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May 1st 2014, 12:09 pm
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Posted By donovandenese

Tourist Visitor Visa 600

Q24 on the visitor visa 600 application form asks if you are travelling to Australia with any family members, and says you should ensure all applications are submitted together. If you are travelling...
Apr 23rd 2014, 3:40 am
Replies: 734
Views: 63,116
Posted By donovandenese

Re: Spouse Visa Thread continued - 2012-2014

Thanks, I know onshore/offshore doesn't change the conditions for sponsorship, i was just considering if an onshore application was a possibility if the new partner can be legally sponsored (which I...
Apr 23rd 2014, 12:57 am
Replies: 734
Views: 63,116
Posted By donovandenese

Re: Spouse Visa Thread continued - 2012-2014

Post removed, However this question was a bit different to my other thread and I thought someone on the spouse thread may have experience of doing this.
Apr 22nd 2014, 8:17 am
Replies: 3
Views: 727
Posted By donovandenese

Re: Contributory Parent Visa - sponsoring a spouse‏

Can you explain what I have misunderstood?
Apr 22nd 2014, 6:31 am
Replies: 3
Views: 727
Posted By donovandenese

Contributory Parent Visa - sponsoring a spouse‏

In early 2011 my father was granted a contributory parent visa (both his daughters live in Australia, one is an Australian citizen, the other a permanent resident). At the time the visa was applied...
Sep 25th 2011, 11:08 pm
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Views: 147,200
Posted By donovandenese

Re: Contributory Parent Visa - Part 5 - Visa/Immigration queries only please!!

Hi, its been a while since I've been on here, but my dad is due to come over to Australia in November to validate his CPV which was granted earlier this year. Does anyone know - is it still possible...
Jan 4th 2011, 8:40 am
Replies: 1,019
Views: 147,200
Posted By donovandenese

Re: Contributory Parent Visa - Part 5 - Visa/Immigration queries only please!!

Congratulations!!!!! My dad was also asked for his 2nd VAC on 21st Dec, and it should be paid next week - so hopefully we will also be celebrating very soon!!! :)
Oct 21st 2010, 3:59 am
Replies: 1,731
Views: 181,816
Posted By donovandenese

Re: Contributory Parent Visa - Still Sparkling!!! - Part 4

sometimes i wonder what i will do with my spare time when there are no parent visa's to worry about! :)
Oct 21st 2010, 3:24 am
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Views: 181,816
Posted By donovandenese

Re: Contributory Parent Visa - Still Sparkling!!! - Part 4

yep, thats right - mum has been here for just over a year now. Cant wait to have dads visa sorted so he can move here too :)
Oct 21st 2010, 12:29 am
Replies: 1,731
Views: 181,816
Posted By donovandenese

Re: Contributory Parent Visa - Still Sparkling!!! - Part 4

case officer received 20th Oct 2010!!!! :D

finally things start moving.......
Aug 19th 2010, 11:11 am
Replies: 1,731
Views: 181,816
Posted By donovandenese

Re: Contributory Parent Visa - Still Sparkling!!! - Part 4

yes...complications!! :(
I agree an agent could be the way forward, but just thought I'd post on here and PIO first for any suggestions. Not sure the additional cost is a financially viable option -...
Aug 19th 2010, 9:21 am
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Posted By donovandenese

Re: Contributory Parent Visa - Still Sparkling!!! - Part 4

hi all - havent had a chance to log on for a while - but am now looking for some advice re my dads CPV application.

Dad originally applied for s143 CPV in June 2009 as a single applicant. During...
Jun 18th 2010, 9:46 am
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Views: 181,816
Posted By donovandenese

Re: Contributory Parent Visa - Still Sparkling!!! - Part 4

http://www.acacia-au.com/assurance_of_support.php

there is a calculator for assurance of support income levels at the above link

hope this helps :)
Apr 29th 2010, 5:31 am
Replies: 1,986
Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

hi, you wouldnt get the 1st time homeowners grant if you arent an australian permanent resident when you purchase the house. There are also some rules regarding non residents purchasing property - i...
Forum: Australia
Apr 28th 2010, 10:43 am
Replies: 1
Views: 497
Posted By donovandenese

Adelaide Meet-Ups

Hi

my mum recently moved to adelaide on a parent visa. she was kept busy for the first few months buying a house, starting some voluntary work and welcoming her first two grandchildren into the...
Apr 28th 2010, 10:35 am
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Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

are there any cpv holders/applicants now living in Adelaide?

mum has been living here in Adelaide for 7months now. Although she is retired she has been kept very busy so far with buying a house,...
Jan 31st 2010, 11:00 pm
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Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

i think you get 12 months in SA before you have to chnage to an SA licence - when I did mine they didnt keep my UK licence, so I actually had both
Jan 31st 2010, 4:24 am
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Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

if you are going to be in Oz on a 12mth visitor visa then that visa should suffice for the purposes of sending possessions over. I was over in Oz for a year in 2004 on a working holiday visa and had...
Jan 21st 2010, 4:57 am
Replies: 1,986
Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

congrats on finally getting the visas in your passports!!!!:thumbsup:

make the most of NZ while you are there - its beautiful. If you have time a visit to the Bay of Islands is recommended - short...
Jan 14th 2010, 1:10 am
Replies: 1,986
Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

when mum had her medical she wondered the same about a hip replacement - she took with her to the medical copies of her xrays and relevant medical notes and also a letter from the specialist who did...
Jan 14th 2010, 1:06 am
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Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

the assurer can definitely be a permanent resident - my sister is a permanent resident and is assurer for my mum - mums visa was issued last year
Jan 8th 2010, 9:21 am
Replies: 1,986
Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

i think maybe you were getting confused with the 173 visa where you pay in two instalments
Dec 22nd 2009, 10:43 pm
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Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

Hi Jean, many thanks - yes its good to have another family member with instant access to both Oz and UK passports like his dad! Its mums first christmas in her own home in Adelaide, and her first as...
Dec 22nd 2009, 12:16 am
Replies: 1,986
Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

congrats!!!!! best xmas pressie you could have hoped for!!
Dec 21st 2009, 11:10 pm
Replies: 1,986
Views: 181,390
Posted By donovandenese

Re: STILL VERY SPARKLY contributory parent visa thread part 3.

After seeing how much shopping the two grandmothers have done there could be a lot more than a train set under the tree!! :)

Fingers crossed that dad's visa comes through in 2010 so he can be with...
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