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Financial Proof Question (Partner Visa 820)


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Old 03-03-2020, 02:45 AM
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Financial Proof Question (Partner Visa 820)

I have gathered the following financial proof to show my partner and I show financial matters:

- screenshots of things we bought for each other (ticket, presents, hotel reservations) coupled with proof we paid for those things on our bank statements.

- Bank statement of my partner showing that he pays for our bills (and other documents) while we live together. (I am not allowed to work here yet so he pays the bills for now)

- Joint Bank statement which is relatively new. We opened it because we might need it in the future and for proof purposes. We use it about every two weeks, perhaps not enough but we are trying to use it more.

- Invitation letter that my partner sent to the immigration saying that I am welcome to stay at his home.

- Sprout App history which we use to organise our money.

- Opal account of my partner showing that both of our cards are on his account, the history of the card transactions, and a picture of the card with my name and phone.

The problem is that for the hotels, they are only on one of our names. However they correspond to other proof I am providing like Relationship Statement, Facebook posts, itineraries. Do you think this will be a problem? And do you think this proof is enough?

Thank you so much in advance

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Daisy


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Old 03-05-2020, 05:55 AM
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I have gathered the following financial proof to show my partner and I show financial matters:

- screenshots of things we bought for each other (ticket, presents, hotel reservations) coupled with proof we paid for those things on our bank statements.

- Bank statement of my partner showing that he pays for our bills (and other documents) while we live together. (I am not allowed to work here yet so he pays the bills for now)

- Joint Bank statement which is relatively new. We opened it because we might need it in the future and for proof purposes. We use it about every two weeks, perhaps not enough but we are trying to use it more.

- Invitation letter that my partner sent to the immigration saying that I am welcome to stay at his home.

- Sprout App history which we use to organise our money.

- Opal account of my partner showing that both of our cards are on his account, the history of the card transactions, and a picture of the card with my name and phone.

The problem is that for the hotels, they are only on one of our names. However they correspond to other proof I am providing like Relationship Statement, Facebook posts, itineraries. Do you think this will be a problem? And do you think this proof is enough?

Thank you so much in advance <img src="http://www.australiaforum.com/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />

Kind regards,

Daisy
No this isnt a problem. Hotel booking mostly bares one name on it sometimes the name plus & co. But it wouldnt be a problem. As long u have prove u travelled to the same place together plus pictures of that trip. That not a problem. And yea u have more for financial aspect than we did, but was granted anyways. As long as they are legits, its fine

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Old 03-05-2020, 09:23 AM
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We got my wife's PMV with less financial proofs than that. In the past I got my PR with less proofs than that either.

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Old 03-06-2020, 08:46 PM
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Thank you guys, you gave me some relief!


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