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Old 07-22-2011, 04:31 AM
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That must be for other visas - skilled migration and such.
yeah you're right.... thats for other visa.
I spoke someone in centerlink that I will be needing $27000 to provide AoS for PMV....
Do you have any idea how the joint stuff of the 3 assurers works for $27000??


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Hi Mark,

From what I understand, the joint assurers together only need show sufficient income to satisy the amount you were quoted i.e. all of them must come up with the total together. They all fill out forms, but there is a section for people to fill in if they are doing a joint application.

So if you think about it, it's not really that much if 3 people or even 2 people are doing a joint submission. If 2 people don't have 27k between them they are really in financial trouble.

You should read more about it at the Centrlink site if you haven't already.

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Hi Mark,

From what I understand, the joint assurers together only need show sufficient income to satisy the amount you were quoted i.e. all of them must come up with the total together. They all fill out forms, but there is a section for people to fill in if they are doing a joint application.

So if you think about it, it's not really that much if 3 people or even 2 people are doing a joint submission. If 2 people don't have 27k between them they are really in financial trouble.

You should read more about it at the Centrlink site if you haven't already.
wouldn't the AoS providers also need to earn enough to cover their own living expenses?

ie. to provide an AoS of support..

one AoS sponsor needs to earn 54,000...
or two joint sponsors need to earn 81,000 (combined, so average of 40,500/ea)
or three joint sponsors need to earn 108,000 (combined, so average of 36,000/ea)

i don't know for sure but this makes sense to me.

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wouldn't the AoS providers also need to earn enough to cover their own living expenses?

ie. to provide an AoS of support..

one AoS sponsor needs to earn 54,000...
or two joint sponsors need to earn 81,000 (combined, so average of 40,500/ea)
or three joint sponsors need to earn 108,000 (combined, so average of 36,000/ea)

i don't know for sure but this makes sense to me.
What if the 2 person who want to provide AoS has only 15,000 each... is that enough for 27,000 requirements for PMV AoS???


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Old 07-23-2011, 12:40 AM
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you'll have to speak to centrelink and/or DIAC to find out for sure, but going from my logic i would say no, $15k is not enough. the two joint sponsors need to earn at least $40,500/ea.

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