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Old 08-09-2017, 09:48 AM
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anyone care to share the evidences they provided for subclass 100? need some inspirations
My husband did the 801 and here is what we supplied. We also uploaded updated evidence every 3 months for the first 6 months and then monthly after that. The updated evidence was things like joint bills and joint bank statements etc.

Financial Aspects:
- Joint everyday bank account
- Joint netsaver accounts (6 accounts)
- Joint Citibank account (only used when travelling overseas)
- Credit card showing applicant as additional cardholder (picture of credit cards and bank statements) for 2 credit cards
- Joint paypal account transactions
- Home loan in sponsors name showing deposits into account from applicants salary
- Western Union transfers to applicants parents
- Joint health insurance
- Joint house insurance
- Joint car insurance
- Joint purchases (fitbits, mobile phones, freezer, air conditioner, dishwasher etc)
- Joint donation for 40 Hour Famine to sponsor sponsor's niece
- Joint donation for world's greatest shave to sponsor sponsor's cousin
- Receipt of flowers sent to applicants mother for mother's day

Nature of the Household:
- Joint Foxtel bills
- Joint Origin/AGL bills (switched to AGL from Origin)
- Joint Telstra bills
- mail at the same address (joint and individual items)
- cards (Anniversary, Christmas, Birthdays etc)

Social Aspects of the Relationship
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- Movie tickets
- Pictures around Brisbane
- Thailand/Malaysia trip - photos, boarding passes, tickets, joint accommodation, joint travel insurance
- Egypt/Italy/UAE trip - photos, boarding passes, tickets, joint accommodation, joint travel insurance
- Melbourne trip - photos, boarding passes, tickets, joint accommodation
- Sydney trip - photos, boarding passes, tickets, joint accommodation
- Joint loyalty cards
- Upcoming trip for 2017 - flight bookings, joint accommodation bookings and joint travel insurance
- Facebook relationship timeline
- Tickets to sporting events
- Joint invitations
- Photos of us doing c25km learn to run program together

Nature of Commitment:
- screenshot of applicant being authorised to access sponsors ATO account
- screenshot of sponsor being able to access applicants ATO account
- Page from the tax return where you declare the spouse for both the applicant and sponsor for tax returns for 2014, 15 and 16 financial years (applicant did not have one for 2014 though as it was a return not necessary)
- screenshot showing applicants 2014 tax return was a return not necessary
- sponsor being listed as applicants super beneficiary
- applicant being listed as sponsors super beneficiary
- photos of our flat in Egypt
- photos of the tiles we chose that was sent to my sister-in-law
- photos of tiles being layed
- enrolment for sponsor in beginners Arabic
- enrolment for sponsor in level 1 Arabic
- copy of sponsor taking carers leave from work to look after applicant after minor operation


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More bad news for us today and it fits into what's been posted here, it seems my wife's subclass 100 was granted on the 12th July (yet to be advised by Immigration however) but as has been posted here she now has to wait yet another 104 weeks to be eligible for welfare, this is an extremely cruel fate since it contradicts all the fluffy things we had checked before going ahead with our marriage. My pension has been cut to married rate since her first 104 weeks expired but it's a cruel blow to now find I face another 100 weeks on poverty row, jobs are difficult enough for the young to find in regional QLD but much harder for the mature person, she occupies herself with volunteer work but her heart is certainly not going to be in it after copping yet another mean spirited act from Centrelink, made worse for me by being told I knew I had to support her, yes but all the fluffy and soft words indicated for 104 weeks, not being treated barbarically after then, She still needs a replacement health care card so I think I'll at least chase them again for that since they cancelled the old on on the 13th July due supposedly not being a permanent resident.


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Did you apply online for the 100? If so the grant notice should be in your immi account. If not ring DIBP and get them to email the grant notice. In all honesty, you should have gotten the decision by now, so it must have been lost. It is alot easier to deal with places like Medicare and Centrelink if you have the grant notice.

I thought I read somewhere recently that they changed the rules with Centrelink in maybe January 2017 that the 104 is from when a person is grant a permanent visa but I can't be 100% sure.

Has your wife thought of starting her own business for example a cleaning business? I am not sure about rural areas but in the city alot o people are after people to come and clean their house.


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Did you apply online for the 100? If so the grant notice should be in your immi account. If not ring DIBP and get them to email the grant notice. In all honesty, you should have gotten the decision by now, so it must have been lost. It is alot easier to deal with places like Medicare and Centrelink if you have the grant notice.

I thought I read somewhere recently that they changed the rules with Centrelink in maybe January 2017 that the 104 is from when a person is grant a permanent visa but I can't be 100% sure.

Has your wife thought of starting her own business for example a cleaning business? I am not sure about rural areas but in the city alot o people are after people to come and clean their house.
It was a paper application and I think something has has been quite messed up, Centrelink believe the permanent visa was granted on the 12th July but to me it's quite odd since that's the day her low income health care card was canceled on the basis that she wasn't a permanent resident, easy for the folk at Immigration to have us in limbo but it's very stressful at this end.
She injured herself not long after arrival and is really too weak to do any physical labouring work, I know she's still weak too as I still have to go around turning off the left hand taps about the house after she's used them, naturally the dripping is always from the expensive hot water side in our house.


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It was a paper application and I think something has has been quite messed up, Centrelink believe the permanent visa was granted on the 12th July but to me it's quite odd since that's the day her low income health care card was canceled on the basis that she wasn't a permanent resident, easy for the folk at Immigration to have us in limbo but it's very stressful at this end.
She injured herself not long after arrival and is really too weak to do any physical labouring work, I know she's still weak too as I still have to go around turning off the left hand taps about the house after she's used them, naturally the dripping is always from the expensive hot water side in our house.
You can try to check VEVO using her 309 grant number and see if it works, if works she is still on a 309 if it doesn't then a decision on the 100 was made.

IF DIBP have granted the 100 then she should have received a green medicare card (on the 309 she would have been getting the blue card).


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You can try to check VEVO using her 309 grant number and see if it works, if works she is still on a 309 if it doesn't then a decision on the 100 was made.

IF DIBP have granted the 100 then she should have received a green medicare card (on the 309 she would have been getting the blue card).
She received the green medicare card, which was our only clue that something positive had happened, that was a while after she had the wretched email that canceled her health care card, much as if the left hand didn't know what the right hand was doing.


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She received the green medicare card, which was our only clue that something positive had happened, that was a while after she had the wretched email that canceled her health care card, much as if the left hand didn't know what the right hand was doing.
Check your junk mail in your email the grant might be there. It is always useful to have the grant notice incase you need to show it to a government department or employer.


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Check your junk mail in your email the grant might be there. It is always useful to have the grant notice incase you need to show it to a government department or employer.
Good idea, one that not too often crosses my mind but Gmail only hold spam for a month and I fear if it was there then it's gone.


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Hi guys
i am anew member here
are there any grants for June or july 2016 applied. my eligibility was on 4th july 2016.


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Hi guys
i am anew member here
are there any grants for June or july 2016 applied. my eligibility was on 4th july 2016.
My eligibility date was 15 July 2016 but applied in May 2016. Still waiting. Current processing times for 100 is 23-37 months.

There is one member whose eligibilty date was May 2016. He was told that May applications are in process now. Who knows?

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