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Electric Sheep

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  1. Yeah no problems if the property is in joint names with a citizen (you). Not eligible if only in the name of your wife (you weren't clear on that) It's far easier to put your wife's address as the overseas one and just update it once you apply and get the bridging visa activated. They will contact via email or phone before sending a letter etc to an overseas address.
  2. As she is in Australia on a visitor visa she, by default isn't a resident and doesn't have residency in Australia. As the visa says she is a visitor. You should check the eligibility requirements for the first home buyers grant as if the house is under her name solely she isn't eligible for the grant. Also she will need to demonstrate how she is paying for the house.
  3. Doesn't overly matter, the correct way would be her residential address overseas and then once she becomes a resident of Australia update the address via the online system.
  4. Just asking as I would be interested to know as a far as I know its linked. I the case you remember did they withdraw the application or was it refused.
  5. The form must be completed by a person who: • knows the visa applicant and their partner or fiancé(e) and the history of their relationship; • is at least 18 years of age; and • is an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident. If the visa applicant is outside Australia and is unable to have an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident complete this form, any person who knows the applicant and their partner or fiancé(e) may also complete this form. The person completing this form must provide evidence of their current name, age and, where applicable, Australian citizenship or Australian permanent residency (for example, a certified copy of the birth certificate, Australian passport or passport containing a permanent visa).
  6. There was nothing uncivil in my post, you just miss understood what you read as you have your nose out if joint since last time you took it upon yourself to try and ban me and it effects your judgement. Happy for you to correct my claim and explain what comeback a person has against a self appointed agent in some developing foreign country then that person is in.
  7. As someone who claims to be legally qualified, how about you read my post again and actually read what it says instead of what you think it says.
  8. First step would be making a complaint here https://www.mara.gov.au/using-an-agent/resolving-disputes-with-your-agent/make-a-complaint-about-an-agent/ Thank your lucky stars you choose a registered mara agent because if you choose a self appointed agent like many here you have no comeback at all and should kiss you money goodbye.
  9. That information is for the applicant, your husband not you. No need at tell your employer anything unless it adds to your credibility.
  10. I think your wrong here, but what information have you found to show this.
  11. Yeah it says there is a processing time, but isn't better if your going to become unlawful itt to show you have taken steps to do something about it, then not. If the mum's currently in hospital (unexpectedly?) as it seems, it's pretty much a given that it would be granted.
  12. You be surprised, people like a bit of attitude when going to someone for help. They know where they stand instead of someone who is just fake and just nice to there face to get there business.
  13. First check to see what if any conditions she has on the visa. You can do that here https://online.immi.gov.au/evo/firstParty?actionType=query If she does have 8503 condition, apply here for a waiver on that condition so she can apply for further visa. https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visa-conditions-subsite/Pages/no-further-stay-waiver.aspx
  14. Depending on what the convictions and penalties where, you may have more issues once you supply it anyway. Nothing much you can do but wait and hope.
  15. There is no need for a letter of good conduct from your employer what ever that is. No need to tell you employer anything. Not sure why you think you need too.
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