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Old 06-04-2010, 07:49 AM
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Unhappy Holiday visa: Bank statement

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I have applied for a Tourist Visa (and my baby boy) to visit my partner/baby's father in Sydney. Immigration have a sked me to provide a bankstatement with effient funds. I believe I have have to provide 3months worth of statements. The problem I have is the account I hold has had no transactions for the last few months, and my Dad is lending me the $5000 (which he is going to pay into my account) although the final bankstatement will have the money in there.....will it be a problem cause there's been no transactions made in the account for those months.
Im currently a full time mum...so I am not working.
Im really worried they will deny my visa due to the lack of transactions...and then one big payment will be made in there


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Hi....

I have applied for a Tourist Visa (and my baby boy) to visit my partner/baby's father in Sydney. Immigration have a sked me to provide a bankstatement with effient funds. I believe I have have to provide 3months worth of statements. The problem I have is the account I hold has had no transactions for the last few months, and my Dad is lending me the $5000 (which he is going to pay into my account) although the final bankstatement will have the money in there.....will it be a problem cause there's been no transactions made in the account for those months.
Im currently a full time mum...so I am not working.
Im really worried they will deny my visa due to the lack of transactions...and then one big payment will be made in there
They may just want to see that you have sufficient funds to support yourself, especially if you were not to be staying with your partner the whole time or have not mentioned that he will be supporting you.

All you can do is deposit the money and provide a copy of the statement and if they query that, you can just be honest and say it is a loan from your father.
If they refuse the visa, at least it is not a huge fee lost and you could ask about being sponsored by your partner on on a sponsored visitor visa.





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