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Payment for de facto visa (UK citizen applying for Australian visa)


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Old 09-18-2011, 01:31 AM
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Payment for de facto visa (UK citizen applying for Australian visa)

Hi,

I'm a UK resident and I'm in the very first stages of processing for my de facto/relationship visa i.e. I'm making a list of all the forms I require before filling them out etc. When is payment ($1995) due, does the application get pre-approved and then payment is required, or do you have to pay for it afterwards?

I will no doubt have several questions to ask over the next few months so...

Thanks in advance.

Neil


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Old 09-18-2011, 01:45 AM
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Hi Neil,

You send payment with the application. I paid by bankers draft. The de Facto form has a checklist at the end to make sure you include everything required. Very useful!


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Old 09-18-2011, 01:49 AM
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Cheers Bear, That's handy, sounds like there are a lot of forms to fill out/medial form/police checks to complete..!


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Old 09-18-2011, 01:55 AM
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No worries. There are but they are not difficult. The hardest question is probably which countries have you been too in the past 10 years and the date. if you're a traveller that's a lot but really the questions are basic about yourself and partner. Police check is very simple. Health check I found simple too. You sound prepared so am sure you'll be fine. Off shore applications seem to get granted quicker than on shore according to timelines BUT each case is individual. 


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That's pretty handy to know. I've been travelling for the last two years, been in Australia (obviously), NZ and Canada, heading back home to England next year some time, so will either start applying from Canada or England.


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Just thought - check the requirements but if you've lived in other countries you need police checks from them too. It states requirement on form, if you've only 'travelled' you don't need them. Good luck Neil!


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Just thought - check the requirements but if you've lived in other countries you need police checks from them too. It states requirement on form, if you've only 'travelled' you don't need them. Good luck Neil!
Only police checks from countries in which you have lived for 12 months or more in the last 10 years


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Old 09-18-2011, 05:33 AM
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Thanks for clarifying Sarah. 


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