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Old 01-19-2012, 09:43 PM
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Hi guys,
I'm preparing my temp. partner visa application. I want to ask tips from people who already lodged and those applicant whose granted this visa.

How did you do your Stat Dec? Did you still include how, when and where you met your partner? Did u just revised your stat dec from pmv and add the recent happenings since you got your pmv until you got married?

What evidence did you use to show financial and household commitments? Me and my fiance already applied joint account.

What evidence(s) did you used to show:
-Financial aspects
-Nature of household
-Social context of the relationship and
-Nature of the commitment to each other?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks

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Old 01-20-2012, 02:05 AM
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-Financial aspects : joint bank account, medical insurance, mortgage, any bills in both names
-Nature of household - same as above
-Social context of the relationship and -- not sure what I used here
-Nature of the commitment to each other? - we showed pictures of us on holiday

I think they just want proof that it really is a relationship so showing names on multiple pieces of paperwork is best. If you don't have enough now start getting both names added and then send it in after your app is complete.


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-Financial aspects : joint bank account, medical insurance, mortgage, any bills in both names
-Nature of household - same as above
-Social context of the relationship and -- not sure what I used here
-Nature of the commitment to each other? - we showed pictures of us on holiday

I think they just want proof that it really is a relationship so showing names on multiple pieces of paperwork is best. If you don't have enough now start getting both names added and then send it in after your app is complete.
we just opened a joint account.. then im a secondary holder of his credit card. He's going to include me in his medical cover in his work. Thats all we have right now when it comes to financial aspect. I just came back here last dec. 17, they granted my pmv last dec. 8. So as of now no bills yet under my name, only him. Does the financial aspect really needs to show both of our names? how about either of us? for example internet and cable bill? coz he's paying all of that right now?

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Old 01-20-2012, 06:36 AM
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Bills don't have to be in both names, all they want to see is that you share financial responsibilities. You don't have to have a joint account either as long as you can show you both pay for household expenses. If one of you pays the majority of bills it can be good too because it shows you are in a relationship and support each other. Don't stress too much about having both names on bills


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Old 01-24-2012, 10:18 PM
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we just opened a joint account.. then im a secondary holder of his credit card. He's going to include me in his medical cover in his work. Thats all we have right now when it comes to financial aspect. I just came back here last dec. 17, they granted my pmv last dec. 8. So as of now no bills yet under my name, only him. Does the financial aspect really needs to show both of our names? how about either of us? for example internet and cable bill? coz he's paying all of that right now?

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You have to apply your own medicare as you are entitled once you are in aust. Any evidences that you have your both names that will do, you don't have to have a joint bank account.


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Old 01-24-2012, 11:16 PM
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You have to apply your own medicare as you are entitled once you are in aust. Any evidences that you have your both names that will do, you don't have to have a joint bank account.
I cant apply a medicare unless i already lodge my temporary partner visa. We currently have a joint account right now. And im his secondary card holder of his another credit card. What else should can i submit along with my tenp. partner visa? thanks..

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Old 01-24-2012, 11:29 PM
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Bills, receipts of major purchases you made together, flight tickets, emails, skype logs, phone bills...Anything that shows you're in a relationship. As long as you cover all categories equally and have evidence for the 12 month period anything goes though they do prefer 'official' evidence. Have a look at other posts on partner visa evidence in this forum they really helped me prepare my evidence.


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Old 01-25-2012, 01:17 AM
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Bills, receipts of major purchases you made together, flight tickets, emails, skype logs, phone bills...Anything that shows you're in a relationship. As long as you cover all categories equally and have evidence for the 12 month period anything goes though they do prefer 'official' evidence. Have a look at other posts on partner visa evidence in this forum they really helped me prepare my evidence.
12 Month period? im applying a temp. partner visa not a de facto.

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Old 01-25-2012, 01:40 AM
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12 Month period? im applying a temp. partner visa not a de facto.
Oh sorry if you're married, obviously it doesn't apply to you


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Oh sorry if you're married, obviously it doesn't apply to you
no worries..
Still thanks fir the advice..

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