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Hi all,

We're currently in the final stages of preparation prior to submitting our Partner Visa Application. We just however want to ensure that we have ticked all the boxes.

We were wondering whether anyone who has been successful in their Partner Visa Application, would like to share their checklist with us :). Nothing personal at all but just the standard checklist which has been put together and resulted in a successful application.

It'd be greatly appreciated and it'll help us out a great deal!

Regards,
Nancy
 

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The checklist that we used and was successful for us came from months of research. The checklist for the person after me could have included things we didn’t need and it worked for them.

If you have a search of the boards you may be able to find a generic list of what others have used and go from there.
 

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Hi all,

We're currently in the final stages of preparation prior to submitting our Partner Visa Application. We just however want to ensure that we have ticked all the boxes.

We were wondering whether anyone who has been successful in their Partner Visa Application, would like to share their checklist with us :). Nothing personal at all but just the standard checklist which has been put together and resulted in a successful application.

It'd be greatly appreciated and it'll help us out a great deal!

Regards,
Nancy
Hi Nancy, I got the list below from the internet and customized it to suit my own needs a couple of years ago. Just refer back to DIACs' requests in applying the sequence below to suit your needs. Thanks

1. The Applicant
Form 47SP - Application for Migration to Australia by a Partner Certified copy of passport
Certified copy of birth certificate Two recent passport photos

2. The Applicant's Character Documents Form 80
Penal Police Certificate (requires request letter from DIAC) for every country the applicant has lived for more than 12 months

3. The Sponsor
Form 40SP - Sponsorship for a Partner to Migrate to Australia Certified copy of passport
Certified copy of birth certificate Two recent passport photos
Certified copies of Sponsor's payslips over past 2 years

4. History of Our Relationship
Witnessed statement prepared by Applicant Witnessed statement prepared by Sponsor

5. Details of Our Wedding
5A. Applicant's Facebook announcement on the engagement 5B. Sponsor's Facebook announcement on the engagement
5C. Copy of engagement ring invoice
5D. Certified copy of the official marriage certificate 5E. Certified copy of 'Certificate of Marriage'
5F. Wedding photographs
5G. Email confirmation to the Sponsor regarding mini-honeymoon trip 5H. Copy of wedding congratulatory card from the Applicant's friends

6. Financial Aspects of Relationship
6A. Details and statements of joint bank account
6B. Bank statements showing bank transfers between the Applicant and the Sponsor

7. Nature of The Household
7A. Copy of council rates verifying that the house is owned outright by the Sponsor's mum (therefore no mortgage or rent for the Applicant or Sponsor to pay)
7B. Correspondence addressed to both the Applicant and Sponsor at the same address

8. Social Context of The Relationship
8A. Form 888 - 4 Statutory Declarations by family and friends
8B. Copy of wedding invitation and photos taken at Sponsor's brother's wedding
8C. Copy of wedding invitation containing Applicant's and Sponsor's names to a friend's wedding
8D. Copies of cinema ticket stubs
8E. Photos of the Applicant and the Sponsor with friends 8F. Evidence of joint travel

9. Nature of Commitment To Each Other
9A. Emails between the Applicant and Sponsor

Please note that I'm not an immigration agent nor expert, therefore, any opinions expressed on this platform are purely personal.
 
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