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  1. Naveed_dot may

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    If you are self employed you should be able to demonstrate that you worked arleast 35 hrs a week. As far as your tax documents is concerned it should be your quarterly bas lodgements, ato tax receipts end of the year tax report. Make sure your invoices got the hrs you worked on it for each week or fortnight. And the employment letter shuld be saying that your are a full-time contractor worked for 35hrs weekly.
  2. Naveed_dot may

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Brother please go for a migration agent and discuss your case it look like case officer is Not at all satisfied with your documents.
  3. Naveed_dot may

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    May i please know what exactly did you submited as a proof of employment is it clear enough to establish that you work min 35hrs for 53 weeks
  4. Naveed_dot may

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Please Contact mark from migration solutions. He is happy to help the applicant with this fuctional english matter he said this in his last facebook live. He asked the people who have been contacted by case officer for English request to share there details with him. He even said if someone doesn't want to share there personal details its ok he just need to see the example of a request letter so he can complain to immigration minister.
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    887 Visa - What's the update?

    With limited knowledge i Have you can't apply for for bridging visa or extend your existing bridging visa B when you are overseas. Whenever travel resumes you need to apply for visitors visa with all your supporting documents you have from your 887 visa such as existing expired visa and explain your situation through a cover letter. Hope that helps
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    887 Visa - What's the update?

    For your first question. Work claimed by Uber drivers etc --------------------------------------------- We have had a number of inquiries around claiming 12 months of work for the 887 visa (which is the PR step for 489 visa holder) where the work is as an Uber driver. We have received the following policy advice from DHA "...To meet the work requirement of a Skilled Regional 887 visa, the applicant must demonstrate they have worked 35 hours per week, with this work being full time. Where necessary, a visa 887 applicant may "add together" the hours worked in two part-time or casual positions to meet the full-time work requirement. For Uber, taxi and food delivery drivers, the department would consider their employment as contractor and self-employed. Evidence provided as part of a visa application would need to show turnover and costs to reflect the client having worked full time for 35 hours per week. This evidence can include, but is not limited to, ATO Tax Notification, fuel and vehicle costs, bank statements, profit/loss statement..." Iscah migration
  7. Naveed_dot may

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    It's about 457 and 482 employer sponsor visas
  8. Naveed_dot may

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    Dear members Iam going to apply for 887 soon. Need some expert advice about work related docs to proof 1 year employment. As iam working for sub contractor in nsw regional area he is paying me into my bank account. I get my roster into my email for 40 hrs. got time sheets for 40hrs per week. Can provide work refrence letter. But the problem is i got no payslips. Or super As i have to file my own tax return or show that income on abn. Hopefully is this docs enough to proof the work. Please help me to understand before it get too late THANKS.

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