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Old 11-04-2011, 01:09 PM
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FYI:

What an expensive piece of paper a single status certificate is.

How do they justify the extra expense for a search beyond 10 yrs! Bureaucracy at it's finest.

For me, I was told by the lady behind the counter that the search extends all the way back to ones 16th birthday. ~$80!

Oh, and for those that are thinking about using a medicare card as a form of ID. Check that the name on that card is exactly the same as it is shown on all your other forms of ID. If not, they will not accept it.

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I was asked to provide my sponsor single status certificate, the lady at the counter said to her to provide her divorce certificate and she was be able to search from the date of her divorced till today which is 1 year and the 8 month and it only cost her $20.


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Form 956

Hi guys,

I'm currently filling the form 956 as I am the one who assists my girlfriend complete visa application and also authorized person to receive document from DIAC.

My question is: Do i complete the form 956 and submit it to DIAC before i submit the visa application or i can attach this form together with the visa application?

Also in question 17, it stated to provide at least one of the follwing number (if known)

DIAC Request ID number (RID)
DIAC Transaction Reference Number (TRN)

I already paid for visa fee, is the receipt number equivalent with TRN?

Thanks,
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Hi Guys,

My girlfriend received a letter from DIAC for an interview on 16/01/2012. We are very happy because I don't expect the interview to be that quick. Anyway, We are currently very nervous. I have had a look at all the interview questions but I still feel like this is not enough so I would appreciated any advises on how to prepare for the interview.

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Hi Guys,

My girlfriend received a letter from DIAC for an interview on 16/01/2012. We are very happy because I don't expect the interview to be that quick. Anyway, We are currently very nervous. I have had a look at all the interview questions but I still feel like this is not enough so I would appreciated any advises on how to prepare for the interview.

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hello khoa,
The questions are based on the forms that your fiancee fill-out, about your relationship, when, how and where you met, about you and family details, your job. Your future plans, job that she wants to do if they grant her there visa. Don't be nervous, if you knew each other enough and have genuine relationship there's nothing to be afraid of.


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Hi guys,

I'm currently filling the form 956 as I am the one who assists my girlfriend complete visa application and also authorized person to receive document from DIAC.

My question is: Do i complete the form 956 and submit it to DIAC before i submit the visa application or i can attach this form together with the visa application?

Also in question 17, it stated to provide at least one of the follwing number (if known)

DIAC Request ID number (RID)
DIAC Transaction Reference Number (TRN)

I already paid for visa fee, is the receipt number equivalent with TRN?

Thanks,
Khoa
hello khoa,
You need to submit all therel documents together, if they need further documents they'll ask for it..

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