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Old 06-28-2010, 05:29 PM
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Hi, i currently hold a partner visa(temportary), i expect to get assessment at end of this year after almost 2 year waited time. I was heard that u must provide evidence of living together with your spouse,such as lease and joint account. My q is:
1, the house i current live is part of my partner's property, so there is no' lease 'thing exsited, do i have to add my name on the property ownership certificate of my spouse?
2, we have joint account but not much in it coz we have individual account,and my partner only put a little on our joint account as my life expense every month.( i dont work at the moment) . So does the amount on joint account have to match the my partner's salary ? I mean he got paid very well from his job, but our joint account is a little compared to his paid...
Does anyone with the similar experience can share any useful information with me??
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Old 06-28-2010, 10:08 PM
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Hi, i currently hold a partner visa(temportary), i expect to get assessment at end of this year after almost 2 year waited time. I was heard that u must provide evidence of living together with your spouse,such as lease and joint account. My q is:
1, the house i current live is part of my partner's property, so there is no' lease 'thing exsited, do i have to add my name on the property ownership certificate of my spouse?
2, we have joint account but not much in it coz we have individual account,and my partner only put a little on our joint account as my life expense every month.( i dont work at the moment) . So does the amount on joint account have to match the my partner's salary ? I mean he got paid very well from his job, but our joint account is a little compared to his paid...
Does anyone with the similar experience can share any useful information with me??
Thank you.
There are different ways how couples manage property ownership and the financial aspects of their life and it is more that you have a living together relationship that Immi will want to see exists and not so much that you fit the mould of a particular style.
It is not needed that you are put on the title of the property for that is a significant action to be undertaken and he as the sole wage earner is also something that is common with many relationships.





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