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Old 02-07-2015, 02:49 AM
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Maybe that's the case...
Because I sent them paper they will return the favour. .. the same way..
I prefer to have it via Email though,
Then its easier to save the documents as Pdf files..
And also saves me from doing a lot of scanning :-)


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I agree email makes it easier as you have a copy stored in PDF which is good when applying for jobs if they request a copy.

You can try to ring up DIBP on Monday and ask for a password for VEVO and check it that way (if they give you one).


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Yes I will..
For the money they charge, they should actually supply a 24/7 sevice..

( there is no end to what an impatient and demanding applicant can ask for... :-P .. )


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My skills when it comes to internet are not great, as one can see though sometimes my posts comes up with small letters and sometimes larger..
So I think I did the better choice by applying on old fashion paper...
Ha ha ha ..


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Anybody who knows how the decision will be delivered.
Via email, snail mail or phone call?
Or will Tony Abbott knock on my door, hand over a sticker for my passport and then take me to the Pub for a few?

I did a paper application.
My CO called to inform us that the decision had been made and that she was emailing through my confirmation. Though, judging from some other posts, a call isn't that common. :O
The call was only 2 minutes anyway, the email was where all the real info was at. All my previous visas have been confirmed by email.

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My case officer called me to confirm my husbands 820 (after pmv) was approved, but I'd actually just received the email About ten mins earlier. Still very nice of her to call.

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If I was a CO I'd be calling everyone even if they asked for correspondence by email. I can imagine being a CO is not the most thrilling job in he world and the best bit would be granting people visas. So id be calling everyone to give them to good news lol - just to remind myself why I do the job!

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I haven't been able to access any Visa on VEVO since thursday 5/2..
And I don't have any missed calls or any voicemails, so if my application is approved. Then a call would have been done already..


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I also made a few calls to see if any of my friends that made a statutory declaration have had any calls from immigration. .
But they haven't. ..
what is this "statutory declaration"? is it your friends need to declare you are a good person before they grant your partner a visa?


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what is this "statutory declaration"? is it your friends need to declare you are a good person before they grant your partner a visa?
Sort of... it isn't that they say you're a good person, but rather they explain how they know you and your partner, their views on the relationship, and how they know you're a genuine couple. It can be written by friends, family, etc. Anyone who knows you well as a couple.

On the document checklist, the statutory declarations are listed as "two form 888s from australian citizens" or something like that. Most people submit more than 2 though.

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