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820 de facto visa questions: On form 47SP and a statutory declaration


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Old 05-02-2016, 08:05 AM
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820 de facto visa questions: On form 47SP and a statutory declaration

Hello!
I know this is a silly question, but I'm trying to cover my back and make sure I don't do anything wrong:

Should I print out the form, fill it by hand and scan it, or should I fill it in using the computer *first*, then print it out? What is most advisable?

Second, my boyfriend and I have been living in a rented room in his family's home - paying rent/boarding. Because of this, there's no bills for services - because the services were included in that weekly payment! What is the best method for me to demonstrate that this was part of our mutual financial agreement/demonstrate that we paid for services and rent?

I was advised to get a statutory statement separate from form 888 from his mother - who is our landlady per se - where she would express the terms of the board and the services covered? Or should I make a statement with my partner for it?

Lastly:
On submitting photographic evidence of our relationship, including social events, should I label the pictures or should I submit the images as-is? I've preemptively put them on A4-sized photoshop files with small written descriptions on each. However, any advice on how to present this information is very welcome!

Thank you for your time.


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Answering your first question, you can fill out any forms on line, then print out the signature page, sign it, scan it and join it onto the document again. If you have Adobe Acrobat this is pretty straight forward.

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Answering your first question, you can fill out any forms on line, then print out the signature page, sign it, scan it and join it onto the document again. If you have Adobe Acrobat this is pretty straight forward.
Thank you!


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