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Old 06-21-2015, 11:03 PM
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Thank you for all the interesting info here! I shall most probably be back soon with questions of my own regarding confusions I encounter. :P

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Originally Posted by NikkyR View Post
Hi everyone,

I'm a little bit confused.
Do we have to attach statutory declarations or statements if it's an online application? We already detailed our relationship in his and my online application... do we have to do it again and with witness?
Visa de facto 820/801

I'd suggest that you write the statements in a separate document and upload them. Include as much as you can in the online form.

It seems that many people in this thread like to write very long statements. I'd keep it short and simple. Remember that there are a number of aspects of the relationship which you are being assessed on. Keep the statement focused and relevant to those aspects.

Give a few examples on how your relationship meets each of the aspects and a couple of lines showing your emotional attachment and commitment.

Keep in mind, quality over quantity here.

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