. You're on a Bridging Visa C, but you haven't already applied for another type of visa yet?

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'We couldn't break the lease' doesn't really seem like a reason not to live together. You generally can pay to break leases, and even if you can't, why wouldn't you go with her?

Not trying to be overly harsh, but you've given immi reason to doubt you by breaking conditions on one visa, you really don't want to be handing them reasons to reject you on a plate.

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i applied for a spouse visa in september 2013 that's how i went on a bridging C..


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@Tulauras...when my wife applied for the job she didn't expect to get it straight away...she lives with her sister who had room only for one!! we searched a lot for houses within our budget but everything is so expensive..many agents would not approve of one person not working..and also we don't have enough money to pay the landlord and break the lease and also pay rent somewhere else simultaneously..


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Old 01-14-2014, 04:04 AM
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i applied for a spouse visa in september 2013 that's how i went on a bridging C..
What are you worried about/trying to supply evidence for if you already applied for your spouse visa?

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