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Old 10-17-2019, 02:11 AM
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Hello everyone,

My partner recently came to Australia on a PMV 300. I just want help and a checklist of how to do the 820. ls it worth using a migration agent (l used one for the PMV. Didn't feel it was worth it). ls it a difficult application. What do l need.


Any assistance and support would be greatly appreciated.


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Old 10-17-2019, 03:16 AM
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May I suggest that you at least consult a registered migration agent for an initial assessment?

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Old 10-17-2019, 04:51 AM
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Hello everyone,

My partner recently came to Australia on a PMV 300. I just want help and a checklist of how to do the 820. ls it worth using a migration agent (l used one for the PMV. Didn't feel it was worth it). ls it a difficult application. What do l need.


Any assistance and support would be greatly appreciated.


Thank you everyone.
The 820 is actually very similar to the 300. You end up getting a feeling of 'deja vu'.

Obviously you will have more relationship proofs to provide, but you would probably have more by now.

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I see. But can you do it by yourself, or its better for an agent. Also, l'm working on the application now on immi. How do l attach documents, or ls that after you submit the application.


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I see. But can you do it by yourself, or its better for an agent. Also, l'm working on the application now on immi. How do l attach documents, or ls that after you submit the application.
If you are good with paperwork and research there is no reason you can't do it yourself.
But if you struggled with the 300 then probably best you get help.
Attaching evidence is after you've submitted the application

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Old 10-20-2019, 06:50 AM
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I see. But can you do it by yourself, or its better for an agent. Also, l'm working on the application now on immi. How do l attach documents, or ls that after you submit the application.

If you don't know the basics and how and where to upload documents you should really use a migration agent. It's very basic knowledge


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I see. But can you do it by yourself, or its better for an agent. Also, l'm working on the application now on immi. How do l attach documents, or ls that after you submit the application.
Many people do it themselves. It all depends on how capable you are.

Some people, who have the funds available, will use a migration agent to make things easier for themselves. Others use one as they do not know what to do themselves, or have no confidence in getting it right.

I've seen figures in that past that show about 36% of 820 applications used a migration agent.

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Old 10-23-2019, 01:07 AM
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Hi,
Im in the process of attaching docs for my 820 Visa. I appologise if these questions have been asked before.

I am unsure of which section to upload certain docs to and find my self uploading everything to - Nature of the couple's mutual commitment to each other, Evidence of - Including a description of our story, previous travel tickets, our daughters birth cert and proof that we have been living the same addresses in the past. Is this ok?

Also, I have created an index for certain sections with a description of documents uploaded for that section, Is it acceptable to put, for example "see doc Flight Tickets from section such and such" instead of uploading it twice?

If I am married and have uploaded a marriage cert as evidence of marriage do I need to upload anything in the sections evidence of defacto relationship or evidence of registered relationship?

Thanks very much for the help.

Will


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