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Old 06-22-2012, 05:24 AM
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Yeah me too.. I lodged decision ready aswell...

Form 47sp, 40sp, 80, 3 of form 888, 2 police check and sealed medical result.. As per requested from immi checklist, but yesterday while I was browsing on other migration agent blog. He mentioned about form 1221, which it nevr mentioned in booklet or website or immi checklist... I am confused now!

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I didn't do the 1221 form as it's similar to form 80 and according to the latest check list (May 2012 edition), form 1221 is not listed as required

below is a link from another forum in relation to whether to submit 1221 or not

Form 80 & 1221 - Required? - Application - SAAustralia Forums


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Old 06-22-2012, 06:06 AM
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Yeah, i didnt include form 1221 .. All the question in that form same as form 80 also its not on the checklist... Anyway let see what happen.

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hello everyone, i need some advice, i already lodged my application for sub-class 300 and earlier i reviewed my scratch form which is 47sp, i noticed i havent filled up the payment details but i included my tax invoice receipt in my application, im just worried they might think im not yet paid. pls help worried about it..


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Old 08-12-2012, 11:03 PM
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Hi Briana

I'm a little bit confused by your question. When you said you included your tax invoice receipt in your application, did you mean you have already paid the Visa Application Charge? If that's the case, then it should not matter too much as the receipt is self explanatory.


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