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Old 07-18-2016, 06:58 AM
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Few questions on form 47sp

Hi guys,

I was completing form 47 for my 820 visa,
and having some questions so I'd hope someone can give me definite answers to those.

1.

On page 3, supporting documents section says "Do not provide originals unless you are asked.", it means if I translate my birth certificate to English from NAATI, then I should not have to include the originals? I was thinking of certifying originals and english translations both, but am confused now..

2.

Question 24
If I choose 'Second stage processing address' option, I should write the residential address as my current one, as I don't really know where I would move if I do.... Is this correct?

3.

Question 14/37
Could I include my English name or my partner's nickname as it will be shown a lot more than our real name on any kinds of evidence we are showing??

4.

Question 76
I have given some money from WORKCOVER QLD as I got hurt at my workplace, should I include them??

5.

Part J - Document checklist
There are many parts that are not relevant to me, for example, "If you, your fiance or partner.... has been married... " or children matter. Should I check them to show that I have checked that I need to submit the documents in that case or write N/A or not doing anything??



As I go through, I admire those again who have been through any kinds of visa by themselves. It is very demanding, and need to be very tolerant, and need to be super careful as well. I hope everyone who is reading this or anyone applying for genuine visa will get the good result on their application.

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1you translate it in english,certify it at notary (usually translation agency doing it) and send it to embassy. you dont need to send original birth certificate

2 you write your current address, if you move somewhere you write to embassy,that you have changed you adress


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3 yes,you can include your nick names


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4 not sure. these money r part of your income...


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1. This means you shouldn't send in the original documents, only photocopies. If you are applying online - which is much easier - you can scan in the original and attach it to your application.

2. You should use your current address. During the second stage they will email you and you can update your address to your Australian one.

3. I don't remember what this question asks but you could say that you call each other a specific nickname. However ensure that there is no confusion between your official names on your birth certificates and your nicknames.

4. I don't remember what this question asks.

5. Imagine you are the Immigration official reading this ... what would you need to see. I think you should indicate if questions are not relevant. Don't just check the boxes, it might confuse the person processing your application.

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