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Online 309 visa - Best way to present photos evidence

Hi there,

Going to apply my partner visa offshore 309. Wonder which is the best way to present our photos. add a few photos in a A4 and upload the A4? or send them a DVD?

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Hi there,

Going to apply my partner visa offshore 309. Wonder which is the best way to present our photos. add a few photos in a A4 and upload the A4? or send them a DVD?

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I tried to merge photos into a PDF, but on uploading it was refused as it wasn't a valid file?

I just added a number of photos into one jpg and uploaded that.

I would not send them a DVD.

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Copy and paste max. 20 to 30 photos into a word doc. or similar and add details (date, place etc.). For online applications save as pdf and reduce size, then add to your application. DVD's will not be accepted. For paper applications, you can do as above and print out the document or print the individual photos and write the details on the back.

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Copy and paste max. 20 to 30 photos into a word doc. or similar and add details (date, place etc.). For online applications save as pdf and reduce size, then add to your application. DVD's will not be accepted. For paper applications, you can do as above and print out the document or print the individual photos and write the details on the back.
Thank you, so you CAN actually upload pdf content of photos then?


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We used a newsletter layout in Word when attaching evidence for our 300. Added our photos and used the text sections to describe our relationship while referencing the photos (about 16 photos I believe of the significant events and favorite pics). Did "Save As" within Word and selected the format from the drop down menu to save it as a PDF. Easily under the 5mb limit. Then uploaded another several months later since a lot had happened since applying.

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