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Old 01-27-2020, 06:26 AM
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Question PMV 300 - Help with aspects!

Hi everyone,

I'm sorry if this has been answered before but I haven't read anything about this unfortunately. Me and my partner have started gathering documents for the PMV visa and I am stuck with providing evidences for the financial aspect as well as the nature of household aspect.

We don't share anything as I am currently based in the UAE and him in Australia. We do have a recently opened account that is under both of our names but he's the one who normally puts an amount in. We don't have anything to put in the nature of household aspect as we are in a long distance relationship. We only have evidences of travel together and the social aspects as proof..

How did everyone fill this part out?


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Old 01-27-2020, 12:37 PM
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The PMV is generally for people who may or may not live together with the intention of getting married and more so it’s an offshore visa so not having household stuff together isn’t a big deal. The social aspect of the relationship in both of you being recognised as a couple by f friends, family, acquaintances via social media etc, and the financial aspects of the relationship through joint accounts and sending of each other money etc together with joint trips or trips to visit each other and communication transcripts should generally suffice. I’m no registered Agent but at least that’s how I understand it. Others could pin in with their experience.


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Hi everyone,

I'm sorry if this has been answered before but I haven't read anything about this unfortunately. Me and my partner have started gathering documents for the PMV visa and I am stuck with providing evidences for the financial aspect as well as the nature of household aspect.

We don't share anything as I am currently based in the UAE and him in Australia. We do have a recently opened account that is under both of our names but he's the one who normally puts an amount in. We don't have anything to put in the nature of household aspect as we are in a long distance relationship. We only have evidences of travel together and the social aspects as proof..

How did everyone fill this part out?
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The PMV is generally for people who may or may not live together with the intention of getting married and more so it’s an offshore visa so not having household stuff together isn’t a big deal. The social aspect of the relationship in both of you being recognised as a couple by f friends, family, acquaintances via social media etc, and the financial aspects of the relationship through joint accounts and sending of each other money etc together with joint trips or trips to visit each other and communication transcripts should generally suffice. I’m no registered Agent but at least that’s how I understand it. Others could pin in with their experience.
The PMV is generally for people who may or may not live together with the intention of getting married and more so it’s an offshore visa so not having household stuff together isn’t a big deal. The social aspect of the relationship in both of you being recognised as a couple by f friends, family, acquaintances via social media etc, and the financial aspects of the relationship through joint accounts and sending of each other money etc together with joint trips or trips to visit each other and communication transcripts should generally suffice. I’m no registered Agent but at least that’s how I understand it. Others could pin in with their experience.


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The PMV is generally for people who may or may not live together with the intention of getting married and more so it’s an offshore visa so not having household stuff together isn’t a big deal. The social aspect of the relationship in both of you being recognised as a couple by f friends, family, acquaintances via social media etc, and the financial aspects of the relationship through joint accounts and sending of each other money etc together with joint trips or trips to visit each other and communication transcripts should generally suffice. I’m no registered Agent but at least that’s how I understand it. Others could pin in with their experience.
Thank you so much! I was stressing over the fact that we wouldn't have anything to put in the household aspect.

I just want everything in order to avoid any complications with the process.


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Unfortunately there are many case officers who incorrectly apply the 4 relationship pillars to the PMV application as well as a tool to ascertain that you genuinely intend to get married. It is therefore best to address them one way or the other , no matter how absurd this may seem.

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Unfortunately there are many case officers who incorrectly apply the 4 relationship pillars to the PMV application...
Increasingly so!

I have been warning people about this for years and have been repeatedly been contradicted by 'experts' who have been involved in only one application, or none.

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Unfortunately there are many case officers who incorrectly apply the 4 relationship pillars to the PMV application as well as a tool to ascertain that you genuinely intend to get married. It is therefore best to address them one way or the other , no matter how absurd this may seem.
Thank you! I think it's just best to do one like "When we have moved in and marry each other I will be the one who cooks and him to wash the dishes, etc." to be safe.


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Increasingly so!

I have been warning people about this for years and have been repeatedly been contradicted by 'experts' who have been involved in only one application, or none.
Thank you sir. We will just try and do it as much as we can


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Unfortunately there are many case officers who incorrectly apply the 4 relationship pillars to the PMV application as well as a tool to ascertain that you genuinely intend to get married. It is therefore best to address them one way or the other , no matter how absurd this may seem.
True that. The relationship statement that the two of them write out should cover all aspects and future plans that though we have never lived together but upon getting married this is how we hope to run our household affairs and finances etc


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