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Old 07-02-2013, 06:22 AM
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Hi Frenchee, some people on here did their statements with a heading for each requirement (how you met, fincnaces, household, social) and a paragraph or two to cover each. Its best to keep it detailed but brief. Your CO may feel inconvenienced if they have to read through pages and pages so keep it to about 3 pages max in my opinion.

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Ok thank you, I'm already on my second page and still talking about before our de facto relationship started so it's definitely too long and too detailed I think. I'm gonna write it all and then try to summarize and clarify as much as I can.

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Hi, I just started to write on my history of the relationship statement and I feel lost!

I don't know how much I should detail our story,.... or if it is more important to detail more from the begining of the defacto relationship...or if I should explain the different aspects of it (finaancial, social..).?

Anyone knows what they really are interested in about these declarations?
Have a read of the migration booklet and answer the questions they ask. I juat did headinga and wrote what i needed for each section. In all it was about 3 pages. Do not write unneccessary details. U dont want to bore thwn. They dont want to know what u were wearing or what u ate for dinner. Its easier than u think as long as u stick to the queation


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Old 07-02-2013, 10:12 AM
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Thanks Ozzy, it's already what I'm doing, I'm using the booklet but I was wondering how much into details I had to write, I think I have a better idea now

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