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Old 03-28-2016, 03:15 PM
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Hi everyone I was hoping to get some advise on a onshore partner visa application.

I am Australian and we are applying for a partner visa. My partner of 10 years is an EU citizen and we have been living together since 2007.

1.Over the 10 years we have many photos of us together from holidays, birthdays, home photos. How much photographic evidence should I include. Should it be 5 photos for every year or is that too much?

1b We are also in a same sex relationship and not out to our some of our immediate family's who are connected with us on FAcebook So our social aspect is not as strong. What can we do in this case.


2. We don't have many joint invitations from friends.However we do have a small amount of photos with our group of friends but I feel this might now be enough. What can I do? I have a couple of friends and relative who can vouch for our relationship. What else should I consider to prove the social aspect of our relationship?

3. We are applying under the immi account. Should the immi account be created under my partners name or me being the partner sponsor to submit our application.

Thanks so much !

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Old 03-28-2016, 07:51 PM
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1, wouldn't even do that much. You just want to use enough to do a snap shot of the relationship developing.
1b not an issue.
2. Provide what you have and the others can do a stat dec or form 888 depends on nationality.
3. Under the applicants name.


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1, wouldn't even do that much. You just want to use enough to do a snap shot of the relationship developing.
1b not an issue.
2. Provide what you have and the others can do a stat dec or form 888 depends on nationality.
3. Under the applicants name.
Aussie83 thank you for your answers


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Aussie83 thank you for your answers
My partner and I aren't even friends on facebook for a whole heap of reasons. Its not an essential.


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