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Old 11-15-2012, 08:39 PM
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YAYYYYHHHHHHH! I just got my work rights yesterday!

4 days it took!

Thank you so much for your help :-)

Finally I can move forward...


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Awesome! Let me guess..you didn't apply in Brisbane city..? Brisbane city tends to be the slowest processing centre =X

Oh and if you haven't applied for your TRN, don't forget to do that :P


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Hi Miss Swan

Thank you :-) I applied in Sydney (sent by mail).

What is a TRN number..?

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Congratulations to both of you!!!

I think Miss Swan ment TFN which means Tax file number...


TRN is a file reference within the IMMI system...

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Thanks for the correction dingo Yes I mean TFN. You'll need that to receive income in Australia.


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Hi do we have to show expense from both partners?


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Yes you do. Remember, your objective is to prove that you're under financial hardship so show whatever expenses you and your partner have.


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Thank you Miss Swan for your reply, i would like to ask a question regarding financial hardship, how to prove them?
i earn about $4000 a month after tax and work as contractor, so my contract ends next year June 2013.and my partner works casual in retail and earns about $1200 /month. do you think we can provide them reason that my contract ends next year and we have no other source of income to live with, and also need some savings for future.
and we don't spend like all my income in a week to show them that we spend more than we earn, this is little tricky for me to prove them that our expense is more than earnings.
Thank you.


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Hi kowala, sorry I'm not really getting your situation. If both you and your partner are already earning an income in Australia, then why would you want to apply for work rights? And if your contract is only ending in 6 months, wouldn't you be better off applying closer to your contract expiry period?

Generally speaking, this application is best suited for couples who're struggling to cope with their expenses and they prove this by showing how much they take home and how much goes out to bills and other expenses. So essentially you'll stand a good chance if you can prove that the amount you + your partner earn is barely or hardly meeting your outgoing expenses.


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ok, i will try explain the sitauation, we applied for parnter visa 801 and 820,and we received letter saying she has been granted bridging visa C with condition 8101:no work.
so i want to apply and change her visa status to unrestricted work, do i apply for bridging visa A or C?
and form 1005, says about financial hardship and all that, so that's my questions, how can i prove them that we are having financial hardship, hope you are little clear now.
thank u for your time.


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