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Old 11-22-2010, 01:25 PM
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She could put in for her UK police check by slipping the application into the post on the day she leaves with your Australian address to send it to if there is not any possibility she may have to return to the UK in the period leading up to her applying for her visa in Australia.
It will probably be best to do the medical in Australia either when doing the partner application, a bit after or just wait for the request to do it as the visa is being processed.





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SO ACT, NSW, Tas. & Vic. are the states that have the relationship registration?


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As it stands for the moment as far as I know on what has been reported.
The Immi site sometimes has updates on what they consider relevant info but they seem to have gone a bit coy on this one with having a general statement re relevant legislation.
To be 100% on other states/territory, you would need to check the other states B, D & Ms sites.





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Hi Eran, my partner (sponsor) has been unemployed for the past 5 years and has been working for himself ever since. We did not apply for AoS as our CO said they will go through our case to see if we really need one. But I also provided my tax information, employment info, payslips, degree, and job offers in Australia to show that I am capable of getting a job there and not claiming benefits - and somehow support my partner in case he's unemployed. Plus, he also submitted his tax information from 5 years ago to show how much he was earning back then (75k) and shouldn't have any issue when we head back to melbourne.

Our 309/100 was granted yesterday, 4 months from lodgement date. No interviews, no AoS needed, etc. He here on a tourist visa for 3.5 years, renewing it every 3 months and our CO is aware of that, hence we don't have a joint bank account. But our lease has both our names on it, we live on the same address, lots of personal letters (very few official letters like credit card, billing, etc), and LOTS of photos. Our landlord, friends and family helped a lot, and I guess we're very very lucky!


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