STATUTORY DECLARATION – PARTNER VISA (SPONSOR)

Statutory Declarations Act 1959

What is STATUTORY DECLARATION

For the Australian Partner visa, you need have you sponsor approved after the Partner visa submitted. The Statutory Declaration is a criteria to assess your genuine exclusive relationship.

STATUTORY DECLARATION Four Elementors

For the Australian Partner visa,  there are for main criteria to demonstrate the genuine and exclusive committed relationship

Finances

Show how you and your partner share financial matters. You could give evidences:

  • joint mortgage or lease documents
  • joint loan documents for major assets like homes, cars or major appliances
  • joint bank account statements
  • household bills in both names

Your household

Show how you and your partner share domestic matters. You could give evidences:

  • a statement about how you share housework
  • household bills in both names
  • mail or emails addressed to you both
  • documents that show joint responsibility for children
  • documents that prove your living arrangements

Commitment

Show how you are committed to a long-term relationship with each other. You could give evidences:

  • proof you have knowledge of each other’s background, family situation or other personal details. You could tell us this at an interview
  • proof you have combined your personal matters
  • the terms of your wills
  • proof you stay in touch when apart

Social matters

Show evidence that others know about your relationship, such as

  • joint invitations or evidence you go out together
  • proof you have friends in common
  • proof you have told government, public or commercial bodies about your relationship
  • proof you do joint sporting, cultural or social activities together
  • proof you travel together

you need have you sponsor approved after the Partner visa submitted. The Statutory Declaration is a criteria to assess your genuine exclusive relationship.

Statuary Declaration about Financial Commitments

Describe financial commitments you and your partner share, for example joint/individual bank accounts, ownership of property or other major assets, pooling of financial resources and sharing of day to day household expenses

Statuary Declaration about Social Commitments

Describe the social aspects of your relationship including social activities, attending special events or joint travel you and your partner undertake.

Statuary Declaration about Household Arrangements

Describe the nature of your household including any joint responsibility for the care and support of children, your living arrangements and sharing of the responsibility for housework.

Statuary Declaration about Long Term Relationship

Describe the nature of your commitment to each other including the degree of companionship and emotional support you draw from each other and whether you see the relationship as a long-term one.

Proof of your relationship – Statutory Declaration

You need to show you are in a continuing relationship with your sponsor.
  • you have a mutual commitment with your spouse of de facto partner to the exclusion of all others
  • your relationship is genuine and continuing

You should also show how long you guys have lived together or if there are reasons to live separately and apart on a permanent basis.

You should also show the date your relationship commenced and when the relationship begins.

  • Granted your temporary 820 visa

    820 Visa application as well as Sponsor ship approved – STATUTORY DECLARATION – PARTNER VISA (SPONSOR)

  • Granted you a permanent 801 Immediately

    If we granted you a permanent 801 Partner visa immediately after we granted your temporary 820 visa, you do not have to do anything else.

  • Not grant you a permanent 801 Partner Immediately

    If we did not grant you a permanent 801 Partner visa immediately after we granted your temporary 820 visa, you have to provide more documents.

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