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Old 11-03-2020, 04:10 AM
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Hi, I'm intending to undergo a master's degree in Australia, but i have a question about the proof of funds required to apply to the student Visa.

I have two people in my family who are willing to shoulder the cost of my studies in Australia, my father and my uncle ( the brother of my mother ).

Regarding my dad, being self employed in the country where i live makes it impossible for him to prove that the periodic deposits that he gets into his account ( he gets paid in cash ) are from his job, since he cannot get a tax assessment notice.

Would saying that the money is from his job be sufficient? or would that be an issue?

As for my uncle ( retired from working in an XYZ company ) he can provide a tax assessment notice and he earns enough money from his retirement wage to prove that the funds were a result of accumulated savings. and he has no problem depositing all the needed study funds into a an account in my name.

But is an uncle a valid sponsor? or does it have to be a parent? or am i just screwed either way?


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