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Hi Guys,
 
I am new to this forum and sorry if this has been discussed earlier. But a little help would be much appreciated. 

I will be on subclass 489, stay in a regional area (Adelaide) and working for a company outside of Australia. I would be able to show work contracts, payment proofs into my Australian Bank, pay all applicable Australian tax and fulfill the 35h / week requirement by working remotely from Adelaide to support my clients overseas.

Considering all other conditions are met, would this work for 887?

Thank you.

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13 hours ago, BulletAK said:
Hi Guys,
 
I am new to this forum and sorry if this has been discussed earlier. But a little help would be much appreciated. 

I will be on subclass 489, stay in a regional area (Adelaide) and working for a company outside of Australia. I would be able to show work contracts, payment proofs into my Australian Bank, pay all applicable Australian tax and fulfill the 35h / week requirement by working remotely from Adelaide to support my clients overseas.

Considering all other conditions are met, would this work for 887?

Thank you.
 

its very important to have an employment contract which shows that you are working for Adelaide based company.

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Don't be put off by previous poster, I've been in the same situation so can speak from experience.  It doesn't matter where your employer is based, it could be Adelaide, somewhere else in Australia (think national corporations like banks), New Zealand or anywhere in the world (think global businesses like Apple).  The one thing you will need when applying for 887 is a letter from your employer stating that they sanction you working in South Australia, preferably giving your home address as your place of work, and also stating your hours of work and salary.  If you can get that then you shouldn't have a problem.

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3 hours ago, persianharry said:

Don't be put off by previous poster, I've been in the same situation so can speak from experience.  It doesn't matter where your employer is based, it could be Adelaide, somewhere else in Australia (think national corporations like banks), New Zealand or anywhere in the world (think global businesses like Apple).  The one thing you will need when applying for 887 is a letter from your employer stating that they sanction you working in South Australia, preferably giving your home address as your place of work, and also stating your hours of work and salary.  If you can get that then you shouldn't have a problem.

Hey man thats awesome. Yes I will surely be getting that. I will ask my employer to write my South Australian address as my place of work i.e. my home address and the number of hours. I do have time sheets as well that I submit that shows hours of work done on monthly basis per day. 

Let me know one thing bro? Have you applied the same way as well? 

My employer is UAE bases and dont have any registration or anything in Australia. Its just that they will be paying me where I am located since my work is to support my clients remotely. 

Thanks for your help. 

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Hi Guys,

Is their anyone who has really claimed an overseas experience for 887 visa and has been granted as well? 

A real experience would highly be appreciated since this cannot just be tried. I wont be having an option to go back and change my experience thats why little curious to know if it really works.

Many thanks for help. 

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On 2/5/2019 at 11:16 AM, Dee said:

its very important to have an employment contract which shows that you are working for Adelaide based company.

Yes I have that. I have a contract which clearly shows I am an independent contractor and I have a letter as well referring that contract saying I am working from Adelaide. 

Hope this would suffice? 

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