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Hi Everyone! I am new to the forum! My husband and I have lodged our 176 skilled-sponsored (family sponsored) visa and I am having a panic about how much money I said we were bringing. I am worried we haven't put enough down! Our agent said there is no prescribed amount, but I am worried that if the case officer feels we wont have enough money this will affect us getting approval! Please help! Very worried and confused can u be rejected for insufficient funds?:unsure: Thank you IELTS-passed 2010, Skills Assessment passed 2010, visa lodged 02/2011, medicals 05/2011
Guest posted a topic in Visa ChatHi there, just when i was about to submit my application, the system said I have Insufficient Funds for my HSBC credit card, its limit is aud$2000. but the 885 visa costs $2525. What should i do? Should I change to apply by POST? or Call HSBC to add the limit? or Can i transfer funds from my saving account to my credit card account? its very urgent the deadline is next week. Pls give me some advice.. many thanks.
Hi! At the moment, my spouse and I are applying for the SPOUSE VISA (Subclass 820) - in our initial application, we included: *Photographs (Me and my spouse at key events like birthdays, Valentines day etc as well as at days out, and with family both in England AND in Australia, spanning the whole period of our relationship) *Postcards *Letters (From us to each other, and from family to us) *Greeting cards (Christmas, Birthday, anniversary, Valentines Day and general & ones we gave to each other just because we wanted to) *Invitations (Wedding, and christening) * Flight itineraries showing that we have flown together (To get to Oz) as well as showing the one period of time that I was away from my Spouse (Returned for a pre-booked family holiday and to raise funds for this application) *A bank statement of mine (from England) showing dates and places of money being withdrawn in Oz As well as statutory declarations from both my spouses parents and everything else they requested. Recently, we received a letter we provided 'insufficient evidence to substantiate our claim' and to provide more evidence of us having a true defacto relationship, which (as suggested by them) can be evidenced by providing: *Evidence of joint... Bank accounts rent agreements terms of our wills insurance policies utility bills loans credit cards etc.... As well as providing all the evidence which we already gave them once. The problem is, we cannot provide any of the suggested things, simply because we don't have them. I didn't know I was even allowed to be joint ANYTHING until I got this letter, and our financial situation makes it impossible for us to have any joint bank accounts etc, since basically, we don't have the money left over to put into a bank - my spouse is on a pension and I do not work yet. We do not have wills, and all the rent, utilities and anything to do with the house we are in, are in my spouses name. All the money that I contributed to the household come straight from my savings in my English bank account, which now has run out of cash (I didn't know I could work here, so I had to go back to the UK, work, pay for my flight and use the money left to help with the daily expenses) We were given the '28 days and 7 working days' time limit to provide all this additional stuff, and I am stumped as to what we could provide. I have managed to secure New cards and photos from my 21st birthday 1 Statutory Declaration from a friend. Can anyone think of ANYTHING which could be of any use we could provide? ANYTHING AT ALL!! :wacko: We are in SUCH a true and continuing relationship but we cant prove that with bills and stuff. I cannot be away from my love :frown: Thank you!!!! LynzLove