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Old 03-03-2011, 12:06 PM
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a friend of mine is also applying for a spouse de facto visa here is her questions that she has asked me to ask
(1) her partner has just been made redundant (laid off) work would this affect her in getting a spouse de facto visa
(2) her partner is 69 years old would that also effect her in getting a spouse de facto visa
(3) she is planning to work in Australia would that help her in getting a spouse de facto visa

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Old 03-03-2011, 01:27 PM
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Most people are already retired by age of 69 and though that in itself may not be of concern they do look at a persons total ability re sponsorship to decide whether they will require an Assurer of Support.
They may also look at other issues re the age in general and making it a specific point of saying planning to work could in fact infer the partner visa is a means to do that.
They are things that only Immi can make decisions on.

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