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Old 04-15-2018, 09:11 AM
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I wonder how long it will be until we see situations like the UK where partner sponsors are required to meet minimum income amounts? The increase in the Income required for someone to to give an Assurance of Support seems a big jump, but then I understand the amount has remained constant for around 10 years at least, if they had have had it indexed to the CPI , it would have been at $38,000 by now.

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I wonder how long it will be until we see situations like the UK where partner sponsors are required to meet minimum income amounts? The increase in the Income required for someone to to give an Assurance of Support seems a big jump, but then I understand the amount has remained constant for around 10 years at least, if they had have had it indexed to the CPI , it would have been at $38,000 by now.
Pretty sure there used to be minimum income requirements and/or AoS to sponsor partners. Wouldn't be surprised at all if they brought that requirement back as yet another measure to curb the number of applications.

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Old 04-15-2018, 11:32 AM
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This is such a tough increase and as some have said it is aimed at the poorer families on lower incomes. I am almost at the end of my 143 application and hopefully be asked to have Meds and checks next month. I feel so sorry for those who's AOS do not meet the new figures but it is especially hard hit by the fact that they now have to provide the previous 3 years of salary figures.
I wish everyone the best of luck in trying to find a way through this tough stance by the department.


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To be totally honest you would be hard pressed to support yourself on $30,000 , unless you already owned a home outright.
Even the cheapest rent would cost $15,000 pa.

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Old 04-21-2018, 12:15 PM
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This is such a tough decision without any previous notice.
Anyone knows What will happen to those peope who are on 173 visa and already paid $30000(single parent) for 2 years visa. And they still need to lodge 143 visa and assurance of support as well. If sponsers are not qualified for new income, Are they going to loose $30000? So confused 😞


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