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Old 04-01-2016, 06:11 AM
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My eligibility date is nearing soon in few months. We don't have joint account. And my wife doesn't contribute much cuz she is a full time student. I pretty much pay for everything thing. I'm thinking how we gonna show we share expenses.
Any thoughts?
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In my opinion, you just explain the reasons, and as long as its logical, I reckon it will be fine.

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Thanks Mish.
If I am right, 888 forms can only be filled by Australian citizen or PR holder. Neither of our parents is citizen or PR holder. So beside two 888 forms filled by friends, do I still need parents declaration?
When I first applied the 820 visa, I uploaded two 888 forms filled by friends, and two parents declarations from our families.
Nope only requirement is 2 x 888's. You can if you want but there is no requirement to.


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Old 04-01-2016, 06:21 AM
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Nope only requirement is 2 x 888's. You can if you want but there is no requirement to.
Cheers, additional question regarding to Statutory declaration - partner visa (applicant) and (sponsor) forms. Do we need to fill all the sections? Since section 5, 6, 7, and 8 are filled online.
section 5, 6, 7, and 8 are similar to the questions asked online.
Give details of the financial aspects of the relationship.
Give details of the nature of the household
Give details of the social aspects of the relationship
Give details of the nature of the commitment the applicant and the sponsor have to each other

Do we still need to fill these two forms and upload it?
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I've got no assets so no point of drawing will for just immigration purposes. I have her name on car insurance.
I'm thinking of making her additional card holder. My eligibility is in august, so it's quite close.
She does work part time with her father who owns a family business. So her mother pays her some money which she uses to pay her credit card debt and transportation expense and she does grocery sometimes. I got my 820 in December last year and I was on bridging visa E before with no work rights. I started working recently and trying to help out my wife.


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Old 04-01-2016, 06:28 AM
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Cheers, additional question regarding to Statutory declaration - partner visa (applicant) and (sponsor) forms. Do we need to fill all the sections? Since section 5, 6, 7, and 8 are filled online.
section 5, 6, 7, and 8 are similar to the questions asked online.
Give details of the financial aspects of the relationship.
Give details of the nature of the household
Give details of the social aspects of the relationship
Give details of the nature of the commitment the applicant and the sponsor have to each other

Do we still need to fill these two forms and upload it?
Thanks
Only the sponsor does if applying online.

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Thanks /solskjaer
I'll probably do that but I was just exploring any other ideas someone can come up with.
Apart from that my country of origin is also India. I'm thinking maybe immigration will do sites visit back there as they did to other applicants on here


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I've got no assets so no point of drawing will for just immigration purposes. I have her name on car insurance.
I'm thinking of making her additional card holder. My eligibility is in august, so it's quite close.
She does work part time with her father who owns a family business. So her mother pays her some money which she uses to pay her credit card debt and transportation expense and she does grocery sometimes. I got my 820 in December last year and I was on bridging visa E before with no work rights. I started working recently and trying to help out my wife.
How did you prove joint finances for your 820? Having a joint bank account makes it easier, but it's not 100% essential. What IS essential is proving you share finances. Use whatever evidence you can find of you transferring money to her or vice versa. Her paying a household bill one month that you pay the next month. Anything you can think of that shows you're sharing money back and forth.

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I've got no assets so no point of drawing will for just immigration purposes. I have her name on car insurance.
I'm thinking of making her additional card holder. My eligibility is in august, so it's quite close.
She does work part time with her father who owns a family business. So her mother pays her some money which she uses to pay her credit card debt and transportation expense and she does grocery sometimes. I got my 820 in December last year and I was on bridging visa E before with no work rights. I started working recently and trying to help out my wife.
I may be wrong but in your post there is alot of "her" and "I". That does not demonstrate joint or sharing of finances. Do you pay any money to the credit card in her name? Are you an additional card holder? Do you have any joint insurance together apart from car?

Also incase you not aware they are cracking down on 801's and those from India seem to be very high risk at the moment and looked at more closely.


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Old 04-01-2016, 10:19 AM
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How did you prove joint finances for your 820? Having a joint bank account makes it easier, but it's not 100% essential. What IS essential is proving you share finances. Use whatever evidence you can find of you transferring money to her or vice versa. Her paying a household bill one month that you pay the next month. Anything you can think of that shows you're sharing money back and forth.
I didn't not give anything about financial thing to immigration during my 820 cuz I didn't have permission to work so could not have Been running an account with no money coming in. My application was refused and then I took it to MRT and it was remitted back to DIBP.
They didn't ask for any relationship evidence after that and just proceeded with police check and medical. And had my visa grant a month after.
We don't have any joint account or joint property as for now. She doesn't make much money therefore she doesn't contribute much. Sometimes she paid bills when we had some financial difficulties. So I'm make her additional credit card holder to my account. I think I'll explain it all to DIBP. I don't know if I can do more than that. Although we had joint travels and booked future travel to India next year.
Thanks for ideas peeps. Keep em coming if you have more or you have some other suggestions or you think I'm doing something wrong.
It's worth mentioning that my mother and my father in law appeared at mrt hearing to testify that our relationship was genuine and continuing.


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I've got no assets so no point of drawing will for just immigration purposes. I have her name on car insurance.
I'm thinking of making her additional card holder. My eligibility is in august, so it's quite close.
She does work part time with her father who owns a family business. So her mother pays her some money which she uses to pay her credit card debt and transportation expense and she does grocery sometimes. I got my 820 in December last year and I was on bridging visa E before with no work rights. I started working recently and trying to help out my wife.
Doesn't matter whether you have assets of not. You can even do a will just specifying that your books and cds go to your spouse. It is really good evidence of commitment as it is a legally binding document. Same as stuff like being a beneficiary on life insurance or superannuation.


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