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Old 09-25-2018, 09:36 PM
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I received an email from immigration this morning that I can apply for the second stage of the visa 100 for my hubby.

Plz I need to know what I need to do

Would i and my husband need to write a statement of since we arrived in Australia we have done etc

Do I need to get a police check for him
Now or when they request

Iím so stressed now and the anxiety has kicked in lol

I need to do this right as Iím stressing over it as I donít want to stuff it up

I need some one to guide me through it and have some ideas of what to do

What did you guys put with ur application

Date lodged was October 2016 309 high risk country

Visa grant was March 2017

Getting a migraine now
Are you applying by paper or online? If only only your husband (the sponsor) needs to complete a partner stat dec. If you apply by paper than you need to done too. If applying online the applicant just fills in the boxes.

The sponsor does not need a police check only the applicant does. It is best to do the police check now as not having one can delay the processing of the application.

You will need to provide evidence in the four categories (financial, social, household and future commitment) since the grant of your 309.

So you will be looking at things like joint bank accounts, joint bills, joint travel, beneficiary of super, authorised contact on ATO account etc.


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Hey All
I received an email from immigration this morning that I can apply for the second stage of the visa 100 for my hubby.

Plz I need to know what I need to do

Would i and my husband need to write a statement of since we arrived in Australia we have done etc

Do I need to get a police check for him
Now or when they request

I’m so stressed now and the anxiety has kicked in lol

I need to do this right as I’m stressing over it as I don’t want to stuff it up

I need some one to guide me through it and have some ideas of what to do

What did you guys put with ur application

Date lodged was October 2016 309 high risk country

Visa grant was March 2017

Getting a migraine now
Are you applying by paper or online? If only only your husband (the sponsor) needs to complete a partner stat dec. If you apply by paper than you need to done too. If applying online the applicant just fills in the boxes.

The sponsor does not need a police check only the applicant does. It is best to do the police check now as not having one can delay the processing of the application.

You will need to provide evidence in the four categories (financial, social, household and future commitment) since the grant of your 309.

So you will be looking at things like joint bank accounts, joint bills, joint travel, beneficiary of super, authorised contact on ATO account etc.
Hey mish

Thx to your reply

Will apply online as you can’t apply by paper anymore I called them a week ago and they said everything must b done online which it’s not good

I know as the sponsor don’t need police check he does so better to do it now and upload it with the rest.

I’m the sponsor hubby is the applicant

As the sponsor can I add that been going to doctors etc for my pregnancy

The only thing we have is joint bank account both our names and the lease and the email that we share

As for the bills they come in my name as they wouldn’t allow to have both our names on there

Omg must find more things

Form 888 must be done right


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Old 09-26-2018, 03:48 AM
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We got our grant today - woo hoo!! Hoping everyone else has some good news soon.
To give people an idea, I only uploaded an additional 13 documents to stage 2. The department asked us for my partner's AFP police check and that was it. I didn't do another stat dec about our relationship. Obviously it is better to have a complete application but luckily we didn't need to submit a lot more than what we did for stage 1.
Congrats!!!! Could you please share your timeline with us???


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Congrats!!!! Could you please share your timeline with us???
Thank you!

Yes it is as follows:
Stage 1 visa submitted early July 2015 offshore (Spain)
Granted Feb 2016, had to enter Australia by June
Stage 2 submitted late Aug 2017 (about 7 weeks later than we were eligible to do as I didn't realise you had to log in and press submit)
Granted PR on Monday.


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Old 09-26-2018, 10:27 AM
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As the sponsor can I add that been going to doctors etc for my pregnancy

The only thing we have is joint bank account both our names and the lease and the email that we share

As for the bills they come in my name as they wouldnít allow to have both our names on there

Omg must find more things

Form 888 must be done right
Going to the doctors for your pregnancy I would not consider evidence but the pregnancy itself yes. So if you have had an ultrasound done then you can supply that.

I am really surprised that you could not do joint bills as I had no issue at all with - Telstra, AGL, Origin etc.

There is also your tax return you can include that page where it says to list your spouse. Don't forget about super beneficiary from your jobs.

