Defacto partner 309, evidence so far. Thoughts?

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Defacto partner 309, evidence so far. Thoughts?


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Old 07-08-2016, 05:39 AM
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Defacto partner 309, evidence so far. Thoughts?

Hi all!

Submitting for 309 visa offshore and online. We're a defacto couple thats been living together for 2 years.

Want feedback on the evidence I've submitted so far:

*40SP, 47SP
*Engagement cards
*Police registration for both of us at our rented apartment
*2 years joint rental contract
*2 years internet bill for the apartment
*Passports, IDs, birth certs for both of us
*No criminal record certificates for both of us
*7 x 888 statuary declarations
*4 x letter statements from friends
*Phone logs going back 7 months
*Email logs going back a year
*Social media screenshots going back a year
*Having each other as emergency contacts
*photo of engagement ring and receipts
*nature of household responsibilities statement
*tax summary for 2016 to ATO with spouse listed
*photos of birthdays, engagement, holiday trips, social occassions
*1 set of holiday flight tickets we went together
*stat dec of staying for free at family apartment on arrival in Australia while we get set up
*sponsors tax summarys going back 5 years
*sponsors work contracts going back 3 years
*statement how relationship developed

Getting:
* his/her bank accounts showing the same address
* his/her wills which will have each listed as partners
* 2 more sets of holiday flight tickets
* health check to add

Thoughts?

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Old 07-14-2016, 12:46 PM
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Currently doing the same thing.

Your evidence looks very, very strong.


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Hi RMikey,

Your evidence sounds good to me too. I can only compare to what I had and it's very similar (I got 309 approved on Monday).

Has the internet bill bill both your names on? The only small thing that stands out to me is maybe you could add some more evidence to show how you shared finances. I highlighted items on bank statements where we transferred money to each other for bills or food shopping etc as well as having a couple of bills that had both our names on. Perhaps also a few photos of you both together with each others families or friends? I don't think they want loads but maybe a handful if you had them.

I hope that helps somewhat. Best of luck


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