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Old 08-19-2011, 01:06 PM
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hi again all,
i would like to know if its possible to use the form 888 statutory declaration by a supporting
witness relating to a partner visa application outside australia i mean make any of my family members to fill it and sign it then make it a true copy
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Hi,

You can get non-Australians to do a statutory declaration for you, but even if they do it on form 888 it won't have the same legal significance, so they can just use plain paper if you want. You don't make a copy, you must give the originals of any statutory declarations.

Make sure that you have at least 2 statutory declarations from Australian citizens or permanent residents, as it's one of the requirements of the visa.

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thank you saraM you are very helpful,il let u updated once we lodge our application,finger crossed...lol
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Hi all,
Just want to ask if the statutory declaration written by Family and friends need to be certified.
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i think your statutory declaration is written by your family and if you want to fill by family for family visa. So if you want that kind of i think you family should written off that


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hi again,one more question,
should i get statutory declaration in my mother tongue language or its ok to write it in englishif so should i notarized it or its ok to jst sign it and send it?
question 75 of the 47sp form
75 Did you enter Australia as the holder of a Prospective Marriage visa and
marry your sponsor?
what should i answer or leave it till hopefuly we get married and apply for partner visa?
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If you write it in a language other than English, you must have it translated.

Did you enter Australia as the holder of a Prospective Marriage visa and
marry your sponsor?

You say yes if you were granted a prospective marriage visa and you did marry your partner when you were on that visa.

Even if you are planning to marry your partner one day, but you are applying for a partner visa, you say no to this question.


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im applying for a prospective marriage visa,should i put no then or what?


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im applying for a prospective marriage visa,should i put no then or what?
In that case you put no. Once you are married, before the 9 months end, you will be applying for a partner visa. You will fill out the same form again and the next time you will put "yes".

There's a diagram on page 9 to explain:
http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/booklets/1127.pdf


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Old 08-21-2011, 12:07 PM
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If you haven't been granted the PMV and are not in Australia, you can't say yes to the question. So, you have to so no.

People who have a PMV, go to Australia, marry and apply for the partner visa onshore, say yes to the same question.

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