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Old 04-24-2016, 08:36 PM
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You do not generally need form 888 to make a valid application for a partner visa. It only applies where a person is affected by s. 48.
Most people assume it is needed as immigration say you need to do two of them

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Form 888 Statutory declaration by a supporting witness in relation to a Partner or a Prospective Marriage visa applicant (to be completed by two Australian citizens or permanent residents who have personal knowledge of your partner relationship
Even though it is only on the recomended list of documents.

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Most people assume it is needed as immigration say you need to do two of them



Even though it is only on the recomended list of documents.
Is this only applicable to 820s?
For 309s I thought you didn't need to submit 888s if you don't have anyone in Australia to do so, written statements/stat decs are enough depending on what's legal in the residing country. We submitted 888s about a month after submitting but attached written statements on lodgement.


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Is this only applicable to 820s?
For 309s I thought you didn't need to submit 888s if you don't have anyone in Australia to do so, written statements/stat decs are enough depending on what's legal in the residing country. We submitted 888s about a month after submitting but attached written statements on lodgement.
We did two 888's for the PMV 300 (over a month after submitting the application) even though we were both overseas. The forms make it look like they are needed. We also did a stat dec from someone local.

Did we NEED to do them? I have no idea now, but would we have got the visa if we had only done one, when they say 2 are needed ?

The conflict is in the words "recommended documents" and "2 are needed".

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Old 04-26-2016, 03:43 AM
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Thank you JandE

So, when we apply only, we just apply 47sp, then 40sp, then attached required documents right?

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Most people assume it is needed as immigration say you need to do two of them

Even though it is only on the recomended list of documents.


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Thank you Kahliimah,

what do you mean by written statements on lodgement?
do we need to attach statdec stated that we're going to submit the 888?

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Is this only applicable to 820s?
For 309s I thought you didn't need to submit 888s if you don't have anyone in Australia to do so, written statements/stat decs are enough depending on what's legal in the residing country. We submitted 888s about a month after submitting but attached written statements on lodgement.


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Old 04-26-2016, 07:17 AM
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Hi,

there's another questions that we'd like to ask,
My partner is from Indonesia, so the family card, birth certification is in bahasa, do we need to translate?
or just provide the scanned original one since we're going to apply online?

Where can i find the step-by-step process to apply online?

thank you so much


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Old 04-26-2016, 02:04 PM
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hi,

I really need more Information related to visa 820.
do we need to certified our scanned documents if we apply visa 820 onshore via online?

thanks for your time


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