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Evidence that me and my fiancé genuinely intent to live in a spouse relationship


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Old 09-29-2019, 11:46 PM
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Evidence that me and my fiancé genuinely intent to live in a spouse relationship

On another thread, I saw a person by name reilic posted that in the list of documents to support "EVIDENCE THAT ME AND MY FIANCÉ GENUINELY INTENT TO LIVE IN A SPOUSE RELATIONSHIP" for PMV 300 visa, he/she submitted "beneficiary on super (though is still non-binding, and will put a binding app form through to sponsor's super fund)"

Please can someone explain to me what this is and what my sponsor needs to do here ?


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Superannuation is what the national retirement scheme is called in Australia - each employer/employee pays into it.

I suppose one way of showing that you have combined your affairs, and the nature of your relationship, is to provide evidence of what happens if one of you passes away. Listing your partner as a death beneficiary of your Superannuation funds is one example of that I guess.

Some Superannuation funds have a non-binding death beneficiary mechanism - where I suppose prevailing law once you pass or other mechanisms (e.g. your Last Will) may override it. If you put in place a binding death beneficiary arrangement, then I suppose it cannot be overridden or it is much harder for it to be.

In our experience the non-binding arrangement could be done easily online, and the binding arrangement you had to get witnessed by others and took a few weeks to process.

That is my layman understanding between non-binding / binding by the way, it may not be 100% accurate.

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Hope this link helps - https://www.canstar.com.au/superannu...th-nomination/

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Thanks for the detailed answer. So, is it important for my sponsor to add me as a beneficiary to show as proof for PMV visa ?


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Thanks for the detailed answer. So, is it important for my sponsor to add me as a beneficiary to show as proof for PMV visa ?
Not vital. Just another possible piece of commitment proof that you can use.

We had nothing like that when we did the PMV.

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