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  1. tawhilltiger

    Proving a Dependent Child who is in Work

    Thanks for sharing your experiences, seems I will go down the working holiday route now as it seems an easier option, lets hope he can get another route to stay longer should he wish to.. cheers MM
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    Proving a Dependent Child who is in Work

    No I do not have my own migration agent, have been relying on the advice of the companies' lawyers thus far, maybe that indeed is something to think about wrt the second opinion..
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    Proving a Dependent Child who is in Work

    Thanks everyone for the replies, indeed the working holiday is the default option which is also proposed by my companies Lawyers, I am trying to avoid this as he will then become independent to my application and will lose the benefits of travelling as part of my relocation package with the company and as mentioned if we decide to move on to PR it would be easier. I am still trying to see what else we can do to prove dependency, so lets see .. thanks again!
  4. Hello I am relocating with my company to Sydney on a TSS visa, am looking to take my son with me as part of the TSS application, my son lives with me and earns minimum wage in the UK he is 21 and just out of his construction apprenticeship. My company is using one of the large immigration law firms, wont say the name but it ends in 'gomen' they are telling me that my son cannot come as he does not appear to be wholly or substantially financially dependent upon me for his basic living costs. They seem to be ignoring the fact that I keep a roof over his head and pay all the household food and bills, still help out with the running of his car, paying his insurance/tax etc and most importantly the fact that he will be made homeless by my relocation so will need to find money for rent and also to cover what I am currently paying monthly as the outgoings. If he was to start paying this then this would take him over his earnings threshold. I have sent over lots of paperwork outlining this and showing proof of the above but they are still holding out on the position, even if he was to make himself unemployed for any reason they would also not take this into consideration as the earnings for the last 12 months are taken into consideration. Surely he is wholly or substantially financially dependent upon me for his basic living costs?? Has anyone experience of this? Any help or advise to try and change their position? Anything else I can do to prove is dependency? As it stand they wont apply with him as a dependent to travel and this may be a showstopper.. Thanks MM
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