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Old 05-02-2017, 01:05 PM
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Applying for visitors visa

Hi guys,

I am applying for my boyfriend's application to visit Australia under the visitor's visa. However, he does not have any assets for me to attach under the required documents for the application online. Could anyone help what other options do I have? He does not have a bank statement, everything back home is paid in cash where you can survive with no eftpos card etc. On the online application, it is required that I attach evidence of assets or bank statements where he doesnt have either of the two. Last thing, any suggestions for his application before I finalize the "assets" situation and send it it through ? I am paranoid and worried because he was deported from Nz and it is mentioned in his application. Is it most likely he will get declined?


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Old 05-02-2017, 02:37 PM
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I am applying for my boyfriend's application to visit Australia under the visitor's visa. However, he does not have any assets for me to attach under the required documents for the application online. Could anyone help what other options do I have? He does not have a bank statement, everything back home is paid in cash where you can survive with no eftpos card etc. On the online application, it is required that I attach evidence of assets or bank statements where he doesnt have either of the two.
The applications we did for visitor visas also had no assets etc for the applicant. I just said I was covering all costs as the sponsor.
However, some countries have different reactions to this.
Which country is the application from?

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The applicant is in Tonga, would I just need to write a letter and state that I'll be covering? As in put down my assests and all? Some people aay I dont have to do it but it is a requirement.


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Old 05-03-2017, 12:04 AM
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The applicant is in Tonga, would I just need to write a letter and state that I'll be covering? As in put down my assests and all? Some people aay I dont have to do it but it is a requirement.
I would always do as much positive info as possible. I supplied my bank statements to show I was capable of covering all the applicants costs.


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