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Old 04-18-2017, 07:03 AM
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Document Type/Category wrongly selected in my partner application

Recently, I lodged 309 visa online and started uploading documents. For a few documents I selected wrong document type in drop down for example I selected Marriage, evidence of and uploaded flight tickets booked for my wife. I am now panicking as I am unable to change this type.. What should I do? Should I leave it like that? or should I write some email?

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It doesn't matter at all. While it's obviously more nicely organised for the CO(s) looking at your application if you've put it in the right category, they're required to consider it no matter what category you upload it under. So for example, if you uploaded a bank statement in the wrong category, they'd still be required to consider it as financial evidence. Don't worry - people upload things under the wrong category all the time. I've never heard of it being a problem.

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It doesn't matter at all. While it's obviously more nicely organised for the CO(s) looking at your application if you've put it in the right category, they're required to consider it no matter what category you upload it under. So for example, if you uploaded a bank statement in the wrong category, they'd still be required to consider it as financial evidence. Don't worry - people upload things under the wrong category all the time. I've never heard of it being a problem.
Thank you CG for the reply.

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It doesn't matter at all. While it's obviously more nicely organised for the CO(s) looking at your application if you've put it in the right category, they're required to consider it no matter what category you upload it under. So for example, if you uploaded a bank statement in the wrong category, they'd still be required to consider it as financial evidence. Don't worry - people upload things under the wrong category all the time. I've never heard of it being a problem.
Thanks CG for al the help and awesome post on how to prepare online 309 application.. I got my 309 approved in 6 months with the help of your post.
Thanks alot

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Thanks CG for al the help and awesome post on how to prepare online 309 application.. I got my 309 approved in 6 months with the help of your post.
Thanks alot
How lucky! Congrats! So glad I could help.

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