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Apply RRV: Are aussie bank account & medicare card helps ?


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Old 03-23-2011, 09:31 AM
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Apply RRV: Are aussie bank account & medicare card helps ?

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If i have a Australia bank account, a medicare card, will these be considered as "substantial (business, cultural, employment) and beneficial ties" for me to qualify to get a RRV? I have my Australia VISA approved (under Skilled migrant) but due to some personal issues, i won't be able to migrate them in the coming 5 years and i won't be able to fulfill the 2 out of 5 years requirement too so i definitely need to apply a RRV when it reaches the 5 years limit.

Besides bank account and medicare card, if I buy a house there and rent it out , will that boost up my chance to get the RRV approved ? As someone mentioned if i buy a house there for investment purpose, it won't be considered, is that true ? Also, if i invest a house for renting purpose there, will i be taxed by Australia government ? If i buy a house there just to qualify for RRV and leave it vacant for 5 years , it sounds like i don't have any ROI there , that is the reason why i am thinking to rent it out

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Old 03-24-2011, 04:16 AM
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You will probably need more than just a bank account and a Medicare card and buying property is a good idea and renting it out, yes you'll be liable to pay taxation on the income.
If you can make trips to Australia during the five years for several weeks, even a month or so at a time with annual holiday time that will also enhance your chances of getting a five year RRV and on those trips, join some clubs or whatever, doing as much as you can to develop your connection.





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