If either of you are on Centrelink then showing that you have declared each other to Centrelink and that you are not on a single income from Centrelink.

There is also joint fly buys, Woolworths Regards, any joint loyalty programs really. Movies, sporting tickets etc that you have been to together. Any holidays. Also photos of both of you with friends and family.


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As the sponsor can I add that been going to doctors etc for my pregnancy

The only thing we have is joint bank account both our names and the lease and the email that we share

As for the bills they come in my name as they wouldn’t allow to have both our names on there

Omg must find more things

Form 888 must be done right
Going to the doctors for your pregnancy I would not consider evidence but the pregnancy itself yes. So if you have had an ultrasound done then you can supply that.

I am really surprised that you could not do joint bills as I had no issue at all with - Telstra, AGL, Origin etc.

There is also your tax return you can include that page where it says to list your spouse. Don't forget about super beneficiary from your jobs.

If either of you are on Centrelink then showing that you have declared each other to Centrelink and that you are not on a single income from Centrelink.

There is also joint fly buys, Woolworths Regards, any joint loyalty programs really. Movies, sporting tickets etc that you have been to together. Any holidays. Also photos of both of you with friends and family.
I’m with AGL with my electricity bills and they said that they can’t put put both of our names on the bill I said to them what about when u post it to my address they even said no. I was surprised as well

What u mean super beneficiary is that has to do with the super that I’m with as he does not have super he works for himself

As for photoes we don’t have photoes with family or friends as we don’t interact with ppl or go out with ppl we have kept ourselves private even with my family

I was on Centrelink and they knew I was married and I was getting paid as single income then I left

Omg I should have organised it more probably and been prepared for this

God help me


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Iím with AGL with my electricity bills and they said that they canít put put both of our names on the bill I said to them what about when u post it to my address they even said no. I was surprised as well

What u mean super beneficiary is that has to do with the super that Iím with as he does not have super he works for himself
How odd ... I had no issues with AGL putting it in both our names.

With super you have binding and non-binding beneficiaries and the money goes to who you have nominated as a binding (I am not sure about non-binding) if something happens to you.

Even if your husband works for himself he can still have super.

On a non-immigration note your husband should still contribute to super as the aged pension is not enough money to survive on (even more so if you don't own your own home by the time you retire) so you need to make sure you have enough money in super to survive.


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I’m with AGL with my electricity bills and they said that they can’t put put both of our names on the bill I said to them what about when u post it to my address they even said no. I was surprised as well

What u mean super beneficiary is that has to do with the super that I’m with as he does not have super he works for himself
How odd ... I had no issues with AGL putting it in both our names.

With super you have binding and non-binding beneficiaries and the money goes to who you have nominated as a binding (I am not sure about non-binding) if something happens to you.

Even if your husband works for himself he can still have super.

On a non-immigration note your husband should still contribute to super as the aged pension is not enough money to survive on (even more so if you don't own your own home by the time you retire) so you need to make sure you have enough money in super to survive.
I’m going to give AGL a call and see if I can do it both of our names the bill comes to our shared email and he pays it in our joint account

I think will making calls even dodo for wifi wouldn’t let me do it as well

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Iím going to give AGL a call and see if I can do it both of our names the bill comes to our shared email and he pays it in our joint account

I think will making calls even dodo for wifi wouldnít let me do it as well
A trick if you can't do joint is to add one of your names to the first line of address. That way when it comes in the mail it is addressed to both of you. If you have an online account you might be able to update the address online.


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I’m going to give AGL a call and see if I can do it both of our names the bill comes to our shared email and he pays it in our joint account

I think will making calls even dodo for wifi wouldn’t let me do it as well
A trick if you can't do joint is to add one of your names to the first line of address. That way when it comes in the mail it is addressed to both of you. If you have an online account you might be able to update the address online.
Hey mish

How r u
I just called AGL and I told them if I can add my husband to the account she said yeah then told me that she couldn’t do it and that now my husband is on the account instead of my name I told her if she can add it to the billing address and she said no not anymore as before u were able to but now not anymore

She said she will send me a temporary invoice with my husbands name on it

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