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Old 03-21-2016, 07:16 AM
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Hi, I am applying for my partner visa, I am from America and my husband is Australian. We're having a slight problem though with the evidence. Unfortunately during my stay here I've been unemployed and have been basically just a housewife. My parents give us money now and again but my husband mainly supports us. We are also buying a house and I'm not sure if it's super important that my name be on right now? It's not that we don't want but the Australian government charges 3% extra to foreigners which is basically an extra 15K that is completely unnecessary. I was wondering if it is that important that I put my name on it right now just to show to immigration or can we simply explain to them we just didn't wanna pay those extra fees right.

If I do become a citizen I shouldn't have any problem then putting my name on the house I would hope. Is it also important that my name be on our lease or perhaps we could simply explain why it isn't? I'm very nervous because that's the only real problem we're having with our evidence other than waiting for our marriage certificate to arrive at 50 days... (my working holiday visa expires this June) I am also a bit nervous because I've only been in Australia for about 10 months now... so I'm hoping everything will go through okay because our friends keep telling us deporting story nightmares. Any advice would be much appreciated thanks!

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Old 03-21-2016, 09:58 PM
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There was a similar thread (labeled about mortages) by TarlarAustralia (I think) not so long ago - maybe see if you can track that down?

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Originally Posted by msamy View Post
There was a similar thread (labeled about mortages) by TarlarAustralia (I think) not so long ago - maybe see if you can track that down?
Thanks, I found the post and it cleared things up for us!

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