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Old 07-10-2013, 01:20 PM
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Form 80 Guidance Notes

The Australian immigration Form 80 document can be quite daunting at first glance therefore we have put together a number of guidance notes which should assist you with completing the form.

The guidance notes can be found using the following link:-

Form 80 Guides and Information

If you have any further questions, queries or comments, please add them to this thread.

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Form 80 Question 11.

Hi there, I have had two or three previous passports (all in the same name and with the same details) however I have lost all of them. I have a photocopy of my most recent one but have lost the passport information from when I was a child. I was issued a new German passport every 5 years and my parents took me travelling since I was a baby... Does this matter? Can I write a note to say that the document has been misplaced?

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I would imagine that the most important thing is that you first produce a valid original passport today. Secondly the IMMI are aware children often travelled with parents on parents passports so i wouldnt worry to much about passports you had as a minor. You must provide any details of passports you previously had as an adult if you cannot then just provide your most current passport details, from this information they will can check all previous passports issued in your name.

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Just a question regarding the form 80, i have sponsered my husband from Pakistan on a sposual visa myself being born in australia, he didnt send this with the initial application does that make a diffirence? Or should he just wait till they get back to him and request for it? would it affect the time or is it better if my husband sends it now?


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when did he start his application, it seems this form 80 is being requested now. I would have sent it off with the initial application, if you have a CO comtact them and ask if this is required, it will save allot of time in your partners decision.

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We lodged it only at the end of june havnt gotton any confirmation email yet or a CO or any ref number, maybe when we do get the email ill tell him to send it without them coming back and asking him...thank you so much


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If your husband is from Pakistan there is no WAY they won't request it. Pakistan is classed as one of the highest risk countries there is. Have him submit it right away. You're already looking at at LEAST a year of waiting for external security checks (based on what we've seen from other applicants from Pakistan on this board), and they can't start those until they get the Form 80 (and even then, they might not start it right away). If you don't want to delay his application even more, get it to them right away.

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Thank you Collegegirl ill make him send it ASAP! thank you for your help...hmm yea ive convinced myself that it may take up to two years in total

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Ugh.... I hope it doesn't take that long, but better to plan for the worst.

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is FORM 80 must be submitted by every principal applicant?


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