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Old 02-13-2017, 09:41 AM
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In order to sponsor you would be excpected to usually be residing in Australia .
Thanks! For that reason I am planning go ahead, get a job, rent a house to fulfill the eligibility as a sponsor. However, the question is on what basis it is decided that a person is usually residing in the country? I wont be having a job right after reach Aus. I will be looking for one. Also, I will not rent a place on my own till the time I start earning(to save some money ). I am aware about the fact that the sponsor needs to show proofs of having enough funds and place to support the partner. So will it be sufficient if I provide salary slips and rent receipts just of couple of months?

As we all know the visa process itself is a lengthy process. we want to start it as early as we can to save the time of staying apart. Any thoughts?


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Thanks! For that reason I am planning go ahead, get a job, rent a house to fulfill the eligibility as a sponsor. However, the question is on what basis it is decided that a person is usually residing in the country? I wont be having a job right after reach Aus. I will be looking for one. Also, I will not rent a place on my own till the time I start earning(to save some money ). I am aware about the fact that the sponsor needs to show proofs of having enough funds and place to support the partner. So will it be sufficient if I provide salary slips and rent receipts just of couple of months?

As we all know the visa process itself is a lengthy process. we want to start it as early as we can to save the time of staying apart. Any thoughts?
May I suggest that you start a fresh thread with this question? As there's quite a few different elements there and by starting a fresh thread you will get better feedback from people more qualified then I am

For reference - usually resident - "The place that a person is 'usually resident' is decided taking into account their physical residence (where the person eats, sleeps, has a home) and the person's intention to make that place their home."

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Old 02-13-2017, 11:12 AM
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May I suggest that you start a fresh thread with this question? As there's quite a few different elements there and by starting a fresh thread you will get better feedback from people more qualified then I am

For reference - usually resident - "The place that a person is 'usually resident' is decided taking into account their physical residence (where the person eats, sleeps, has a home) and the person's intention to make that place their home."
Sure. Will start a fresh thread. Thanks for your inputs.

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Old 02-16-2017, 05:28 AM
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Hi itsmaddie we received an email today and got a request for a new AFP certificate b/c the one we supplied has expired as it's been over 12months since we submitted our documents. I will let you know when we hear anything else. ��
Hi Mrs,

Do you have any further updates from them ?


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Old 02-16-2017, 05:50 AM
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Do you have any further updates from them ?
HEllo!! Nothing yet they are waiting for our new AFP certification we have 28 days to submit it. What about you??


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Old 02-16-2017, 06:21 AM
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HEllo!! Nothing yet they are waiting for our new AFP certification we have 28 days to submit it. What about you??
I still haven't received any intimation from them .. I hope it happens soon !
So technically, once your AFP is submitted, you should get your grant
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I would assume that is correct because that's the only thing why asked for. Still stresses me out though. I'm feeling within the next 2 weeks for you.


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Old 02-21-2017, 05:25 AM
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congratulations !!

could you please share more details such as your eligibility date etc. ?

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Hi Manisha,

congratulations !!

could you please share more details such as your eligibility date etc. ?

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March 3rd 2016 eligibility.


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