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Sponcer for Fiancee Visa


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Old 05-06-2011, 11:48 AM
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Sponcer for Fiancee Visa

Hi all
I am new to this forum and came across it while looking for information on visas.
Anyway I was looking for information on sponsoring my fiancee, we have been going out for 16 months and last year I went and stayed with her for about 3 months.
I am currently a mature aged student at university and have been on government payments for the last 4 years while working part time in different odd jobs. I live in a flat off my parents property and pay minimal rent and there is room for my fiancee and her three school aged children.
My question is how much income and or saving do I need to show to be eligible for sponsorship.
I'm thinking it might be difficult and am wondering what other options might be available to me.
Denny


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Old 05-07-2011, 05:47 AM
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Hello,

Don't worry too much about this, as DIAC will ask for an Assurance of Support after the application is lodged if they think you and your partner's past work experience is not sufficient to find employment. DIAC will also take into account your studies and any other assets you and you partner may have.

If you have received Centrelink payments in the last 2 years before application, then it could be a worry. If you think you can't show the necessary $26 to $29 000 plus extra per dependent on the visa (which is based on the Newstart Allowance yearly threshold) then up to 3 people can give a joint one.

Look at the Centrelink site for more details. An AoS is not always asked for with partner visas, and there is no deposit amount needed either.


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