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We recently submitted a pmv application online and it does have an area to address that aspect of your relationship.
did you enter lots of information into those areas pelican??


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The PMV is not supposed to require the same level of evidence as the spouse/defacto visa. It does not require (to the best of my knowledge) financial ties the way those do. If you have ANYTHING at all to show financial ties (even receipts for gifts you gave each other?) I'd include it there... but if you don't, I wouldn't worry. It's not mandatory as far as I know.

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thank you CollegeGirl, I'm trying not to stress myself out of this section of the application.


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I entered a decent amount, but not a great deal in regards to the financial aspect or nature of the household.

Others have suggested opening a joint account .


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I entered a decent amount, but not a great deal in regards to the financial aspect or nature of the household.

Others have suggested opening a joint account .
how can I open a joint account with my fiancée in Brazl and myself here in Australia? is that possible


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I would just Google how to open a joint account when one party is overseas? I would suggest going with a bank your already established with.


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A joint account is not necessary for the PMV, in my opinion. Anyway, they only give any credence to these generally if they've been in use for at least a few months.

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A joint account is not necessary for the PMV, in my opinion. Anyway, they only give any credence to these generally if they've been in use for at least a few months.
yes you are right ,not required for PMV ,i submitted none for my PMV


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