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Old 04-20-2016, 02:29 PM
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Hi All,

We are applying for a partner visa (offshore) and we've paid the fee and I'm now starting to upload documents. I'm just confused if I can just scan and upload original documents or do they have to be certified copies of the originals? In know when my daughter got her citizenship by descent they just wanted originals (scanned) but I've read on the Immi website that they want certified copies of the original ... but I'm not sure if this applies to paper applications (rather than online through Immi account)

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We uploaded photos of the original documents, taken with the mobile phone. None certified.
That was all accepted OK.

Paper applications would want certified copies rather than sending originals.

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Old 04-21-2016, 10:44 AM
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We uploaded photos of the original documents, taken with the mobile phone. None certified.
That was all accepted OK.

Paper applications would want certified copies rather than sending originals.
Thanks a million for this - I thought that may be the case, but just wanted to hear from others

Appreciate the response


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Old 04-22-2016, 07:18 AM
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We went the super safe route and had all/most of my (the non-Aussie partner/applicant) papers notarised, then scanned those and uploaded them.

It does state they just need to be scanned(I believe in colour), but we figured why not be super safe.

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