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  1. Visas and immigration
    Form 80: I was born overseas and moved to my current country when I was 10 months old. I have my place of birth changed when I was turning 18 years old from my overseas-born "city-country" to my father's birthplace. It was a compulsory by law to change for all overseas-born and my father did in...
  2. Visas and immigration
    Hi all! :) I have dual citizenship (mother is Japanese, father is British). I was born in UK therefore my birth certificate is British and states my full name: Alayna Saori CARTZ. However, when I came to Australia 3.5 years ago on a student visa (current), I came on my Japanese citizenship...
  3. Visas and immigration
    Hello, My father is a dual Australian UK citizen(he was born there and moved here as a kid) and I am wanting to apply for my citizenship - by descent with form 118, looking for a better life than the UK for my newborn. Only problem, dad and I aren't on good terms, we do not talk but he has...
  4. Visas and immigration
    hi, does anyone know, when applying for PMV, do i need to find a specific translation company to translate my birth certificate or would any certified translation be good? ive been looking at this website: https://www.certifieduktransl.net/ and this one: Certified Translation services by...
  5. Visas and immigration
    I don’t have a birth certificate. My birth year is 1987, from India.I am applying for 189 VISA. Guideline says: “If your country of birth does not issue birth certificates, provide written notification stating this, and provide your country's equivalent documentation, such as secondary school...
  6. Visas and immigration
    Hi, I apologise if this thread already exists but I haven't found anything similar. I am applying for a de-facto visa (309) from the UK , I am a Spanish citizen so I need to translate my birth certificate. I have asked the European Service by email and they say I don't need certified copies...
  7. Visas and immigration
    Hello everyone, I have a tricky situation. I am about to apply for my Australian citizenship. I have every required document apart from the birth certificate. We did not have such certificates in my country of birth at the time I was born. They have them now, but I am not sure if I can have...
  8. Visas and immigration
    Hi, we have an urgent issue here. I am a PR (Permanent resident) parent from Sydney applying for passport for my 3 months old infant (we are travelling away next tues 16/9). 2 Auspost outlets we tried they did not accept our application due to the Grant Notice document printout of my PR status...
  9. Visas and immigration
    Hey guys, First of all: thank you all so much! This forum has made preparing my onshore partner visa (820/801) so much easier! As we are hoping to send it off in 3 weeks we are in the final stages of getting the certified copies and putting everything together. There's only one thing I...
  10. Visas and immigration
    Hi guys Im applying for an 820 partner visa and my mum has just posted me my birth certificate from the UK. On the visa checklist it says that I need a birth certificate with both my parents names on - however my birth certificate is square and just shows: my name gender dob place of birth...
  11. Visas and immigration
    Hi All-- I'm a bit confused about the process of having official documents "certified" here in the United States. As it was a very easy procedure for my fiance in Australia (he simply took the original documents with the copies and had them certified at his bank), I assumed that I could do the...
  12. Visas and immigration
    Hi everyone, My girlfriend and I are currently preparing our partner visa application. It says to include a certified copy of the birth certificate, however, her birth certificate has "DO NOT DUPLICATE BY ANY MEANS" and "Warning: It is illegal to copy this birth certificate" (or similar)...
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