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Old 12-13-2011, 12:07 AM
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Hello everyone, I'm preparing all the documents for my de facto visa application. Can anyone please advise if I have to certify all my evidences (such as lease agreements, phone bills, conversation histories, employment contract, etc etc)? Also, are we supposed to combine all the statements for the 4 aspects in one statement? Or we should write 1 statement for the history of our relationship, and 4 statements for the 4 aspects? The docs that need to be certified are really much more than what I thought


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