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  1. Have a new topic I haven’t seen being discussed yet. If I was in Australia on a VV and apply for 820/801, would I need to have a certain amount of health coverage before I apply? I also see that Australian most coverage plans have waiting periods so how would that come into play if an applicant is required health insurance?
  2. Have a new topic I haven’t seen being discussed yet. If I was in Australia on a VV and apply for 820/801, would I need to have a certain amount of health coverage before I apply? I also see that Australian most coverage plans have waiting periods so how would that come into play if an applicant is required health insurance?
  3. Sorry if this had been discussed a thousand times already. Is there a required amount of time between your Partner Visa Application submission and the date in which your substantive visa expires in order for the application to be valid? In other terms, if I had less than 3 months left on a 601 when we apply, would it still be a valid application? thanks all
  4. So what you are simply saying is that if we apply onshore for 820/801 that there are no work restrictions on my BVA? Why do I keep reading on the Immi website that BVA has NO work rights. I’m fairly intelligent but am starting question that being that there is supporting literature that I must be misreading.
  5. Hello all. I’ve hit a brick wall and need to get my head clear on my situation. This has all been covered a million times before but my brain is so cluttered with information I don’t know what is right or wrong anymore. ME: Married to my sponsor and meet all the relationship criteria. We plan to lodge 820/801 when I enter on my 601. My ETA does NOT have “no further stay condition”. I understand that when I lodge the application that the BVA is granted and activated when my 601 expires. I don’t need to discuss the new sponsor law at this time. What I do need to know is that if I can work or not because I have dependents back home. I read that I can work and read that I cannot work. I can’t distinguish what conditions apply to me now and am running out of time and brain cells Thank you for your input
  6. So now that I have chosen to be honest the first time I shouldn’t dare try the other route. A normal background check on myself reveals nothing. I just don’t want to invite problems at the airport but it is just the way it is I suppose.
  7. Hi all. I am going back to visit n September on a 601. My first visit gave me a small issue at the airport regarding my ETA. When I applied for my VV last year, the application asked if I had any convictions with a sentence of 12 months or more Bla Bla Bla Yadda Yadda. I ticked NO which is the truth. On the Qantas flight, im required to fill out a small police check card asking if ive ever been charged with or been convicted of any crime of any kind. I tick yes because i've had a few very minor offenses throughout my life. When i get to customs im required to have a chat with Immi about why my ETA says one thing and my airline police check card say another. I explain that i had a few very minor offenses non of which were pending. I explain that the ETA application only asked for major convictions with a 12 month sentence. The officer was very nice and I was cleared to pass within a couple minutes. Now that i'm going back i assume that i should be honest and fill out the police check card the same way but am worried I may come across an officer that is not so pleasant and have some major issues explaining why I might have lied on my ETA application. Has anyone dealt with this issue? Also, what is the best way to handle the situation if i come across a difficult officer?
  8. I must have worded my post the wrong way. I wasn’t referring to age difference, rather age of applicants in general. Is there an age where Immi decides that the applicant will be to much a burden in the health care system and denies Visa?
  9. In regards to Partner Visa, how does the applicant’s age come into play when Immi decides on a case? I imagine only a certain number of applications are granted yearly but are certain age groups granted more Visas and is there an age where no Visa will be granted no matter what the situation is?
  10. That is a complicated situation. I am dealing with similar issues. What I can see is that I will make hard decisions. I will sacrifice many things in the process including Job Security. If I was IMMI, I could care less about your employment loss in Hong Kong. Make a choice.
  11. Speaking of fee, will there be a fee for the Sponsor App?
  12. I’m trying to come up with the safest strategy when submitting my FBI police check. I live in the States with my wife who will sponsor me onshore Australia later this year.. The Mrs is moving back to Australia and I will join her 3 months later. Im trying to understand the process here. Will I submit the Police Check when I apply for Temp Partner Visa or will that be requested later? My concern is that my FBI Check will expire if I don’t time it correctly. I imagine that getting an updated FBI Check from overseas will not be easy do to the fact that I present authorized fingerprints. One more factor is that my wife has lived with me in the States for over a year and will need to provide FBI Check as well (assuming she must apply as a suitable sponsor before I lodge the Temporary Partner Visa). Being that no one knows the processing time for the new Sponsorship law, my FBI Check could expire while we wait. I hope I’ve worded this post to be understood. Any input will help
  13. Yes you’re assumptions are correct. She has no convictions on file. Thanks for taking the time once again
  14. I will be applying this year onshore with my wife who is resident. Over all, she should be a granted a sponsor but she lies in a grey area with certain offenses. A few years ago, her ex husband physically drug her out of her home and locked her out. He filed offenses against her. She returned to the home to try and talk to her child and visited the child’s school to see him. In total she was given three fines but received no convictions. All she was trying to do in desperation, was to see her child. But yes she breeched a no contact order. Is she automatically disqualified or is there some room to work here? thank you
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