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Old 03-05-2015, 06:49 AM
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Proof of evidence

Hi Everyone,
I just finished all my evidence of our relationship and i have a
2 question.
I am with my partner 1 year and we are going to marrie in next week. After then i am gonna move with him . How i can proof we are join responsibility
For bills and sharing of finnance if i am not working ( he wants me stay home ) and he is paying everything? Utilities account on both name but everything is paid from joint account .
And second question is under the nature ofcommitment to each other
We dont have a will and super. It is something else ehat we can add under that section ?
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Old 03-06-2015, 07:22 PM
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You are getting married. Marriage certificate is enough then. All the rest that you are worried about apply to couples in a de facto relationship. But, this is from my limited knowledge on the topic. Please do search the forums to find out more. Also read the documents checklist: h t t p : / / www[dot]immi[dot]gov[dot]au/ visas/pages/checklists/189[dot]aspx


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Old 03-06-2015, 07:43 PM
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You are getting married. Marriage certificate is enough then. All the rest that you are worried about apply to couples in a de facto relationship. But, this is from my limited knowledge on the topic. Please do search the forums to find out more. Also read the documents checklist: h t t p : / / www[dot]immi[dot]gov[dot]au/ visas/pages/checklists/189[dot]aspx
You absolutely definitely need evidence beyond a marriage certificate. The certificate just waives the 12 months living together requirement. You still need to show shared finances - you can put your name on the account even if you're not contributing to it - you need to show that you are using the same money it doesn't matter who earns it.
There are free templates online for wills, that's a good way to demonstrate the long lasting nature of your commitment to each other.

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Old 03-06-2015, 08:04 PM
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You absolutely definitely need evidence beyond a marriage certificate. The certificate just waives the 12 months living together requirement. You still need to show shared finances - you can put your name on the account even if you're not contributing to it - you need to show that you are using the same money it doesn't matter who earns it.
There are free templates online for wills, that's a good way to demonstrate the long lasting nature of your commitment to each other.
Are you sure? Here is a (Indian) scenario that I know of first hand:
A friend who got married sometime in late 2014 (so not that long ago). Was an arranged marriage- i.e. there was no cohabitation between them, neither did they know each other. Got their marriage certificate in about 15 days time, got their passports renewed (with each others names endorsed as spouse names), filed the EOI, got an invite, applied for 189 PR visa and got the grant as well.


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Are you sure? Here is a (Indian) scenario that I know of first hand: A friend who got married sometime in late 2014 (so not that long ago). Was an arranged marriage- i.e. there was no cohabitation between them, neither did they know each other. Got their marriage certificate in about 15 days time, got their passports renewed (with each others names endorsed as spouse names), filed the EOI, got an invite, applied for 189 PR visa and got the grant as well.
If the OP is applying for a partner visa (subclass 820 or 309), yes I am absolutely sure they will need more evidence than a marriage certificate.
I dint know anything about 189s.

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Thank you guys ....Thats help me a lot .


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Old 03-07-2015, 03:41 AM
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Thanks IndyMama. I guess the rules on this topic might be slightly different for PR visas like 189.

Cabrika,

Can you let us know your visa type, and your findings so far about the documentation required?

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Old 03-07-2015, 06:32 AM
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Partner visas are also permanent residency visas (PR). Reading the DIBP website tells me that the 189 is skilled independent migration.
For the partner visa (subclass 300 for prospective marriage, 820 for onshore spouse or defacto partners, and 309 for offshores), the applicants qualifications for the visa are based solely on thir genuine and continuing relationship with an Australian or eligible NZ citizen or Australian PR holder. That's why so much evidence about the relationship is required - to prevent scammers from thinking a marriage certificate gets you an easy Australian visa.
For the 189, the applicant is assessed on their skills, and they are allowed to include family members in their application. The189 visa is not based on the relationship it is based on the primary applicants demonstrated skills.

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Old 03-07-2015, 06:46 AM
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In2aus i am under student visa subclass 572
and i got under the financial aspect :
Join ownership - i have a car on my name but insurance
Is under his name
Sharing of finance - bank statement shows he is sending
Money on my account and i sent him plus he paid my school from his card
Evidence about joint account we just opened now and gonna use now
Sharing of houshold bills and expenses- statement from bank he pay grocery and all shoping
Under nature of household
Living arrangement - written agreement how we were living before and how we living when i moved in his house
Join ownership - written agreement from him( he is owning house) i am living with him
Joing utilities account - both name on bills(water, electricity, telstra, private insurance)
Join responsibilities for bills day to day living- i can add just statement he pay everything cover living expenses
Corresponde adresse- i already change school, all my abank account, my driving license, the agency what i came through that id going straight to immi, my school insurance)
Under the social aspect i have:
Evidence y2 are generally accepted as a couple- invitation to wedding 2 april with both names on, written agreement from my best friend she knows about us from beggining, other friends we been togethere on concert asot . (Ticket)
Evidence y2 have declared to goverment relationship- marriage certificate
Statutary declaration from my best friend my sister and mami both live in Slovakia but they been here twice on holiday with us ( photo, fly ticket) and from his side 2 people his brother and his brother in law i meet them sometimes but i dont have any evidence i meret them
Evidence of joint sporting cultural and social - photos of diving in holiday at byron bay, printed ticket frpm cinema on valentine , holiday in eagliu view mail of booking , holiday in buron bay stayement of bank about paymant, mail of confirmation , facebook pages screenshot i dont have many
Under nature of commintment
Knowledge of each other- i know everything))))
Intention that relationship will be long term - i dont have anything
Will- he is gonna write will and i gonna write will
Correspondence and itemised phone account-
We didnt have any period of separation
Additional proofs -
Statement of bank about gifts what he bout me kitten and ring and clothes parfum car
Statement of etag he was wisiting me nearly every day in my house and my statement i was visiting him iften when we were living separetly
Emails what he was writting to me e.g about improve my english ( mice email), love letters between us ( i really wanted keep for myself but if is necessery i will)
Phone call statement how often we call each other
Msg between us

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And also if forgot to write mariagge certificate ))))


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