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Old 05-02-2009, 10:14 PM
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Hi,

I would like to apply for the de facto visa as my fiancee is Australian and we want to move there however she
hasn't been living there since about 8 years so she is not a permanent resident, she has a double citizen and we have been traveling around since a while...

However on the immigration website they want to have prove from her (my sponsor) of :

evidence of the sponsor that she usually resides in Australia
a letter from their employer confirming length of employment and annual salary
etc ..

so I am unclear now what do do ...

I hope you can help me !

Thank you in advance !

Steve


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If she is an Australian citizen, and holds an Australian passport and is intending to return to Australia to live [and wishes that to be with you], that's her starting point as a sponsor.

. Even returning by herself she'll need to have an idea of where she'll be living and also what she'll be doing re living costs.

So she ought to just make a note to that effect, attach a note if she wants to write more.
She could also email immigration to see what extent of information they'll be after.
Scroll down a few pages and you'll see a few defactp posts, some have involved people in similar situations, ie. currently living overseas and they may have already crossed the same bridge, and so you could use the PM provision to send them a message asking, alternately where some have provision for emailing, an email just in case they're not back on the forum for a while.





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