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Old 11-28-2017, 07:43 PM
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It can be typed, our witnesses typed it up, printed it out and then signed it in front of a JP.


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We asked ours to type them so there wouldn't be any legibility issues. If they write it, it has to be in BLOCK LETTERING according to the form.


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Basically, I'm an idiot who needs to pay attention to things more.
Meh, it happens. That's actually why I'm still on this forum even though I've done the hard stuff in my partner visa apps already.

I'm always learning something new.

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Old 11-28-2017, 10:00 PM
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Meh, it happens. That's actually why I'm still on this forum even though I've done the hard stuff in my partner visa apps already.

I'm always learning something new.
Well, I really appreciate you and everyone's help. Massive oversight on my part though. Rookie move, like I said. I'll have to let the AU family know tonight that they need to fill in these forms, get down to the JP with it and copies of their passport or birth certificate.

I'm still stressing about health exams for non-migrating kids under 18. They need them, they don't need them.

I'll be glad once this is all done and I'm relaxing in Australia, having a cold beer.


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Old 11-28-2017, 10:23 PM
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Don't need a JP. The form gives an extensive list of who can certify the signature. They can pick one that's convenient for them (for example, if I were asked to do one I would ask my kid's teacher to witness it since I have to see her 5 days a week anyway. It would help me avoid going out of my way for a JP appt).

https://www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents/888.pdf


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