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Form 80 Q17 clarification


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Old 04-19-2018, 03:36 AM
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Form 80 Q17 clarification

Hi,

I need some help with the Q17 of form 80. I am from India and currently live in the USA. In India, I worked in different cities but my permanent address and the address for correspondence was same all the time; it was my hometown address. Do I need to mention all the address where I stayed in India or can only give my hometown address? Nevertheless, I know my USA addresses and have mentioned all of them, I do not remember all the India addresses.

Please help out. Thank you in advance.


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Just use your postal address. That should be enough.

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Old 04-19-2018, 06:15 PM
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Thank you for your reply. However, I am confused as the question is asking to put in even the temporary addresses. See this. If the put only my hometown correspondence address then it could be wrong. Could you please clarify?

addresses inside and outside Australia
places you resided for study/work
refugee camps
any other place you have resided such as share houses, university residences and temporary accommodation


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Old 04-30-2018, 07:54 AM
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Hi there, can I tack on to this thread my Form 80 Question?

I am just about ready to lodge my 820 and am a bit confused about Part R - q49 on the form 80 (Are you being sponsored by, or associated with, a business or organisation in Australia? )

I am currently on a sponsored 457 by my company but applying for 820 sponsored by my partner.
is the Q asking in relation to being currently sponsored or future sponsored? my head is melted and I want this wrapped up so that I can sleep again

Thanks!
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