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Old 12-11-2016, 08:24 PM
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Hi tazzy
I think you can upload ur documents later. To my knowledge u apply ur partner visa application first. Then u will recive email to do biometric and medicals. I applied my application first then upload rest of documents later. Even i got late to upload my marrage certificate due to delay of australian marrage office delay. But it didnt effect to my application. They will contact u when ever they want futher eveidence. So first apply and then get da check list and prepare ur documents. If u want more help ask frm alberdina she done her by her self and she will help u.
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My tip is get the majority of the paperwork uploaded and submit your application first, if you have some extra thing to upload later you can always do that as the upload section stays open for you to add some things here and there if you need to


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Hi tazzy
I think you can upload ur documents later. To my knowledge u apply ur partner visa application first. Then u will recive email to do biometric and medicals. I applied my application first then upload rest of documents later. Even i got late to upload my marrage certificate due to delay of australian marrage office delay. But it didnt effect to my application. They will contact u when ever they want futher eveidence. So first apply and then get da check list and prepare ur documents. If u want more help ask frm alberdina she done her by her self and she will help u.
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I'm not sure if I am replying in the correct area or not - yes you can upload some more documents later after you have submitted your application online


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Thanks Booboo. I will lodge the online application first.

I have another question...?
What do you write on " The nature of the household " stat dec if you are not living together because we just got married.
I had never lived with my husband before so in the 'nature of the household' I just did a word document explaining we didn't live together therefore did not have any evidence they needed for that category. They understand everyone's situation is different but you still have to address each and every category regardless of it applies to you or not. Then I explained that we share things when we holiday together - things like our hotel receipts in joint names helped to prove that. Our visa was approved without they questioning anything. I then signed and dated this statement, I didn't do a stat dec


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If think its better to ask dat from john or someone else coz i use to live with my wife and back to sri lanka. Im sorry i i couldn't give u more details. John will help u with ths. And i guve u one advice if u in aussie u better to send some money to ur wife for living and u can add those money transfer documents as a evidence may be dat also be a nature of household
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I never really sent money to my husband (I live in Australia) but I think 2 times in out relationship I did and keep the receipts for that. Don't just send money for purposes of helping with the visa, do whatever you would do normally as part of your life. If you have time in your relationship and proof of acceptance from family and friends all the rest of the things will be ok. I stressed far too much about having this and that and supplied so much stuff but hubby didn't do a 'statement of relationship' and they never asked although I did one myself. I think they like hard concrete evidence, for example I had 3 years of itemised phone bills from my mobile - things like that you can't argue with


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Thx for valuble advice


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Old 12-13-2016, 05:47 AM
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1. Bubu1980 - DOL 25/05/2016 - In Process
2. ramiz - DOL 27/05/2016 - In Process
3. DevindaG - DOL - 07/06/2016 - In Process
4. Hakeem - DOL - 02/08/2016 - In Process
5. Blessed4life - DOL - 17/08/2016 - In Process
6. Marigold2016 - DOL - 31/08/2016 - In Process
7. mpink - DOL - 10/10/2016 - In Process
I lodged on 20/02/2016 and that's still in progress ☹️


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Old 12-13-2016, 05:59 AM
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I lodged on 20/02/2016 and that's still in progress ☹️
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Its too long wating so did u hear frm them abt nythn


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I lodged on 20/02/2016 and that's still in progress ☹️
Probably due to the Dhaka to Colombo transfer process

Similar incident had happened in previous years from Singapore to Colombo transfer... You will find it in this thread in the previous pages

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I never really sent money to my husband (I live in Australia) but I think 2 times in out relationship I did and keep the receipts for that. Don't just send money for purposes of helping with the visa, do whatever you would do normally as part of your life. If you have time in your relationship and proof of acceptance from family and friends all the rest of the things will be ok. I stressed far too much about having this and that and supplied so much stuff but hubby didn't do a 'statement of relationship' and they never asked although I did one myself. I think they like hard concrete evidence, for example I had 3 years of itemised phone bills from my mobile - things like that you can't argue with
Thanks alberdina for your tips. I am sending money to my wife via Western Union. I think I will include that receipts in Financial commitments als in Nature of household.


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Old 12-14-2016, 01:05 AM
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I have written a statement about explaining " History of my relationship" but there is no such a section me to upload it.

I can see :

Financial Commitments
Nature of your household
Social aspects

But there is no place to upload my relationship history with the applicant.

Anyone done this before?


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