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Hi,

I'm just about to complete my online application for a Partner visa.
I've got various documents and proofs ready to go but have reached the 'Submit' button without being asked to upload or otherwise supply them.

Can anyone who has gone through this process recall what happens beyond the Big Button?

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Hi,

I'm just about to complete my online application for a Partner visa.
I've got various documents and proofs ready to go but have reached the 'Submit' button without being asked to upload or otherwise supply them.

Can anyone who has gone through this process recall what happens beyond the Big Button?

TIA
You won't be able to upload anything until payment has gone through.

If you're paying by credit card then this should be immediate (or a short period of time) then you can access your application and attach your evidence.

If you're paying by BPay then you need to wait until payment has been cleared.

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Also, you can only fully access the sponsor application once payment has gone through.


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Thanks @Ramah.


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Just for reference, you get 60 slots for upload with the applicants application and then once you've submitted the sponsor application then you'll get another 60 slots.


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Also, you can only fully access the sponsor application once payment has gone through.
I am applying next month, so question on that .... when we pay and submit the applicant 47sp online form, we then will need to switch over to the sponsor form on the applicant ImmiAccount and fill that form out straight-away?

I've read that the sponsor could do the application on the applicant's account or the sponsor could set-up their own Immi account for their sponsor application.

How long is the sponsor's application? All the same information pretty much as applicant? Also, if we start the sponsor's application on the applicant's immiaccount, can we save/come back to it a few times like I'm doing right now for the 47sp? Thanks :-)


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I am applying next month, so question on that .... when we pay and submit the applicant 47sp online form, we then will need to switch over to the sponsor form on the applicant ImmiAccount and fill that form out straight-away?

I've read that the sponsor could do the application on the applicant's account or the sponsor could set-up their own Immi account for their sponsor application.

How long is the sponsor's application? All the same information pretty much as applicant? Also, if we start the sponsor's application on the applicant's immiaccount, can we save/come back to it a few times like I'm doing right now for the 47sp? Thanks :-)
You don't necessarily have to do it right there and then but you have to do the sponsor application for the whole application to be valid, we did ours the next day.

You can do it all from one account or create a second account, we used the same one as it was easier in terms of keeping everything together and the upload of evidence on one account.

The sponsor application isn't as long as the applicants, I think it's about 18 pages.

I think you can save as you go along but I' not sure, we did ours in one sitting and submitted

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Awesome, thanks Ramah. To be clear .... if the sponsor does their application on the applicants immiaccount .... both the sponsor and applicant will still be able to upload 60 documents each (120)? Or if to upload 120 documents total .... the sponsor should have a separate immiaccount?


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It doesn't matter if the sponsor creates their own inmi account or not, it's a new application that is created. Either way you can save as you go and either way you get the extra 60 slots for the sponsor, but you shouldn't need to use up 120 or you need an RMA to organize your app.

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Like Sky said, you would get 60 slots for each application, regardless whether you did the applications on the same or different accounts.

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