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820 Partner visa_ is this enough evidence??

Hi guys,
I and my partner have been together for 2yrs with living together for 8months. We want to proceed sub820 but not sure if we have enough.

So EXCEPT all forms we will write,

Relationship registration
Joint account transaction records
Individual acc transaction records
Receipts for groceries
Utility bills
Wifi bills (paid by my partner only)
Superannuation (each other is beneficiary)

Lots of pictures
Movie, sports and festival tickets
Accommodation receipts
Car rental receipts
Mobile app call&txt history
Mobile app history whilst being apart

Yeah.. That's pretty much it..
We have done lots of trips but we love camping so nothing is remained as receipts or stuff..

We can also show we tried to find houses together with email records..

I will really well organise those..

Please let me know if you feel like it's enough or not and any advice will be appreciated.

Thanks!!


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Hi guys,
I and my partner have been together for 2yrs with living together for 8months. We want to proceed sub820 but not sure if we have enough.

So EXCEPT all forms we will write,

Relationship registration
Joint account transaction records
Individual acc transaction records
Receipts for groceries
Utility bills
Wifi bills (paid by my partner only)
Superannuation (each other is beneficiary)

Lots of pictures
Movie, sports and festival tickets
Accommodation receipts
Car rental receipts
Mobile app call&txt history
Mobile app history whilst being apart

Yeah.. That's pretty much it..
We have done lots of trips but we love camping so nothing is remained as receipts or stuff..

We can also show we tried to find houses together with email records..

I will really well organise those..

Please let me know if you feel like it's enough or not and any advice will be appreciated.

Thanks!!
Make sure you meet the 12 month de-facto requirement, unless you are married or have registered the relationship. Depending on your overall relationship history, 8 months co-habitation may not be enough.

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Make sure you meet the 12 month de-facto requirement, unless you are married or have registered the relationship. Depending on your overall relationship history, 8 months co-habitation may not be enough.

Hi, yes we have registered our relationship already. On that basis, would my evidences be enough??


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Hi, yes we have registered our relationship already. On that basis, would my evidences be enough??
How about statements by friends and family?

Best thing is to have a good look at the four main groups of evidence (finance, household, social, nature of relationship/commitment) and try and address them the best you can.

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