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Old 02-08-2020, 11:14 AM
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This might have been asked before but as a sponsoring partner, can I witness the Form 888 being filled by third parties for my Partner's application for Sub100 given my qualifications permit it?
It will probably be perceived as conflict but its just a witness verification.
We were in the same boat and just decided to get someone else to witness what needed to be witnessed. I think it’s better practice as you are technically part of the application and depending on your case officer they might not be impressed if you witness documents. Better to be safe than sorry 🙂

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Applied for 100 on 12th nov 2019 and still waiting for my grant..

Got my 309 approved in 3 months, so I hope this one doesn't take much longer considering we want to buy property here in Oz.

309 applied trough Berlin Office from the Netherlands, 100 here in QLD.

Anyone with similar timelines?


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You can still buy existing house or unit and borrow money from bank Or finance company with your 309 visa let me know if you want to buy I’ve mortgage broker for you .


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You can still buy existing house or unit and borrow money from bank Or finance company with your 309 visa let me know if you want to buy Iíve mortgage broker for you .
Thanks for the offer, however we are already working with a broker who basically said the same, but rather do it on a 100 to avoid al risk.


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Residential Real Estate
Persons that meet certain criteria do not need foreign investment approval before purchasing residential real estate in Australia. This includes:

an Australian citizen (regardless of whether they are ordinarily resident in Australia or not);
a New Zealand citizen;
the holder of an Australian permanent visa; or
foreign persons purchasing property as joint tenants with their Australian citizen spouse, New Zealand citizen spouse, or Australian permanent resident spouse.
This exemption does not include purchasing property as tenants in common.


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There is no risk property will be in two names and market is low at moment best time to buy is now.


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If you are not holding aus Pr you have to pay 8% Surcharge Of cost of the house . This is on top of regular stamp duty of 3%.


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If you are not holding aus Pr you have to pay 8% Surcharge Of cost of the house . This is on top of regular stamp duty of 3%.
There are some special rules for those on the 820, at least in NSW and ACT.

Exemptions can apply to 820 visa holders, if:
You have lived in Australia for 200 days within the 12 months prior to exchanging contracts (paying deposit and signing the contract). This does not need to be continuous, you can travel in and out of Australia.
A person who holds a Partner (Provisional) visa (subclass 309 or 820) will be treated in the same way as permanent resident visa holders. The 200 day requirement will need to be satisfied.
(https://www.revenue.nsw.gov.au/help-...s-library/g009)


I think that the ACT rule is "if living in Australia on a partner visa (subclass 309 or 820) you are exempt".

I think the NT is the same.

Most other states do not give those exemptions.

I read this on one site: If you are currently a temporary resident and not married to an Australian citizen, consider buying in the Northern Territory or wait until you become a permanent resident

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Hi guys, I’m very confused and can’t seem to find the answer about this anywhere. Have just applied for stage 2 of my Permanent partner visa which I am waiting for to be granted. Am I meant to apply for the ‘bridging visa A’ straight away to remain lawfully in Australia?? I have only lived in Australia for 1 year and 4 months and I know the 309 visa is valid for 2 years so am I technically still on that until I have been on it for 2 years? Please help! I am looking at returning to the UK in April for 3 weeks so not sure if I need the BVB for this?!


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820 approved!

Hi All,

I have found this forum extremely helpful over the last 2 years - so thanks for everyone's input.

My 820 has been approved - applied back in Oct '18, approx 16 months ago. I'm British and applied in Sydney.

As I start looking at applying for the 801, I had a few questions that weren't clear on the Immi website:
1 - would I need to resubmit a police check (both Aussie and international)? As Immi website suggests only if you didn't submit it when applying for 820 (however the wording is vague and unclear).

2 - When applying for 820, both my partner and myself had to complete a Stat Dec (Partner Visa). However it seems that when applying for 801, it's only my partner who needs to complete this - is this correct?


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