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Old 05-21-2020, 01:56 PM
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887 visa work & residence requirements

Hi there,

I am a secondary school teacher working full-time on 489 visa. I'm starting to gather evidence for 887 visa application.

My questions:
- Although I'm working at 1.0 full-time ordinary hours (as indicated in my employment contract; employer can provide employment reference letter for this), my working hours is listed as 32hrs/week in my payslips.
May I know if this would still satisfy the 887 visa work requirement?

- I'm actually living in my friend's house as a house carer, free of rent. No rental agreement etc. Will a statutory declaration from my friend, insurance bills, bank statements, and mobile phone bills suffice as residence evidence?

Looking forward to anyone who can advise on this


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