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Mish 03-09-2015 09:15 AM

I may be wrong but with the information they are requesting sounds like they are doubting the financial aspect of things ie. Sharing in fiancial expenses.

You need to find aa much financial evidence as you can.

Jamesy 03-09-2015 09:23 AM

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Originally Posted by Mish (Post 808994)

It really does sound like they are asking if you paid because if you didn't you would have been evicted.

You can provide the statement from the landlord. You should also privide all your statements regarding rent including the recent ones.

It sounds like they want to know who paid the rent - you, your partner or both.

Of course, just as well we have paid rent for the time we have been renting. We both paid it individually. Can provide proof too from our own accounts not just landlord. :)

Jamesy 03-09-2015 09:26 AM

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Originally Posted by Jamesy (Post 809042)

Of course, just as well we have paid rent for the time we have been renting. We both paid it individually. Can provide proof too from our own accounts not just landlord. :)

Add to that we recently got a joint account which we use to pay rent now. All information will be provided.

Nagel 03-09-2015 12:36 PM

Hey guys, I got a few questions. I'm sorry if this questions has been asked 100 times before but here we go:

1). I applied in late nov 2014 and have now uploaded most of my evidence for partner visa onshore, I'm just wondering about Police clearance and medical, should I go apply for a police clearance now and book my medical or is it better to wait for them to ask for it (will they even do that?)

2). Is that partner statement from me and one from my partner very important? It feels like we would end up writing the same things we wrote in the online form.

3). I just read the posts above me about someone having to provide more evidence about paying rent.

Our situation is a little bit different, we have been living in a house that is owned by my partners parents and in return for rent we been helping out around the house with renovations etc so we could easy save money for the visa. Should I maybe get her parents to write a statement about that?

4). Is there any point uploading recent payslips from my partner and would they be interested in seeing mine too or?

Best regards
Nagel

Mish 03-09-2015 12:47 PM

1/ Usually you will get a generic email around 6 to 9 months that will tell you to do medicals and police clearance. However, no harm doing it now but you do risk the chance of having to do them again if processing takes more than 12 months (we have seen alot of grants around 10 months lately).

2/ I can't remember what the online questions are but if there is one that asks about the history of your relationship then you don't need to write it as well and upload it.

3/ Best to get a stat dec from her parents saying you live together etc. If de facto make sure they say "de facto couple" and if married say "married couple" or "spouse". Sometimes language can be very important.

4/ No point really there is no minimum income required to sponsor.

Jamesy 03-09-2015 01:52 PM

Alright, so I have uploaded a stack of evidence proving residental address for last two years as well as joint financial statements. Tomorrow we will upload proof of paying rent amongst a few other things, we have it all collected including stat dec and financial statements from landlord too. All good I feel, I emailed back our CO asking if what we have/will provide is enough and if we can provide anything else. Feeling good about this. Thanks for everyone's help, will keep you posted as we go along.

James.

Panks 03-10-2015 12:01 AM

Hi everyone

My 2 year period was up on 16 January 2015 and I have applied online for 801 visa on 6 January 2015. It's been 2 months now and still haven't heard anything back from them. From what I read here it looks like it takes about 4 months on average. Every time I go into my online account nothing has changed and the status of the application is "in progress". Would I be informed or be able to see online when a case officer has been assigned? How would I know when someone is looking at my application? Thanks :)

Jamesy 03-10-2015 12:20 AM

Hey, from what I have read it can take 3-6 months to be approved. At times it can be more. If you browse the 801 waiting room you'll see timelines from others. :)

James.

Panks 03-10-2015 12:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Jamesy (Post 809586)
Hey, from what I have read it can take 3-6 months to be approved. At times it can be more. If you browse the 801 waiting room you'll see timelines from others. :)

James.

Ooopps I was meant to post this in the waiting list for 801 visa not 820

Thanks & have a nice day :)

Kah86k 03-10-2015 06:07 AM

Hi All,
I have been a member if this forum for over a year, but I wasn't really sure if I was going to move down here. Long story, but my husband was born here and deported from the USA after living there for 47 years. I finally decided that it was in the best interest of our family for our daughter and I to move down. It has been one disaster after another--my surname was misspelled on my passport which I had to have corrected through the consulate. I missed the date to apply for my 820/801 by 1-2 days because I thought I needed my passport to apply. Anyway, I have finally applied via a paper application and have a BVC. I have also applied for work rights.

My husband and I have been married for 8 years and together for 10 or so. My daughter is an Australian citizen by descent. I am hoping I go right to the 801. I LOVE Australia and can't believe I didn't want to come here.

Have a great day,
Karen


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