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De Facto visa - financial evidence


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Question De Facto visa - financial evidence

Hello again,

My Australian boyfriend and I are now only weeks away from sending off our application, but I'm confused about one rather important thing.

We've been living together for over 1,5 years, the past year in my apartment in Copenhagen. We've never had a joint bank account (so silly, I know), but have had a pretty relaxed attitude when it have come to rent, food and other things. He pays for some, I pay for some, etc. For example, he had trouble finding a job here in Denmark (he's on a Working Holiday visa), and was thus unemployed for 5 months where I paid for most things, inc. rent.

What would be the best way to prove that we have shared our financials in the past? I don't have shopping reciepts more than a month old.

Thanks so much,
Eva


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Hello again,

My Australian boyfriend and I are now only weeks away from sending off our application, but I'm confused about one rather important thing.

We've been living together for over 1,5 years, the past year in my apartment in Copenhagen. We've never had a joint bank account (so silly, I know), but have had a pretty relaxed attitude when it have come to rent, food and other things. He pays for some, I pay for some, etc. For example, he had trouble finding a job here in Denmark (he's on a Working Holiday visa), and was thus unemployed for 5 months where I paid for most things, inc. rent.

What would be the best way to prove that we have shared our financials in the past? I don't have shopping reciepts more than a month old.

Thanks so much,
Eva
Sharing is not always going to necessarily be of equal expenditure Eva and not even a joint account and it can mean things exactly like you paying for most things when he did not have work.
I'd say you try and itemise as much as you can from bank account withdrawals and memory, just outlining as accurately as you can what the living arrangement was, it being that you were living together as being most important.





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