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Old 07-24-2019, 07:27 AM
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Visitor Visa 600 Supporting documents

Hi,

I am a Pakistani applying for Visitor Visa tourist stream 600. My wife is Australian Citizen and is living with me in Pakistan.

My wife is expecting and wants to have her baby in Australia so she will be going to Australia and will stay at her brothers house.

Myself and my parents would like to be with her during the delivery thats why we are applying for visit visa.

I am getting the invitation letter from my wife's brother to invite me and my parents. Question 1: Is it okay for my wife's brother to invite me? or should me wife send me the invitation letter as she is a citizen as well.

Question 2: My question is what should I provide for "proof you have close family members in your home country"?
My complete family lives in pakistan including my parents, two sisters and 1 brother who is a PR holder.


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Old 07-24-2019, 12:39 PM
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You need your wife to do an extensive invitation letter stating that she will be providing accommodation etc throughout your stay. I strongly suggest the following docs as supporting evidence:

1. Current print out of your bank statement indicating that you have sufficient funds to sustain you for the duration of your stay
2. Itinerary for your stay
3. Statement from your employer indicating your position within the company, that you have been granted leave between xx date to xx date and you are expected back at your employment on xx date
4. Comprehensive statement from you (the Applicant) indicating reason for visa, strong ties back in your home country (in other words reason/s to return and NOT OVERSTAY your visa)
5. Usual docs (Marriage certificate) copy of your wife's Australian passport etc

The onus is on you to prove to DHA that you will abide by any conditions they set and most importantly return in accordance with the visa conditions.

The more detail you submit the stronger your case will be.

Good luck with your application!


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