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Applying for subclass 309 and 100


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Old 06-22-2016, 08:52 AM
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Applying for subclass 309 and 100

I have some questions with regards to subclass 309 and 100.Which I am applying online.


1. For certified copies of the marriage certificate and passport- when I apply nline, can I scan the originals while applying online rather than get copies and attest them

2. I read somewhere that when I apply for subclass 309 I should also apply for subclass 100 too online. Is that right? Because when I read it on 1127 Partner Migration booklet says after 2 years of applying for 309 I can Apply for 100.

3.There was a checklist asking for 4 passport size photos of mine, and have my name printed on the back. Is this applicable when I do it online also?

4. on Form 47SP says that if I plan to come to australia, I need to give my travel details. As of now, I have no plans, but later after some months, if I have to move with my husband to australia, should I make a note of it on Form 47SP?

5. When I provide pictures of us with other people, should I make a note of it when I submit it?

6. The form 47SP and 40SP, it says to fill in using a pen and in Block letters- however since I am doing it online- is it acceptable that I fill it online and print it for signing it and then scan it for applying online?

I know the list is a lot. But it would help, to have these details confirmed for us.



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Old 06-22-2016, 09:37 AM
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1/ Yes you can colour scan the originals

2/ It is a joint application for a 309 & 100 meaning that you only pay one fee. You then submit updated evidence after 2 years (if you don't meet the requirements to get a 100 up front). DIBP usually email you about 2 months prior to the 2 year mark for you to submit the updated evidence and complete the new form.

3/ We never supplied passport photos for the online one but people do. I would only submit one of each of you

4/ No, you just let the case officer know you are going to Australia if you plan to at a later date

5/ We had the photos in a word document and wrote underneath the photos who is in the photo then saved it as a PDF

6/ We typed everything in, so no issue at all.

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Thank you so much Mish


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