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I spent a long time forming volumes of proof and explanations. When I first read the immi website it said certified documents need to be below 5MB. This was many months ago. I should have reread it again in the more recent months to refresh my memory. Unfortunately I didn't.

Yesterday I realised after rereading the document upload's part that images in pdf still need to be 96dpi. I've only just checked volume 1 and most of them are 300dpi - really good quality and the pdf is still under 5MB.

Do you think they would know the difference between 96dpi and 300dpi?

Should I go through and change ALL the images to 96dpi in WORD format which I then convert to pdf then use the program Smallpdf to compress?

Has anyone had any issues with the CO requesting better images?
 

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Just my opinion, but I would think as long as the pdfs are clear and legible, then it would be acceptable. A lot of people don't follow those upload guidelines and the only one I've seen be an issue is the file won't upload if over 5mb. For example, things like no spaces and only using certain characters in file names often gets ignored as people either don't care or don't know.

By the sounds of it, with a handful of pdfs as relationship evidence and the required docs uploaded individually, you'll only be coming in around 10-20 documents on your side? I would just upload what you have as you have 60 of your own slots and 60 under the sponsor so plenty of space to reupload if requested to.
 
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