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So my oh who is petitioner (cr1 noa1 November 2018) just recieved all of her tax information for past financial year. She earned just under the $20,500 needed but this is due to starting her job in April and having a lot of time off due to family bereavement . Based on a full 12 months she earns well over the required amount with wage slips etc to prove this. Will we need a joint sponsor or can we get a letter of employment from the company she works for and stating what she earns? Thank you 

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29 minutes ago, Danni30 said:

can we get a letter of employment from the company she works for and stating what she earns?

That and 6 months of wage slips will prove her current income is over the required amount. It is current income that they want to know. Make sure whatever you say on the form as current income matches what the employer says. You wouldn't put $30,000 if the employer said $29,500.  You still have to provide the latest tax return even if it doesn't meet the requirement.

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3 hours ago, Wuozopo said:

That and 6 months of wage slips will prove her current income is over the required amount. It is current income that they want to know. Make sure whatever you say on the form as current income matches what the employer says. You wouldn't put $30,000 if the employer said $29,500.  You still have to provide the latest tax return even if it doesn't meet the requirement.

Thank you. We thought that was the case but rapid visa say we still need a joint sponsor 

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7 hours ago, Danni30 said:

Thank you. We thought that was the case but rapid visa say we still need a joint sponsor 

Thats why you shouldn't use visa services like rapidvisa! :D


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