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Old 02-21-2011, 09:46 AM
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Hi there,

I'm a long time reader first time poster.

Finally my girlfriend and I have clocked over 12 months living together (in China) and are now pursing our Partner Visa and starting our life in Australia (I'm an Australian citizen and the sponsor).

I have just one question about for 40SP in 'Part E - About your home'. I'm a little confused at to what they mean by this. Do I put the details of the house I'm living in China or the proposed house once we arrive in Australia? If so, the house we're staying in is my parents house which we'll both be living in.

Just not too sure how to answer this section.

Any help on the matter will be much appreciated.

Many thanks,

Tim


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That's for where you'll live in Australia and you'll see there is provision for you to nominate parents.
You'll see in Section D there's provision for current details.





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provision for you to nominate parents.
Hi Wanderer,

Thank you for your reply. I was just wondering where in the form is the provision to nominate my parents? Maybe I'm missing it or not looking in the right place but I can't find anything about nominating my parents for support.

Should I ask my parents to write a letter saying they'll support my girlfriend and I financially and with accommodation during the first 2 years in Australia?


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Where the question is about the home, right below there's a series of boxes for you to select one.
If Immi deem that you should have an Assurer of Support, that's when the parents can come into it other than have them do a statement in support of the partner visa application.





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