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Old 12-04-2017, 05:10 AM
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Form 888 signatures need certifying but you would scan and upload the original document.

You should try and only color scan original documents unless you don't have them anymore. In which case it would be lucky if you had a certified copy laying around.


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Form 888 signatures need certifying but you would scan and upload the original document.

You should try and only color scan original documents unless you don't have them anymore. In which case it would be lucky if you had a certified copy laying around.
1 of our witnesses has a colour copy of the passport which has been certified. Will this be ok?


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Yes that would be fine.


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Old 12-04-2017, 02:49 PM
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an all Form 888's be scanned into 1 PDF document or do they have to be separate?

What about applicants sisters form 888 (she's a British Citizen but still used the form) can that join the Aust Citizens document or need it's own?
I scanned and gathered all my Form 888's with passport pictures into one Pdf. and added a title sheet listing each one and their relationship to us. Seems to me it is easier for a CO to review them altogether and an RMA suggested that as well.


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Old 12-05-2017, 08:14 AM
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Thank you.

Can anyone tell me if the application questions have changed since 18th Nov? We started the application before then & have it saved in immi account. Just need to know if I have to delete it & start again?


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