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Old 11-16-2017, 10:25 AM
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Does the sponsor need to upload a signed Form 40SP

Hi mates,

I just have one question.

My partner who is going to sponsor me a subclass 820 visa has already submitted the application Sponsorship for a partner to migrant to Australia. But I just see in my application there is also one place for him to upload Form 40SP Sponsorship for a partner to migrate to Australia, so I am puzzled, does it mean we still need to do that again?

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Hi mates,

I just have one question.

My partner who is going to sponsor me a subclass 820 visa has already submitted the application Sponsorship for a partner to migrant to Australia. But I just see in my application there is also one place for him to upload Form 40SP Sponsorship for a partner to migrate to Australia, so I am puzzled, does it mean we still need to do that again?

Thank you very much for your always kind help
I assume you applied online.

If your partner has completed an online application for sponsorship then there's no need to upload a paper copy

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I assume you applied online.

If your partner has completed an online application for sponsorship then there's no need to upload a paper copy
Thank you for your lovely reply!


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Thank you for your lovely reply!
You're welcome!

Best of luck with your application


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The website under that visa explains it:

https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Visa-...#tab-content-1


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If our resident RMA CCMS is correct in the rumors, Form 40SP is now obsolete.


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If our resident RMA CCMS is correct in the rumors, Form 40SP is now obsolete.
Really?? Paper applications still exist though, don't they??

Or has the sponsor assessment before application been implemented now??


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The website very clearly states instructions for online applications to have sponsors apply online and paper applications use the paper form. Wgat ampk if referencing is the word that they are trying to make it so you don't use the paper form for online apps. There was a thread recently somewhere mentioning it.


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Yes CCMS suggested that unconfirmed report/s among other things as of today - form 40 SP is obsolete and no more paper applications for Partner Visas.


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http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...r-changes.html


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