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Old 12-07-2018, 09:29 AM
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Question Do I need to upload evidence in every category?

I'm in the middle of my evidence uploads for my partner visa application. I'm really struggling with where to place my evidence, but from reading these threads, it seems like it doesn't matter where you upload, as long as the evidence is there. But I'm wondering if it's ok to skip categories all together if I've uploaded evidence in another category that satisfies other categories? For example, under the household section, I plan to upload our bank statements and credit card statements showing that we share expenses for groceries, travel, rent, utilities, etc. I'm also going to upload our lease agreement, etc. Does this mean I don't have to upload anything under "Couple are living together, Evidence of"? Pretty much everything I'm uploading under Household will satisfy the living together category.

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Old 12-07-2018, 12:41 PM
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You don't double up on evidence, so just choose the category you feel is most appropriate. If you put something under one category, don't then put it under another one.


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Try not to double up. It’s very easy to do that. When we did ours, we split things up into the different groups.

For example, with bank statements and purchases from our joint account we used those in financial aspects. For living together we used a piece of mail addressed to each of us, then two addressed to both of us at our address as well as our lease agreement.

We also included a brief statement with a table of contents highlighting what was in each section.

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Try not to double up. Itís very easy to do that. When we did ours, we split things up into the different groups.

For example, with bank statements and purchases from our joint account we used those in financial aspects. For living together we used a piece of mail addressed to each of us, then two addressed to both of us at our address as well as our lease agreement.

We also included a brief statement with a table of contents highlighting what was in each section.
Ok thanks. There is no "financial aspects" section for my applications. I think the online version is different from paper based. There's also no need for a ToC in the online version. I'll just put things in their logical places - thanks!


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Try not to double up. It’s very easy to do that. When we did ours, we split things up into the different groups.

For example, with bank statements and purchases from our joint account we used those in financial aspects. For living together we used a piece of mail addressed to each of us, then two addressed to both of us at our address as well as our lease agreement.

We also included a brief statement with a table of contents highlighting what was in each section.
Ok thanks. There is no "financial aspects" section for my applications. I think the online version is different from paper based. There's also no need for a ToC in the online version. I'll just put things in their logical places - thanks!
Financial aspects is one of the major categories of the partner visa application. We did ours online as well, and while I know there is no need for a table of contents, we did that to tie other evidence groups together so we didn’t double up and so it would paint a clear and concise picture for our case officer.

It worked for us, we received our visa in 5 weeks. But I suppose each case is different.

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Financial aspects is one of the major categories of the partner visa application. We did ours online as well, and while I know there is no need for a table of contents, we did that to tie other evidence groups together so we didnít double up and so it would paint a clear and concise picture for our case officer.

It worked for us, we received our visa in 5 weeks. But I suppose each case is different.
Five weeks is amazing - congrats. It's going to take me at least that long to pull my evidence together I think. Where did you upload your Table of Contents? And I know that financial aspects is a major component - we have evidence to back this up including credit card statements, bank statements, etc but there is no section called "financial aspects". I am going to embed this within "Relationship - Spouse, de facto partner, evidence of".


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Eh spent a bit of time pulling all the evidence together (a few times!!).


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Financial aspects is one of the major categories of the partner visa application. We did ours online as well, and while I know there is no need for a table of contents, we did that to tie other evidence groups together so we didn’t double up and so it would paint a clear and concise picture for our case officer.

It worked for us, we received our visa in 5 weeks. But I suppose each case is different.
Five weeks is amazing - congrats. It's going to take me at least that long to pull my evidence together I think. Where did you upload your Table of Contents? And I know that financial aspects is a major component - we have evidence to back this up including credit card statements, bank statements, etc but there is no section called "financial aspects". I am going to embed this within "Relationship - Spouse, de facto partner, evidence of".
Our application took about six months and a dozen revisions to get to a point where we were happy and ready to submit.

The table of contents was apart of each section. For example, we used MS Word for everything, so under de facto evidence we created a document with a ToC detailing what evidence was in this document. Then we had a brief statement clarifying anything we thought needed clarifying.

Then the evidence for the appropriate section.

Like I said, it took about six months for us to get to a point where we were happy to submit.

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Eh spent a bit of time pulling all the evidence together (a few times!!).
Understatement of the year, eh? Haha

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