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Old 10-02-2017, 02:10 PM
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I'm a bit worried now because they said the evidence I have pass my application date is not going to count �� is that true?
I am not 100% certain about this, but I believe the whole point is to prove that you are a de facto couple before lodging your application

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1. Should we upload everything in one day or should we upload some of the documents we already have?
I'm sorry if this sounds harsh, but prior to lodging your application you should have had your evidence ready, organized in the correct categories and started uploading them. The fact that you've already lodged your application and paid the fee without gathering evidence and having it ready to upload is very poor form and could result in a refusal of your visa.

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2. Should we print our bank statements to highlight important ones?
You can, but I would suggest that you purchase a PDF editing program like Foxit. We are currently using this program to highlight and edit relevant information for our application. Again though, this is something you two should have done before lodging your application.

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3. Can we upload documents that are dated pass our application date?
I'm sure you can, but I don't know if it will count towards it as you are trying to prove that you are a de facto couple prior to lodging your application.

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4. Will the declarations from his parents, siblings, and even friends be enough as evidence?
It certainly won't hurt. In most cases people will tell you not to overdue it, but given the lack of evidence you have to support your de facto claim, I would say you could use them all. To give you an example, we have 4x stat decs from our friends and family in Canada and 6x stat decs from Australian friends and family in Australia - however, we are only using 3 from each country because we have heaps of other supporting evidence and documentation.

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5. How many weeks from application should we send the documents recommended to upload?
These documents should have been prepared, organized and ready for upload/submission when you lodged your application.

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My advice start looking for more evidence asap because your application can be assessed by immigration at any point in time and they are not obliged to notify you to submit extra evidence.
This. This is so true. If DIBP looks at your application tomorrow and only sees a few invites, pictures, bank statements and stat decs, it could result in your visa being refused.

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Old 12-16-2017, 10:05 AM
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hello!. i am new on this page. I just want some advice from people who lodge their Partner Visa already.

I kind of the same problem as hers. In my case, we are de facto for 3 years now. He was in Ph for 2 years and he was back here for over a year. We are both living in his mum's house as well but my partner is still looking for a job here in Aus. We have funds to prove that he can take care of me while I am here but his mum is providing for everyone in the house in terms of grocery and bills. What my partner is providing is only if we went out on a date.

And we are also trying to get a joint bank account now in preparation for getting the visa because most on the blogs i've read it is needed.

My dilemma is just maybe we will get refused because he doesn't have a job yet and we dont pay rent and bills :/. It is somehow frustrating me


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