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Partner visa 820 Financial Aspects - Personal Savings?


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Partner visa 820 Financial Aspects - Personal Savings?

Hi guys,

I am currently on a tourist visa and getting ready to lodge an onshore online application for a partner 820 visa. I was wondering if it was a good idea to upload a file with personal savings statements to show that I have financial backup? I realise that the whole idea is for a sponsor to prove that they can support me financially through this so I'm not sure if me uploading my personal savings would do more good than harm.

Also, I'm wondering if this could affect the work rights I would get on my bridging visa if I have savings?

Any thoughts/advice?

Thanks!


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The 820 is not enough showing that either of you have personal savings it is about showing how you support each other financially. Individual accounts should only be submitted if you are using it to support each other ie. Rent, groceries etc.

BVA automatically comes with work rights.


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The 820 is not enough showing that either of you have personal savings it is about showing how you support each other financially. Individual accounts should only be submitted if you are using it to support each other ie. Rent, groceries etc.

BVA automatically comes with work rights.
Thanks Mish. Yes, I have all the evidence of our joint account, joint car insurance, etc ready. Just trying to think of anything else that would strengthen the application but don't want to include anything that would be unnecessary.


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