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Old 01-09-2015, 09:16 AM
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One quick question of digression,
All of these scanned documents, compressed pdfs, merged files and whatnot...does immi/CO ever need a hard copy of all that, if I applied online?


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You can post on the ask mark thread, but you need someone to actually look at your evidence. Mark wont be able to give you too much on the forum.

Why not write a book anyway I often get quite upset because I think us genuine migrant couples go through a lot more than most normal couples. My friends are often dumbfounded by our situation and how hard it is for us - ive moved countries three times to keep my partner and I together, ive quite my job twice - there isn't anything I wouldn't do to keep us together and we have sacrificed a lot to be together - but I wouldn't have it any other way. Yet we have to jump through all these hoops to prove we are genuine - it's comical at times
Comical indeed Engaus. Inter-racial, inter-ethnic and inter-whatever couples deserve monuments, not books, for what we go through!

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Old 01-09-2015, 09:23 AM
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That's definitely not a lot of evidence . You said you applied in September - was that correct? So a lot of the above evidence is dated after your application date.

Speak to an agent. It's not about uploading evidence continuously, a lot of things are time of application, so uploading more now won't do anything to improve your chances.

To answer you question, the CO doesn't need a hard copy of anything you uploaded.

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Old 01-09-2015, 10:25 AM
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That's definately not a lot. Have u uploaded heaps of photos going back to day u met? Wills? Superannuation beneficiaries ? Correspondence addressed to both of u at same address?

I no u should have lodged much more at time of application but too late now, all u can do is continue to upload and hope for the best or withdraw and reapply close to end of ur visa.

I would recommend u get a bunch of form 888 not just 2 and get ur friends to detail what they know u have gone to be together in the form 888

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There is no point in uploading more evidence if it won't change the outcome. Speak to an agent as has been mentioned numerous times and find out if there is a chance you can change this around. They will know exactly what was a time of application evidence requirement and if there is any point.

From what you have listed above you are missing a lot. And i'm not sure the CO would be best pleased seeing 90% of your evidence dated after application date.

Don't wait 12 months for an outcome to do something. I can't mention enough how bad things will be if you get rejected. Withdrawing is better than a rejection!

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I agree with Engaus - before doing anything else, speak with a migration agent to get an assessment of what you've submitted already and see what they suggest to strengthen your application.

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I unfortunately agree with Engaus as well.

For example the 2 forms 888 are a requirement at the time of application - I believe just not having providing these might be a reason for refusal.

Here is the list of things you should have provided/
http://www.immi.gov.au/migrants/_pdf...-checklist.pdf

(except for forms 40 and 47 not required for online application)

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Please contact an agent, If your application is being done in Russia it could be good or bad for you as they seem very inconsistent.

As a guide for our PMV application we have uploaded 149 documents (about 25 relate specifically to kids) plus the application forms about 500 pages in total. The PMV requires less evidence than the Partner Visa. We may have a bit of an overkill there but were putting our best case forward. Mark is the only agent I have used and he gives 110% effort.

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BREID, I not long ago sent a SMS to Mark - I will cover cost of him to check your application and advise to a certain amount of $'s it will get you a good idea of where you stand. He knows my used name here AMPK. so now no reason not to call. Best wishes and luck.

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Old 01-11-2015, 12:14 AM
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Hi guys!
Thanks for your advice and help!
I appreciate it.
I seriously thought of withdrawing my application, but my husband and my in-laws are all against me doing that. I will try and get in touch with a migration agent tomorrow.

Anyways, the most interesting thing happened to me today when I tried to attach another Stat Dec (I've attached 3 back in September, soon after lodging the application, 2 from my parents-in-law and 1 from my sister-in-law) from a friend and I couldn't do it, because as it said, I have exceeded the number and size of files allowed to be attached to the application. (Which is weird, because obviously, I lack evidence, according to some of you and also my files were all compressed in size before attachment....)

I thought it's happening because it's too late to be attaching anything more after 4 months post-lodgment. But then we tried my husband's account and it went through.

I am stumped though, because, if the timing of attachment post-lodgment online of documents was an issue, why wouldn't it say on the application or application checklist? For example, that I'm obliged to attach evidence within a certain amount of days or something... Does it say anywhere on the immi site that I am required to attach documents only within a certain period of time after lodgment?


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