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Old 03-01-2016, 08:01 PM
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hi Mich ,
hope your doing great , im a little bit confused as i will be eligible for the PR next month and in my spouse visa they said that i do not need to apply for anything and that they will send us an email asking for something , but till now my husband did not receive anything?

Do you have any idea on how many days before the eligibility date they will contact us?

and will they email my husband or they will mail a letter to our home?

Also how long it will take to get an answer after applying for it?

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Hi faith555
I hope you are doing well and enjoying Australia.

Everyone is different to when they receive the email. I heard of some getting it only a week prior. My husband's eligibility date is next month too and he got his email a few weeks ago.

They won't email your husband unless you used his email address under the applicants information for your 309. They emailed my husband (the applicant) they didn't email me even though my email address was on the sponsor form.

Check your email address that you used for the 309 and check your spam/junk email too. If there is nothing then ring up DIBP and they will send you the email.

From what I have seen on this forum the 100 is taking 7 to 12 months from eligibility date. This is due to the backlog.

Don't forget you need to include evidence since the grant of your 309 in all 4 categories. They are now tougher on 100 than the 309.


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hi mish

please answer me

my wife is australian and she cant find job till now and i applied my v8sa in cairo embassy in nov

its big issue for them or they dont care about
some person advise me for embassy they just want to know its geniune realtionship
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It shouldn't be an isssue. I know of someone who had no job and her husband got a visa.


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hi mish

please answer me

my wife is australian and she cant find job till now and i applied my v8sa in cairo embassy in nov

its big issue for them or they dont care about
some person advise me for embassy they just want to know its geniune realtionship
please answer
thanks
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My husband got his visa and I had no job. I was never asked to provide any financial information or asked if I would be able to support him financially. I think it is because if you get a partner visa the applicant is immediately eligible for Centrelink assistance so if they cannot get a job they get financial assistance from the government just like any Australian citizen.

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My husband got his visa and I had no job. I was never asked to provide any financial information or asked if I would be able to support him financially. I think it is because if you get a partner visa the applicant is immediately eligible for Centrelink assistance so if they cannot get a job they get financial assistance from the government just like any Australian citizen.

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They cannot get financial assistance immediately. They have to be in Australia for 2 years and be PR.


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They cannot get financial assistance immediately. They have to be in Australia for 2 years and be PR.
Sorry Mish but you can if you are a partner or spouse. This is an excerpt from the Govt. website and a link to the page

Visas exempt from the newly arrived residentís waiting period

If you have one of the following visa subclasses, you donít have to serve the newly arrived residentís waiting period for the listed payments and concession cards:
Commonwealth Seniors Health Card and Low Income Health Care Card and all payments except Special Benefit

subclass 100 - spouse or partner
subclass 110 - interdependency
subclass 801 - spouse or partner
subclass 814 - interdependency
subclass 852 - Referred Stay (permanent)

https://www.humanservices.gov.au/cus...waiting-period

Thank goodness we both got jobs and did not need to use Centrelink payments

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