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Old 05-29-2010, 09:56 AM
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I have a pending sponsorship application to my sister & i was planning to get my fiancee overseas to come here does will affect to my sister sponsor... thank you!


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I have a pending sponsorship application to my sister & i was planning to get my fiancee overseas to come here does will affect to my sister sponsor... thank you!
They are two separate visas and different forms of sponsorship are they, ie.
Unless you are your sister's sole relative I assume she is doing a skilled visa application and you are a sponsor for her on that.
And then you will be the sponsor for your fiance on a family stream visa.

Immi will look at the two visas separately and whereas for your sister on a skilled visa you have to sign a commitment offering support, they will look at your income and situation generally, together with that of your fiance to determine if you need an Assurer of Support.





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Old 05-29-2010, 01:36 PM
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Hi it's me again askinfor for my offshore 176. Do you think it would be better if Í will let a migration agent handle or to follow up my application for 176. It's because when I applied to that I just did by myself and my sister. I'm willling to wait but I'm worried because it might be denied.
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Hi it's me again askinfor for my offshore 176. Do you think it would be better if Í will let a migration agent handle or to follow up my application for 176. It's because when I applied to that I just did by myself and my sister. I'm willling to wait but I'm worried because it might be denied.
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This is the 176 for your sister do you mean? for the very first thing required for sponsoring someone is that you're PR or a citizen.

But eligibility is eligibility, regardless of whether you use an agent or not and not all agents always do the best work either.
With a 176 family sponsored visa, it could be quite a wait for your sister and have you checked the new occupation list and priority processing info.
http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...ccupations.pdf
http://www.immi.gov.au/skilled/gener...processing.pdf
If your sister is on the new SOL, she may want to wait and see whether her occupation will also be on a State Migration Plan [ yet to be announced ] as that will provide her with higher priority, or alternately if you can see if there are employers to sponsor her, that may also be a better approach.

An agent can not change your sisters eligibility or prevent her from being rejected if she is ineligible so the most important thing for her/you to do is closely check the eligibility and applying for this visa sections of the visa and make good use of the Checklist provided by Immi.

If you did it yourself for your own visa, you should be able to help your sister do hers OK.
Putting her application in online is the preferred way and something I've never looked too closely at but it sure will not change basic eligibility and as well as the visa section, the department has a couple of information pages to help:
https://www.ecom.immi.gov.au/visas/app/uu?form=GSMA
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Old 05-30-2010, 02:20 AM
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Actually when we applied from my 176, they accepted my application and given me a case officer. My sister is a nurse in Royal Women's Hospital and has been a permanent resident for 2 years. So do you think I dont have to get an agent to follow up my application?
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Actually when we applied from my 176, they accepted my application and given me a case officer. My sister is a nurse in Royal Women's Hospital and has been a permanent resident for 2 years. So do you think I dont have to get an agent to follow up my application?
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OK, we've had crossed wires here it would seem for when you posted
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I have a pending sponsorship application to my sister & i was planning to get my fiancee overseas to come here does will affect to my sister sponsor... thank you!
I thought it was you that was already PR and you were looking at sponsoring your sister and your fiance and hence my previous replies.

So your sister is a PR and sponsoring you in your skilled 176 application.
If that is the case, if you have been living with your fiance and can show that you have a relationship, you can just add her to your visa application as a secondary applicant.

If that is not the case, then you'll need to wait until you get PR yourself and validate your visa prior to her applying for a PMVsc300 visa or if having married, a partner visa.
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As for using an agent to follow-up with your 176 visa application that is a bit pointless if you have already applied by yourself.
The same situation will apply for you as I explained above re the priority of your application.





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