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Old 06-26-2013, 01:12 AM
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We have just received my boyfriends medical check in the mail. Do we leave it sealed or can we open it? I wasn't sure if it has to be sealed for immigration or if we are allowed to read it

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We have just received my boyfriends medical check in the mail. Do we leave it sealed or can we open it? I wasn't sure if it has to be sealed for immigration or if we are allowed to read it
You have to keep it sealed.


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When you get your medicals done onshore, their general method is to send DIAC a copy and send you a copy as well. They generally advise you to keep it sealed in case something happens to the copy they sent DIAC. You just hang onto it. You can call the doctor's office and just verify that that's the case, though. Never hurts to verify.

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Thank you so much for your replies, I think I will leave it sealed and send it with our application.

When we write our statuatory declarations how do we set it out, do we have to write it in a letter format e.g Attn: Department of Immigration, re: Statuatory Declaration and to whom it may concern or?? Sorry I have tried googling a layout but I can't seem to find anything..


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http://www.ag.gov.au/Publications/Do...rationform.pdf


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Does it have to be on this form or can I write it on normal A4 writing paper?


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I'm not 100% sure, but I think you can write / type on paper.


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Does it have to be on this form or can I write it on normal A4 writing paper?
You can write it on normal writing paper. We typed ours up on the computer. Then we just used the stat dec form as a cover letter and wrote "See attached declaration" on it.
(See page 27 of Partner Migration Booklet 1.)

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Thank you so much for your replies, I think I will leave it sealed and send it with our application.

When we write our statuatory declarations how do we set it out, do we have to write it in a letter format e.g Attn: Department of Immigration, re: Statuatory Declaration and to whom it may concern or?? Sorry I have tried googling a layout but I can't seem to find anything..
I don't think you have to do a letter format. We just jumped right into our stories, "We first met at...", but like I said, we used the stat dec form as a cover to make it look more official to the JP.

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Excellent thank you so much, that is what I will do I think. Makes it easier for us


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