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Old 06-24-2015, 06:40 AM
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Anyone able to advise? Thank you!


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We have just done ours and found it a bit confusing too.

However in the end we wrote some brief summaries in the online boxes and then also refered to attached Stat Decs from the Applicant and Sponsor for more details.

Good luck and get it submitted before the price hike!


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Has anyone else not filled in the boxes and just attached the documentation instead? Syd. Did you follow the 4 different categories of commitment. Or just write one big statement? Thanks for your help.

Edit I seem to be a little confused. Do we both have to write about the social context, nature of household, financial etc? (2x in our own words or written once between us) or is that only written by the applicant?? (Explaining the evidence)

And then we write our own stat decs for the how our relationship began etc and how it formed?
From reading this forum over the last year, people write separate statements covering the history and development of relationship as well as the 4 broad categories. Naturally , there's some overlapping of info, but this is good since it serves as confirmation of what both parties state, but expressed differently. This is what my hubby and I did.

Others write separate relationship history/development but joint statements covering the 4 broad categories.

We chose the method that gave us enough leverage to describe our relationship in detail. I left out some details, but hubby covered others. We wrote them separately, so we didn't mimic each other's expression, but compared statements to make sure that no information was in conflict.


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Yes a combination of both worked for us. One short and almost point form and the other more a story and longer.


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We wrote joint ones for social, household & financial and then the relationship were individual ones. All were uploaded and we just wrote in the boxes to see attached statements.


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