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Old 05-28-2018, 07:47 PM
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Hey guys I'm trying to apply for the Partner visa and the problem is they ask for documents that show you and your partner share financial responsibilities, for example:mortgage or lease documents showing joint ownership or rental of propertyloan documents of major assets such as homes, cars or major appliances in both namesjoint bank accountshousehold bills in both names. I met my partner when she came to Australia for a holiday and we got married in Vietnam I was only in Vietnam for a month and we don't have any of them documents.


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With such little evidence you will need the assistance of a Registered migration agent, to have any chance of a successful application, there is a list of reputable agents in the "sticky" at the top of this forum.

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It is regrettable that you got married so quickly, as a Prospective Marriage Visa would have been a better option for you. Now you are facing the difficult task of creating relationship evidence while living in different countries.

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What they said.

Australia doesn't just hand out migration visas just because people are married. Married or not, the evidence requirements must be met or the visa will be refused.

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What they said.

Australia doesn't just hand out migration visas just because people are married. Married or not, the evidence requirements must be met or the visa will be refused.
I constantly come across people who basically limit their options by rushing into marriage, before getting any information about the cumbersome migration process.
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Is your wife Vietnamese?
Was it a civil or religious wedding? (Seems a long process to fit in in 1 month.)


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Yeah she's vietnamese and it was a civil wedding


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How long was she in Australia for on a Visitor Visa?

When did your relationship start?


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She was in Australia for 3 months on a visiting visa and our relationship started February last year.


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Other than the marriage certificate that does not account for much in immigrations eye's - what documented relationship do you have?


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