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Old 11-09-2012, 08:11 AM
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Help with form 1005 BVA

Hello everyone,

I ve been reading a lot in this forum to complete my Visa application subclass 461 (NZ Citizen Family Relationship Visa) and found many helpful information. I finally sent it off last week and am now on a Bridging Visa A without work permission.
I m going to apply for work permission as the single income of my partner isnt enough for the both of us to live. I brought some savings from overseas but still know that there are expenses to come that i have to cover (overseas) and so there is just a little left over.
I do struggle a bit with questions 23 - 27 and hope someone can help me. Questions 23-26 include work of a family member (in my understanding I would state my partners income and our both expenses), but then in Q27 it asks why a family member not included in this application cant support me.

My partner isnt included in the application and I see him as family and give statements in Q23-26. Can I just leave Q27 out??

Thanks for your help!


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Old 11-13-2012, 01:32 PM
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..any ideas at all??


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Old 11-13-2012, 11:31 PM
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Hi Kri,

Just state your partner's and your income and savings...maybe make a spread sheet showing all expenses and income and how much is left each month...27 is to be left blank as you already mentioned your partner at different questions...you only have to fill in 27 if you have any other family living in Australia

I would also suggest that you write a cover letter explaining your situation and why you need work rights.

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Thanks a lot for your answer..After all I got confused by little things like this


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