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Old 03-04-2013, 11:55 AM
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Collecting Super for working holiday visa

so i just finished my year in oz and am from the USA. Had an amazing time and would give everything to be back. I sent in all my paperwork everything is fine in that department except one thing. The company Australian Super wants either a " copy of expired temporary resident visa " or a Confirmation of status letter from the DIAC i believe the form is the 1194.

My question being the form 1194 there is a fee of 55$ AUD attached with it any way to to get around the 55$ fee. I'm already broke as can be so anyway to avoid that would be great. I decided to spend all my savings traveling asia. any help would be appreciated thank you


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Hi Letmein -

If the accumulated amount of your Super (that's superannuation for those in countries that don't use this term) is less than $5,000 you do not need to use the form 1194 and pay the fee. Assuming you're back in the USA and your WHV has expired, wouldn't the Super company accept a copy of your grant email showing the beginning/ending dates of the visa - if the visa grant email doesn't list the begin/end dates and has a floating 1-year period with a must-enter-by date, then the visa plus scans of your passport pages showing entry and exit dates would be acceptable I would think...?

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That is what i thought. as an US citzen we only get a 462 visa there is no other working holiday option its one year and your out. Its to the company australian super. i provided the all the correct documents signed and certified copies of passport and license by my personal banker dasp forms. I dont see why i should have to pay 55$ for a form 1194 if ive already gone and a company like australiansuper should know such a thing. I could understand if it was a different country that offers and second year with 3 months of completed farm work but we cant so im lost as to why they need it.


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Hi Letmein -

If the accumulated amount of your Super (that's superannuation for those in countries that don't use this term) is less than $5,000 you do not need to use the form 1194 and pay the fee. Assuming you're back in the USA and your WHV has expired, wouldn't the Super company accept a copy of your grant email showing the beginning/ending dates of the visa - if the visa grant email doesn't list the begin/end dates and has a floating 1-year period with a must-enter-by date, then the visa plus scans of your passport pages showing entry and exit dates would be acceptable I would think...?

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Mark Northam


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