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Old 06-23-2016, 09:25 AM
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My wife and I opened a joint account at Commonwealth the day after she arrived in the country, also opened a joint account at the then Qantas Credit Union.

But it doesn't really matter - we have a joint account at the Commonwealth for our day to day expense (our "housekeeping" account), but both our salaries go into my Credit Union offset account for the mortgage - we haven't bothered going thru the huge drama of changing the tittle on the house and the mortgage just for immigration purposes. She is a signatory and additional cardholder on my account as well.

What I am saying, it doesn't matter how you structure it - as long as you can show you have combined finances.

It is less important at the PMV to 820 stage, as they have already determined your relationship at the PMV stage, they are mainly looking to see you have got married and are combining things.

Not to say, just send in your marriage certificate and all will be ok, always send in everything you have.

More important is to explain how things work, just say you use your husbands account and you have an additional card when you do your relationship statement.

Joint account something to look at for the final stage after 2 years.
Now i'm not worried anymore. I'll definitely provide evidence of my secondary card to his account. Will have to find where i put my marriage certificate though, cos we just moved house. Thanks purplemonkey for reassuring me.

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-24 July 2016: Lodged 820 online.
-15 September 2016: 820 granted.

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