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Old 03-22-2010, 05:16 PM
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hello,am after some info on the aos,my parents have just lodged their application to be my partners aos.I am wanting to knw if anyone could explain in more detail about the minium income requirement.My parents both work full time,own their own house,so dont pay any rent.They have 2 children including myself,neither are under 18.My brother lives at home,has a job,and I still live at home,and am on an australian pension.My parents each earn $33,400 and $44.500 respectively.My question is will this combined income be enough.I hope this makes sense.thanks for your time..........


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hello,am after some info on the aos,my parents have just lodged their application to be my partners aos.I am wanting to knw if anyone could explain in more detail about the minium income requirement.My parents both work full time,own their own house,so dont pay any rent.They have 2 children including myself,neither are under 18.My brother lives at home,has a job,and I still live at home,and am on an australian pension.My parents each earn $33,400 and $44.500 respectively.My question is will this combined income be enough.I hope this makes sense.thanks for your time..........
I do not know what $$$ terms are required but I'd be surprised given their situation that there would be a problem.





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Old 03-30-2010, 11:53 PM
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i was just informed from centrelink that if they have to give an assurance of support they only have to earn above $25,500 per year.

Clearly your parents are way above this. So great news for you guys, it will be fine!!




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hello,am after some info on the aos,my parents have just lodged their application to be my partners aos.I am wanting to knw if anyone could explain in more detail about the minium income requirement.My parents both work full time,own their own house,so dont pay any rent.They have 2 children including myself,neither are under 18.My brother lives at home,has a job,and I still live at home,and am on an australian pension.My parents each earn $33,400 and $44.500 respectively.My question is will this combined income be enough.I hope this makes sense.thanks for your time..........


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Old 03-30-2010, 11:54 PM
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But just double check that. However I only just found that out this morning.


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