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Onshore Visa first stage spouse lost his job

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Old 04-03-2016, 12:18 PM
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Onshore Visa first stage spouse lost his job

Hello everyone,

I am concerned. I have a casual job. My partner lost his job and he will be going on centrelink will this affect my first stage visa. We are also planning to move back to Sydney. Also, my Dad helps me at times with finances will that effect too.

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No. There is no minimum amount that the sponsor needs to earn.

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