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Old 06-11-2016, 08:07 AM
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We are preparing our evidence right now and looking into getting some more things with our name on it to strengthen our case.
We have just taken out life insurance together and also home and contents here in Japan.
My question is, is it even worth having as it will only have been for a few mons once we send off the application? Would they look at that as a red light or anything? Or is it necessary?
FYI we have been married and living together in Japan for over 4 years and were dating since 2008.
Also just as an extra question, how much info do they really want? We don't want to bombard them with evidence which we could quite possibly doing.

Thanks in advance!

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Old 06-11-2016, 09:22 AM
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We submitted our application in Feb and only recently added wills and beneficiary for superannuation/pension fund. We can't have joint accounts and we have no joint assets so we thought it would be a good idea. We wanted to do it anyway but we gonna wait until we moved to Australia but we decided to do it now cause it would be good evidence.

The only thing you can really bombard them with are too many photos or stuff they can't use like videos. Even then they can't refuse a visa because you submitted too much. I would just be worried about the 120 file upload limit. There is no set amount of stuff they want you just need to submit the mandatory stuff and satisfy the 5 sections. They never say exactly how much evidence satisfies those 5 catagories.

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