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Old 03-07-2011, 11:22 PM
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i need help!! my fiance is a Australian citizen but she is not working.can she still sponsor me for prospective marriage visa .what will the immigration want from her.do i have to get a assurance of support letter from my friends.


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Old 03-11-2011, 12:41 AM
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Yes, AoS are asked for in situations where the sponsors ability to support is questionable and there's a process for that, all details with the visa info via. Family - Visas & Immigration

You had better do a bit of reading, the Booklet #1 should help.





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Hi all,

i need help!! my fiance is a Australian citizen but she is not working.can she still sponsor me for prospective marriage visa .what will the immigration want from her.do i have to get a assurance of support letter from my friends.


plizz help

neel
You said do you have to get support letters from your friends, are your friends Australian? You need to have an Aussie (or up to 3) to support your application. You should also indicate in your application if you have savings in the bank, if you have a job offer or likely to be able to find employment easily, especially if you are in a sought-after occupation Australia needs. You can lodge the application and when (or if) they want an AOS then they will ask. Or if you think you are unlikely to be able to find a financial sponsor then you might want to think about applying after she gets a job or you may lose your application fee.


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