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Old 04-01-2016, 12:51 PM
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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 am in similar circumstances. We live in her parents home, they pay for her daily living expanses and I pay with my credit card for our dinners and weekends. I called immigration regarding the lack of shared assets and bank account and they replied saying to provide other proofs. For that reason I uploaded 8 forms 888, many boarding passes and other documents arriving at more than 60.


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I am in similar circumstances. We live in her parents home, they pay for her daily living expanses and I pay with my credit card for our dinners and weekends. I called immigration regarding the lack of shared assets and bank account and they replied saying to provide other proofs. For that reason I uploaded 8 forms 888, many boarding passes and other documents arriving at more than 60.
I am living with her parents too. Have no bills on our name. I'll get my father in law to make statement about us living with him and I have been paying rent from my bank account every month. I'll probably get more 888 forms as well. We got a dog which will be registered on both of our name and vet bills on our name. I'm only lacking financial evidence cuz we don't share expenses much cuz of her not working much. I hope they will understand our situation or we'll have to take it to MRT otherwise. Everybody has different circumstances and different arrangements. And I have explanation for that.
Have you got your 820 already?


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Old 04-01-2016, 09:01 PM
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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.
Thanks for your suggestion. I'll consider this. I have until august and have to do something before that


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Old 04-03-2016, 05:02 AM
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Did anyone provide or was asked to provide again the national police check from home country for 801 application? I have been staying in Australia before and after the grant of 820. Thanks

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Did anyone provide or was asked to provide again the national police check from home country for 801 application? I have been staying in Australia before and after the grant of 820. Thanks
The only ones I have seen that provided an overseas police check are others that have lived overseas 12 months or more since the 820/309 grant.


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I am sponsoring my husband and they have asked for medicals for his kids who live in another country with his ex-wife. They have not applied for the visa and will not be going to Australia with us. I was told that they are still required to do a health check but the ex-wife refuses to take the children as she has custody of them and doesn't have contact with the father. Has anyone been asked for a similar thing? What can be done if the ex refuses to take the children for a health check... and why is it necessary if they aren't going to travel?


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I am sponsoring my husband and they have asked for medicals for his kids who live in another country with his ex-wife. They have not applied for the visa and will not be going to Australia with us. I was told that they are still required to do a health check but the ex-wife refuses to take the children as she has custody of them and doesn't have contact with the father. Has anyone been asked for a similar thing? What can be done if the ex refuses to take the children for a health check... and why is it necessary if they aren't going to travel?
Hi Yoli - this thread is for people who have already received their first stage partner visa (820 or 309) and are now awaiting their second stage (PR) visas. Sounds like this thread may not apply to you? You may want to start your own thread as you might get more responses. Or I can move your post and my response to it to a new thread for you if you like. But anyway - hopefully someone will have an answer. It may depend on the CO, but your husband will be required to document her refusal - to what extent he may need to document it, I'm unsure. If she lived in the same country he might be required to take legal action to get her to do it - but I'm not sure if that's something they expect if he's living in another country. Hopefully someone will come along with more info on that front, and/or you may want to talk to a migration agent.

The reason for it is that the children will qualify for visas due to the fact they are your husband's children. So even if they're not planning to live in Aus, if something happened to their mother and they had to come live with your husband as a result, they would need visas. So they require the medical in advance - if one of the children fails the medical (and was unable to obtain a medical waiver) your husband's visa would be denied as well. (One fails, all fail.) They don't ever want to have a situation where parent and child are forcibly separated, which is what would happen if a parent's visa was granted and a child's was later denied.

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Visa #2: Subclass 820 (From PMV).
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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
Visa #3: 801 (PR)
Eligibility Date: End of April 2016 (Applied a month prior).
PR Granted: Early April 2017.

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Thanks for your help collegeGirl


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The police check I submitted will now by expired by 2.5 months. I've not been asked for a new one but should I just bite the bullet and give them one?

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Hi All, My wife got a call from immigration, they requested additional documents like bank statements, photographs etc. Have submitted the documents, been checking everyday since then. Any idea how long it takes after that?

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