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Old 02-24-2016, 10:44 AM
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We are in the process of lodging a Partner visa. we are still currently in Ireland. I'm just wondering do we need to provide statements of how much savings we have? Is there a minimum amount that we need to have? Thanks in advance.


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There is no minimum amount of savings you require however supporting each other financially is one of the categories that must be met for a partner visa so you will need to provide bank statements.


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thanks Mish. Do you mean current account bank statements or savings account statements? Or Both? We dont have a joint account but we very much share financial obligations, my husband pays the mortage, I pay for the Creche - and we pretty much split the bills down the middle. Also, does it matter if in our current account statements (if we need to provide these) are overdrawn during certain periods (as it can happen). We are planning on renting out our property when we move to Oz which would be additonal income for us. We have a reasonable amount of savings and also a substantial lump sum which will mature and be avialable to us in around 14 months time.


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Any financial statements you have the longer the better. Most people that don't have joint bank accounts will highlight transactions from the individual account.

You have to make sure you address the 4 categories.

They don't care how much money you have it is how you are supporting each other.


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Thanks again. So, I should highlight mortgage payments/insurance payments in his bank statements and creche fees / other bills in mine. And also I'm guessing I should highlight any transfers between our accounts (for example before our daughter was born I always transferred half the mortgage into his account). How far back is a reasonable time?


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Thanks again. So, I should highlight mortgage payments/insurance payments in his bank statements and creche fees / other bills in mine. And also I'm guessing I should highlight any transfers between our accounts (for example before our daughter was born I always transferred half the mortgage into his account). How far back is a reasonable time?
How far back is a reasonable time?

The longer the better, if it links you both, as that is the type of relationship proof they want to see.

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