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Old 10-06-2018, 08:40 AM
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The way the information is presented is terrible, yes. But the information you need is there.

What I did was click the two information links they give you and printed them out.
Information for your permanent partner visa application and the checklist.

Then I highlighted all of the things that were relevant to my application. I took the info from the first link and wrote notes in on the checklist. For example, the checklist says:

NPC from AFP
-Applicant
-Sponsor (if applicable)
-Dependent applicant(s) (if applicable)


So how did I know if the police clearances were needed? I checked the information sheet which said

A National Police Certificate (NPC) from the Australian Federal Police (AFP) is required in the following circumstances:

A NPC from the AFP is required for any visa applicant (including dependents) who is
over 16 years of age and who has lived in Australia cumulatively for 12 months or more since their last NPC was obtained. Given that 12 months must have elapsed since the applicant has turned 16, a NPC will only need to be obtained for applicants who are over the age of 17.

If you have included a dependent child or children (who is/are currently under the age of 18) as part of this application, the sponsor must also provide a NPC from the AFP.

If the sponsor provided a clear NPC at the temporary visa stage of the application they will not be required to provide a further NPC.


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Ok but when u click on the statutory declaration it says sponsor so I fill that out right

Wheres the statutory declaration that he needs to fill out

As for the police check

We both need to do one as stated in checklist

This is so stressing and confusing
Applicant doesn't need to do a statutory declaration form when applying online (because the statement is built into the form questions).

Sponsor needs a statutory declaration and they supply the link to it.

As for police checks, read the info sheet provided to see if you need them. You may or may not depending on the circumstances of your individual case.


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Ok but when u click on the statutory declaration it says sponsor so I fill that out right

Where’s the statutory declaration that he needs to fill out

As for the police check

We both need to do one as stated in checklist

This is so stressing and confusing
Applicant doesn't need to do a statutory declaration form when applying online (because the statement is built into the form questions).

Sponsor needs a statutory declaration and they supply the link to it.

As for police checks, read the info sheet provided to see if you need them. You may or may not depending on the circumstances of your individual case.
When we applied for temporary visa offshore he did a police check from his country I didn’t do one as I’m the sponsor

So this time would I need to do one and he needs to one as for statutory declaration the form questions r on the sponsor declaration not the applicant when u click on that link it says sponsor

Do u know what I’m trying to say as I’m so confused maybe I should get help or get a migration agent to do it as I don’t want to ruin the visa for my hubby


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Hi all

Can I please ask one question?

I have done my Stage 2 (100) application and currently waiting for the decision or to be contacted. It was done on the applicant's Immiaccount.

Naturally, it now shows "Family -Stage 2" being the active application (Further Assessment).
"Family - Stage 1" shows as Finalised.

On the other hand, on the sponsor's Immiaccount, it says "Family - Sponsorship, Submitted" With the 309 application submission date.

We have not done anything on the sponsor's Immiaccount for the 100 application. Everything has been updated on the applicant's account.

Do we need to submit anything on the sponsor's Immiaccount and link both together somehow??


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Hi all

Can I please ask one question?

I have done my Stage 2 (100) application and currently waiting for the decision or to be contacted. It was done on the applicant's Immiaccount.

Naturally, it now shows "Family -Stage 2" being the active application (Further Assessment).
"Family - Stage 1" shows as Finalised.

On the other hand, on the sponsor's Immiaccount, it says "Family - Sponsorship, Submitted" With the 309 application submission date.

We have not done anything on the sponsor's Immiaccount for the 100 application. Everything has been updated on the applicant's account.

Do we need to submit anything on the sponsor's Immiaccount and link both together somehow??
No. .


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Hey All

It’s been 2 weeks since immigration said that my husband the applicant can start on his second stage of visa 100 my question is his eligibility is October 26 2016 can he apply after October 26 2018 like a month later or few weeks later or even till next yr would it affect his visa or anything

Thx


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It’s been 2 weeks since immigration said that my husband the applicant can start on his second stage of visa 100 my question is his eligibility is October 26 2016 can he apply after October 26 2018 like a month later or few weeks later or even till next yr would it affect his visa or anything

Thx
Once he hits the eligibility date, his Stage 2 is in queue regardless of if he submits what he needs to or not. So if they look at his file and there's nothing there, especially when they've notified him of it, then he'll risk having his Stage 2 refused.


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It’s been 2 weeks since immigration said that my husband the applicant can start on his second stage of visa 100 my question is his eligibility is October 26 2016 can he apply after October 26 2018 like a month later or few weeks later or even till next yr would it affect his visa or anything

Thx
Once he hits the eligibility date, his Stage 2 is in queue regardless of if he submits what he needs to or not. So if they look at his file and there's nothing there, especially when they've notified you of it, then he'll risk having his Stage 2 refused.
Omg then we should start on it this week before his due date

If I have known this earlier I would have done it

One more question where do I find the link to the AFP

Thx


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Omg then we should start on it this week before his due date

If I have known this earlier I would have done it

One more question where do I find the link to the AFP

Thx
They list it on the website that walt times are from date of eligibility and they've contacted you prior to the date to say you can submit a month prior.

From the AFP website. There are instructions on which code to use in the visa website.


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It’s been 2 weeks since immigration said that my husband the applicant can start on his second stage of visa 100 my question is his eligibility is October 26 2016 can he apply after October 26 2018 like a month later or few weeks later or even till next yr would it affect his visa or anything

Thx
Once he hits the eligibility date, his Stage 2 is in queue regardless of if he submits what he needs to or not. So if they look at his file and there's nothing there, especially when they've notified you of it, then he'll risk having his Stage 2 refused.
Omg then we should start on it this week before his due date

If I have known this earlier I would have done it

One more question where do I find the link to the AFP

Thx
I just called immigration and asked the same question I asked u if it affects his visa and u know they said no it dosnt but better to do it don’t want to risk it


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