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Old 02-22-2011, 09:23 PM
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AoS?

I'm just reading through the partner Booklet 1 for defacto partner immigration and I've gotten to page 29 Assurance of Support section.
Can someone tell me in lamens terms what this means please?

Do I have to have a certain amount of money in the bank or earning a certain amount? And does it matter whether this is earnt or in the bank in Aus or overseas where I'm living at the moment?

thanks

PS: also was wondering when applying for a Partner immigration application, you are doing 2 right. So when you get the first part of the visa the temporary one (whilst the permanent is being processed), are you allowed to get a job and support yourself in australia?


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Old 02-23-2011, 11:48 AM
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Immi will look at your total employment/financial situation be it in Australia or overseas as well as what your employment potential is if you're intending to return to Australia straight away and if they feel it is warranted for you to have an AoS then they will request you to provide one.
As for the process and rights while on TR have a good read of all the sections of the partner visa and you'll find full details including work rights being granted with TR.
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