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Old 11-16-2017, 08:53 AM
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I'm still waiting for my 309 so may not be the best to give advice but I had the same issues as you regarding financial evidence. We had no joint account, no shared large purchases, no insurance or shared names on utilities. So, we supplied what we had - evidence of shared rent, individual credit card statements showing purchases for tickets and the like, names on superannuation - together with a statutory declaration about our financial affairs, including explanations to why we don't have a joint account or any of the other evidence they suggest we provide.

Since your husband is the breadwinner, you could provide evidence that he paid all your and your child's expenses, or you can show any contributions you made to the family finances with your savings. Things like that can also show shared financial commitment to the relationship.

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I'm still waiting for my 309 so may not be the best to give advice but I had the same issues as you regarding financial evidence. We had no joint account, no shared large purchases, no insurance or shared names on utilities. So, we supplied what we had - evidence of shared rent, individual credit card statements showing purchases for tickets and the like, names on superannuation - together with a statutory declaration about our financial affairs, including explanations to why we don't have a joint account or any of the other evidence they suggest we provide.

Since your husband is the breadwinner, you could provide evidence that he paid all your and your child's expenses, or you can show any contributions you made to the family finances with your savings. Things like that can also show shared financial commitment to the relationship.
I would love to know how it progresses Amehayasi.I hope you get it! Fingers crossed for you. If you don't mind me asking, is this a defacto or married application?


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I was born in Australia and so was my daughter, but my husband was born in Cyprus. So this doesn't apply to my situation. Am I missing something?
Does your daughter have an Australian birth certificate and passport? Is she recognized as a citizen in Australia?

Like I said in my previous post that you didn't see, you would be surprised at what evidence you have of your relationship just around the house. Not even looking, or meaning to look, we had a ton of stuff.

Christmas cards, birthday cards, pictures from family events, my partners name as my beneficiary at work, her as my emergency contact. Those things factor in and if you're able to get those from your husbands employer, it will be a good start.

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Old 11-17-2017, 06:54 AM
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Does your daughter have an Australian birth certificate and passport? Is she recognized as a citizen in Australia?

Like I said in my previous post that you didn't see, you would be surprised at what evidence you have of your relationship just around the house. Not even looking, or meaning to look, we had a ton of stuff.

Christmas cards, birthday cards, pictures from family events, my partners name as my beneficiary at work, her as my emergency contact. Those things factor in and if you're able to get those from your husbands employer, it will be a good start.
Hello Eh? Yes my daughter was born in Melbourne and we have her birth certificate and passport. That's a good idea about getting the employer contact form! Thank-you!!! I will do that today!


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Old 11-18-2017, 12:50 PM
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I would love to know how it progresses Amehayasi.I hope you get it! Fingers crossed for you. If you don't mind me asking, is this a defacto or married application?
De facto. We had been together for 18 months and lived together for just over a year when we applied.


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