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Old 09-02-2014, 04:57 AM
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Thanks College girl for all your help!!

Yeah i am applying onshore for 820.

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Old 09-03-2014, 04:22 AM
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Exclamation Usual country of residence??

Hi all,

I have started filling my application online and stuck at Country of residence it asks usual country of residence and residential address in the usual country of residence. I am confused should i mention India or Australia?? m in australia only for 2 months.

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Hi all,

I have started filling my application online and stuck at Country of residence it asks usual country of residence and residential address in the usual country of residence. I am confused should i mention India or Australia?? m in australia only for 2 months.
The country of current residence is the country at this point in time/right now i.e Australia since you are applying onshore.
Seniors, please correct me if I'm wrong. Thank You!
Hope this helps.
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Old 09-03-2014, 06:40 AM
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Hey Becky,

Hows you??

It is asking for "USUAL COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE" do u mean USUAL and CURRENT are same??

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Hey Becky,

Hows you??

It is asking for "USUAL COUNTRY OF RESIDENCE" do u mean USUAL and CURRENT are same??
Hey Indu,

I'm good darl, how's the application coming along?
Yes, I think they are the same and that "Australia" would be the answer to your question
Please do ask around, just to double check. CollegeGirl, please help here
Hope she sees this question Good Luck!!

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Yes, Indu.

Usual country of residence = where you are living and planning on staying.
Current address = address at where you are living.

As an example, if you were, say, visiting France for a month but normally lived in Sweden and were returning to Sweden permanently after your visit to France, your "usual country of residence" would be Sweden, and your current address would be in France.

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Yes, Indu.

Usual country of residence = where you are living and planning on staying.
Current address = address at where you are living.

As an example, if you were, say, visiting France for a month but normally lived in Sweden and were returning to Sweden permanently after your visit to France, your "usual country of residence" would be Sweden, and your current address would be in France.
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Thanks for all your help!!

I got it. Usual country of residence will be India and usual address will be of India and postal address will be of Australia.

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Old 09-06-2014, 09:48 AM
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Question Non-migrating dependent family members

Hi All,

Another Confusing question: Non-migrating dependent family members
I have mentioned No as i don't have any children or step child. i have considered my spouse to be not dependent on me hence i have mentioned NO is this correct. Read a lot could not find a right answer.

My spouse is my sponsor and he holds a PR.


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Hi All,

Another Confusing question: Non-migrating dependent family members
I have mentioned No as i don't have any children or step child. i have considered my spouse to be not dependent on me hence i have mentioned NO is this correct. Read a lot could not find a right answer.

My spouse is my sponsor and he holds a PR.

Hey Indu,

Not sure if you're submitting a paper application or an online one. I just wrote 'N/A' in that column. Not sure what options are there for online applications.
'No' would be an appropriate answer as you mentioned in your post if there is an option.
Hope this helps. Good Luck!

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