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Permanent Partner Visa (Subclass 801) Waiting Group - Page 208


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Old 08-23-2018, 12:48 PM
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Hi Folks,

I uploaded my evidence for my 801 in June, it's been a slow upload with website issues but I feel I'm pretty much complete. I will list below what I have and would be eternally grateful if anybody noticed anything I didn't have or just a general opinion. Sorry it is not all in order of segments. Thank you kindly 🙂

Certified copies of passports for both me and my partner.
We will have 4x 888 if we can hurry a couple along (always the most frustrating part!)
A supporting statement from my mum in the UK.
Multiple photos of my partner and I alone, with friends and with family.
Sponsor stat Dec.
I will have police checks but just waiting a couple of months first.

Bank statements from joint general account.
Bank statement from joint savings account.
Joint car registration x2
Joint car insurance
Joint tenancy agreement x2
Joint bond payment
Joint internet bill x2
Joint fridge purchase
Joint TV purchase
Receipts from same dentist on same day
Hotel receipt x1
Joint flights to Perth
Joint flights to UK (future trip so will have more things from then)
Joint flight within UK
Wedding invitation x1
Parcel delivered to both of us x1
Lots of tickets to events and tours I receive through work.
Emergency contact for each other for meals on wheels.
Screen shot of my partner being my emergency contact in work on the system.
Joint registration of our cat
Joint gym membership
We also have yearly passes to the aquarium which I will add.
I am also going to change my super soon and will have my partner as beneficiary (I was his on our 820).

It's only a year's worth of evidence needed so I hope we've done okay!
Good evidence. Do you have any other joint bills apart from the internet? Like telephone, electricity or water? Any joint health insurance?

With the super I would include your partners again even though it was included for the 820 as with super it is easy to change the beneficiary so it shows that it is still current.

Show the page of the ATO tax return the shows who your partner/spouse is for each of you.

Do you both of fly buys or Woolworth Rewards cards on the same account? If so you can include a screenshot of the account.

We also included the frequent flyer cards showing we both had them. Some we travelled on both Emirates and Singapore Airlines so showed that both of us hard cards for those airlines.


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Old 08-23-2018, 01:12 PM
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Thanks Mish, you're a star.

Unfortunately we do lack in the bill department, ergon only allows one person on bills, but I am person of contact that they so far won't give me proof of, grr! But I'll keep trying and I might get the right person one day.

All the fly bys etc are new us, we are new to "city life" but I will check them out over the weekend and see what I can do.

But as for the ATO, I just completed this year's tax return and it reminded me of this, but when I looked at last year's 'notice of assesment' , it doesn't actually show my partner on it, and he's not shown on this year's either. I'm not sure if I'm missing something, or is it because we just do them online rather than with an accountant.

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Okay, I don't what I just did on the ATO website but I made it appear!! Wonderful! Thank you mish. Have a nice evening.


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Hi there,

I think this whole process is effecting us one way or another.

Just yesterday when I was informed by my lawyer I will have to pay "Foreigner stamp duty surcharge" for my share of the property that my partner and I are buying. I guess it is fair enough as I am still not an Australian resident but in the same time I am marrying to one and we are just trying to build our lives here. This costs us thousands of dollars.

However, I am fortunate enough to secure a full time job in my field. I think as long as you explain to them you has full working rights they shouldn't have any problem with it unless you go for Government jobs or something like that.

With mortgage we got rejected once but it is all approved now with a different bank.

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I had the same issue with the foreign purchaser. but if you are in victoria they have abolished it for partners since July 1st. The other alternative is to adjust the share in the property to 99:1 instead of 50:50. We were not told by the conveyancer, bank when getting our mortgage and it cost us more. But you have alternatives. good luck.

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Old 08-24-2018, 02:57 AM
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I had the same issue with the foreign purchaser. but if you are in victoria they have abolished it for partners since July 1st. The other alternative is to adjust the share in the property to 99:1 instead of 50:50. We were not told by the conveyancer, bank when getting our mortgage and it cost us more. But you have alternatives. good luck.
I am so grateful of help in this forums! My lawyer confirmed we could do alternative share options! Thank you so much for your advice, really appreciated!


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Old 08-24-2018, 03:16 AM
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I am so grateful of help in this forums! My lawyer confirmed we could do alternative share options! Thank you so much for your advice, really appreciated!

One other thing to keep in mind, is some states exempt property transfers from stamp duty where itís a married/defacto couple transferring it to be 50:50 in both names. So effectively once you get PR, you can adjust it to be 50:50 for a few hundred in fees to lodge the transfer (and also a few hundred for conveyancing if you donít feel comfortable doing it yourself). Worth asking your lawyer about as well

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Old 08-24-2018, 03:33 AM
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I am so grateful of help in this forums! My lawyer confirmed we could do alternative share options! Thank you so much for your advice, really appreciated!
That is fantastic. Glad I could help. Now I hope the second stage is processed so life can proceed without anymore issues

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Old 08-28-2018, 05:16 AM
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Guys Happy newss for me OMG im crying im finally an australian permanent resident i got the grant email at 14:24 exactly i uploaded police check today at 11:30

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Old 08-28-2018, 05:18 AM
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Eligible 801 march 2016
Request for police check aug 2018
No interview
Uploaded police check today morning got grant now 🙂


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WOW Congrats.


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