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Old 03-19-2015, 10:19 AM
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hi,

i am about to apply for tourist visa from india to visit my husband in australia. I am told by one of my friend that if my husband apply for my tourist visa from australia, it will expedite the process and i will get visitors visa in less time.

I am confused now whether i should apply my visa from india or ask my husband to apply from australia. Please confirm.
its true process is faster if applied from australia..n you dont need any agent for that.i did it all myslef for my wife


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Thank you Tigerali,

Also, confirm what all documents are required and I have also heard that I need some cash in my account too. If you could please confirm is there some minimum amount that I need In my account for tourist visa even if my husband is applying on my behalf and how much cash will be sufficient.

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thank you tigerali,

also, confirm what all documents are required and i have also heard that i need some cash in my account too. If you could please confirm is there some minimum amount that i need in my account for tourist visa even if my husband is applying on my behalf and how much cash will be sufficient.

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fill n sign form 1418..all document required is there in checklist
you dont need to have a penny in your account if your husband is applying..he should have..minimum of 8000$ works well,also he be attaching his pay slips..n tax history as financial evidence
you have to mail the form along with documents to your partner overseas then he will post it to immi departmnt alongwith his form


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Under the Migration Act 1958, decision-makers are not obliged to seek
additional information from the applicant before making a decision on a
visa application. It is therefore in the your best interest to submit the
following documentation, if applicable, with your application:
Important: Do not provide original documents unless requested. You
should provide ‘certified copies’ of original documentation. Documents
not in English should be accompanied by accredited English translations.


• evidence of access to sufficient funds
• evidence of your medical/travel insurance (if held)
• medical examination or tests (if asked)
• a letter from your employer confirming your leave
• evidence of enrolment at school, college or university
If visiting a close family member in Australia (who is a
citizen or permanent resident of Australia):
• a letter of invitation to visit
• other information to show that you have an incentive
and authority to return to your country of residence,
such as property or other significant assets in your
home country



FROM THESE LAST 2 ARE IMPORTANT ONE, IF YOU ARE WORKING THN OFCOZ YOU NEED LEAVE FROM EMPLOYER


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Thank you Tigerali, you have really helped me in this. Just two question,

a) As you mentioned that I fill form 1418 sign and send to my husband. He then send my filled form alongwith his form. Please clarify which form does he need to fill and submit.

b) I don't own any property or asset in my home country so what evidence can I provide to proove that I will return to my home country (last point as mentioned in your post)

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Thank you Tigerali, you have really helped me in this. Just two question,

a) As you mentioned that I fill form 1418 sign and send to my husband. He then send my filled form alongwith his form. Please clarify which form does he need to fill and submit.

b) I don't own any property or asset in my home country so what evidence can I provide to proove that I will return to my home country (last point as mentioned in your post)

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A) FORM 1149

B)THAT IS SORT OF IDEA MENTIONED TO GIVE AS AN EVIDENCE,IT IS NOT MANDATORY FOR EVERYOONE AS HOW MANY GIRLS IN INDIA HAVE PROPERTIES TO LOOK FOR!! SO YOU NEED NOT TO WORRY FOR THAT

YOU WOULD NOT RISK YOUR PARTNER VISA BY OVERSTAYING THERE .ALSO TO BE GRANTED PARTNER VISA , YOU NEED TO BE IN YOUR HOME COUNTRY,THAT SERVES STRONG REASON TO COME BACK.WE MENTIONED THIS AND IT WORKED

FOR MORE INFO ABOUT FORM N FEE,YOU CAN BROWSE THIS Visitor visa (subclass 600).


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Hey guys

My partner and myself will in the process of applying for our PMV soon and was wondering if someone could clear up some things about the application

- In the ID section one of the ID's is a national identity card if you have one. Does anyone know what that card might be and if it's needed if she doesn't have one? She did mention a 'Adhar' card.

- In the relationship section it mentions you have to give evidence that you and your prospective spouse genuinely intend to live in a married relationship. What kind of evidence are we looking at here given we've being doing long distance for 2.5 years?

- Lastly a bit confused as to whether she has to get a health check before or after applying for the visa. When I did my PR I had it done while my application was being processed however the PMV alludes to getting it done before applying based on the My Health Declarations outcome...is that correct?

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Hey guys My partner and myself will in the process of applying for our PMV soon and was wondering if someone could clear up some things about the application - In the ID section one of the ID's is a national identity card if you have one. Does anyone know what that card might be and if it's needed if she doesn't have one? She did mention a 'Adhar' card. - In the relationship section it mentions you have to give evidence that you and your prospective spouse genuinely intend to live in a married relationship. What kind of evidence are we looking at here given we've being doing long distance for 2.5 years? - Lastly a bit confused as to whether she has to get a health check before or after applying for the visa. When I did my PR I had it done while my application was being processed however the PMV alludes to getting it done before applying based on the My Health Declarations outcome...is that correct? Thanks guys
1. The national identity card for my fiancé was his social security card as he currently lives in the U.S. When I uploaded my ID from memory I did my passport and my birth certificate. I can't remember if I used any others. I think it depends on what country you live in, whether or not you have national identity cards or regular ID.

2. Are you talking about the intention to get married? If so, we used our NOIM - notice of intended marriage and also a letter from our celebrant.

3. We haven't done the health check yet and will wait until the CO requests it due to the fact that they expire and your application might not be approved before that. Although some people do, do theirs before they are requested.

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2. Are you talking about the intention to get married? If so, we used our NOIM - notice of intended marriage and also a letter from our celebrant.
Thanks Canegirl

The notice of intent to marry is fine...We're going to get a letter from the celebrant since we'll be getting married in India.

However I was alluding to the other point(See below) to prove 'Genuine intend to live in a married relationship'...Not sure what proof is needed here

- Evidence that you will marry your prospective spouse within nine months of being granted the visa (such as a letter from the person who will officiate at the wedding).

- Evidence that you and your prospective spouse genuinely intend to live in a married relationship.


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