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Old 04-06-2020, 02:10 PM
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Please make it clear : if I’m on PMV, I haven’t got to Australia yet, but my partner has requested for Centrelink payments as being single person, will it lead to a problem ?
Not if the relationship is explained very clearly to Centrelink.

ie: Do not hide the relationship.

A person can still claim.

I tried when we were doing my wifes PMV, due to her being unable to work while on a Visitor visa here. I explained our relationship and visa application very clearly.

Actually a Centrelink staff member, who knew our situation, advised me to apply.

I was however refused the single status, (and therefore higher payment), due to my income being too high anyway, but it did not affect the PMV application. We got the grant.
Thank you for explanation!
My partner has requested for CL payments at the end on March, but he hasn’t got paid yet. What do you think, is it better to claim (change status) when I am physically in Australia with him or is it wiser to do now while I am still overseas?
We got PMV 300, now I’m worried it’s as far as we went and won’t get the next visa (820) because of Centrelink and superannuation requests.


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Old 04-06-2020, 02:38 PM
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Thank you for explanation!
My partner has requested for CL payments at the end on March, but he hasnít got paid yet. What do you think, is it better to claim (change status) when I am physically in Australia with him or is it wiser to do now while I am still overseas?
We got PMV 300, now Iím worried itís as far as we went and wonít get the next visa (820) because of Centrelink and superannuation requests.
I would have thought best to apply now, but expect to have it changed once you update centrelink with the new status on your arrival.

See what happens then. Nothing is certain.

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Old 04-06-2020, 02:49 PM
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Thank you for explanation!
My partner has requested for CL payments at the end on March, but he hasn’t got paid yet. What do you think, is it better to claim (change status) when I am physically in Australia with him or is it wiser to do now while I am still overseas?
We got PMV 300, now I’m worried it’s as far as we went and won’t get the next visa (820) because of Centrelink and superannuation requests.
I would have thought best to apply now, but expect to have it changed once you update centrelink with the new status on your arrival.

See what happens then. Nothing is certain.
Ok, thank you. Will pass it to my partner


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