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Old 12-08-2011, 05:18 AM
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Good luck fingers crossed you hear good news soon. Sounds like you both have a lot of evidence so I don't see how they couldn't let you work full time. When I did out my spreadsheet we still had a bit if walking around money as in we earned more than we spent and saved. That seemed ok with them as they approved it.
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My wife has got the permission to work. Full time if she is not studying and 20hrs if she studies. I did what "efar" wrote in her previous post.
Thanks Efar...good luck to everyone else


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That's great news, well done. I still haven't submitted form 1005, my partner really doesn't think it's a good idea. I'm trying to persuade him otherwise, especially seen as I have just been offered a full time position with my employer. But like I say I'm struggling to persuade my partner that it won't have a negative effect on our partner visa application...



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Old 12-23-2011, 01:24 AM
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It will not have any affect on you visa application. As they are taking so long now to process these applications it is unreasonable to expect one partner not to work. They are more inclined to give work rights to people waiting for defacto visa.

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Old 12-23-2011, 01:26 AM
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That's what I'm trying to tell him... He isn't working at the moment, but we have savings so we have been living off that and could continue for a while but we have plans for that money and don't want to waste it away when I could be working full time... I think I'm going to have to try again persuading him it won't affect us.


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Old 12-23-2011, 02:31 AM
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That's what I'm trying to tell him... He isn't working at the moment, but we have savings so we have been living off that and could continue for a while but we have plans for that money and don't want to waste it away when I could be working full time... I think I'm going to have to try again persuading him it won't affect us.
Think it's kinda a good sign getting work restriction lifted as it shows you are committed to staying in this country by trying to get a full time job. Also if he is not working and this process takes a long time ( 12 months) you may spend all your savings and still not get an answer on visa. Also my evidence i submitted showed we are living in a de facto relationship ie joint bank statement, rent, savings. Good luck persuading him cos it is such a good feeling being able to get a job and know u don't have to leave. Good luck


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Old 12-23-2011, 02:32 AM
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My wife has got the permission to work. Full time if she is not studying and 20hrs if she studies. I did what "efar" wrote in her previous post.
Thanks Efar...good luck to everyone else
Well done. Such a good feeling!?!


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Hello, thanks for the reply... Turns out I am still okay working for another couple of months with this company as, the six months is cumulative. I phoned immigration spoke to a lady who confirmed this so it means I still have 3 months or so that I am able to work. I was under the impression that the six months was continuous, and I stopped working during my whv for this reason when I didn't need to, due to the months I had off travelling.

I'm six months into my visa application wait, so another three months of working then will see where we are up to with the application and my work.

Thank you again for the replies, this way at least it keeps my partner and me happy for a while


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