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long distance visa help?..could income be an issue

hey everyone,
new to the forum after a little advice as all this visa process is so overwhelming....

My partner and I who is from Bali Indonesia have been together for 2 years are ready to settle together in Australia.

We currently have been spending between 18-23 days together every 3-4 months, but the time apart is just becoming to much now we have are falling more
in love and are ready to be together.

As my partner works at a 5 star hotel its hard for him to get time off over the 2 years I have currently been working casually between 15-20 hours a week so we can be together

I recieve a centrelink
benifit of between 200-450 a fortnight as I want to spend as much time with my partner as possible i have been willing to make that sacrifise do you think this will pose a problem when filling out a visa....
can any help me with what visa's we should apply for we are looking to get married in the next 2 years any help would be amazing

is it possible to have someone else sponsor him on the visas as my income i dont think will be enough and i really want to be with him

if anyone has any similar situations I would love to hear it
its great to meet everyone


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hey everyone,
new to the forum after a little advice as all this visa process is so overwhelming....

My partner and I who is from Bali Indonesia have been together for 2 years are ready to settle together in Australia.

We currently have been spending between 18-23 days together every 3-4 months, but the time apart is just becoming to much now we have are falling more
in love and are ready to be together.

As my partner works at a 5 star hotel its hard for him to get time off over the 2 years I have currently been working casually between 15-20 hours a week so we can be together

I recieve a centrelink
benifit of between 200-450 a fortnight as I want to spend as much time with my partner as possible i have been willing to make that sacrifise do you think this will pose a problem when filling out a visa....
can any help me with what visa's we should apply for we are looking to get married in the next 2 years any help would be amazing

is it possible to have someone else sponsor him on the visas as my income i dont think will be enough and i really want to be with him

if anyone has any similar situations I would love to hear it
its great to meet everyone
Hi and welcome to the forum. This is a good subject and should be several replies to your questions.
Do let us know how it all turns out and share and information you get too.

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See "assurance of support" in the immi website in the spouse visa section. Should answer most of your Q's

also - Partner Migration Booklet (pdf) will help also.


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Only the applicant's spouse can be a sponsor. But, if an AoS is needed, there can be up to 3 assures and the sponsor doesn't have to be one of them.

If the sponors earns so little they qualify for a government health card (not Medicare) then they would likely be asked for an AoS. DIAC also looks beyond just earnings and will also consider the applicant's occupation, education, English ability and amount of assets and money they are bringing to Australia.

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Im going back to Bali In september but I think i know what I need to do..
and thats get a new full time job before or after I return it will be the best thing for our future if I do this and I want him here and it looks like the best option


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