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Table of Contents for Attachments/Evidence

Hello! Applied for the 820/801 visa onshore and now organizing all the documents to upload. I've read that many have included a Table of Contents to make it easier for the CO to understand all the attachments.

I was thinking to create a Table of Contents for each section (i.e. Form 888, Evidence of Identity, etc...) instead of one single Table of Contents for all attachments.

Would like to hear what others have done...

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Some people do a single table of contents. Some people do a cover page for each pdf that works as a table of contents for that individual document if it contains multiple like evidences combined. It's really up to you on how you feel it works best.

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We did a table of contents for each section outlining what we were uploading. Others do none. As Sky said, it's really personal preference.

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Thanks for the responses! I have decided to include a Table of Contents for each section.

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If you have a lot of documents I would recommend including a table of contents, it can't hurt. I would suggest categorising the documents under the four 'relationship categories' (ie finances, household, social and commitment). This should make it easy for the case officer to identify the purpose of each document/what the document purports to prove. You could then have a general section with your identity and other documents.

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