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Lodging Defacto Visa Onshore in Person


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Old 10-06-2011, 03:47 AM
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Lodging Defacto Visa Onshore in Person

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone can help. I am about to submit my defacto visa in Perth but I cannot see anywhere whether you can actually lodge this in person or where??

On the payment page it says that credit and debit cards are the preferred method of payment but only credit cards are accepting if posting your application, implying that you can submit your application by hand.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!


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Old 10-06-2011, 05:12 AM
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Hi Regarding your Defacto Application!
You really worry about things! Put your debit card details as a credit card in the application. They really do not care about that and they just need a bank card that has enough money in it. So they do say credit card or debit card, just put what ever card you have mate!

Please find the postal address from the information booklet regarding 820/801 visa and send your application by registered post. According to the state you live there offices all around Australia.! Hope you goch it!


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If you want to apply in person you just have to show up at the closest "Deparment of Immigration", for Perth here are the details:
Western Australia (WA) - Contacts

Give them a call and see if they still make appointments, probably not, and if they say that they want you to send it by post - they actually can take applications in person but they'd rather not (more people in the waiting area), so just go in person if you want to (we did).


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Thanks for the advice! I think after so long preparing this visa I have completely stressed myself out!

One last question on defacto visa, myself and my partner have written stat decs but I am sure I read somewhere that we have to write a joint statement as well. What do we have to put in this? The only help I can find is about how the household duties are split.

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Thanks for the advice! I think after so long preparing this visa I have completely stressed myself out!

One last question on defacto visa, myself and my partner have written stat decs but I am sure I read somewhere that we have to write a joint statement as well. What do we have to put in this? The only help I can find is about how the household duties are split.

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Actually We did not put any joint statement. But we put a two separate statements about history of our relationship and all other household sharing things! But if you like you can put, I think it does not make any harm!

So yes if you have time put that statement too! We even did not put stat declaration our own but from our family we put two. But Still I got my 820 visa . Most of the time the case officer will contact you if the case officer needs more documents!
Cheers!


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