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What is your family member 47sp experience?


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Old 01-11-2020, 12:19 AM
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What is your family member 47sp experience?

Not everyone have all family members with them that they could just call and ask "Whats your date of birth, passport number, and your marriage date?"

Some family members are separated since birth and their whereabouts are completely unknown, either they are alive or not, we just do not know.

This can be such as a father or a mother that is absent from our lives, and sometimes both. I believe this is a very common situation in Partner Visa applicant, especially in this forum.

To someone who apply on their own without using agent and got their visa granted, what is your experience in how you present this situation in your visa application?


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Old 01-11-2020, 12:49 AM
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In some questions you are asked to give a date - if known.

If you introduce the date 01/01/1900 this is a signal to the delegate that you do not know it. Since I do not know the particulars of your case, I am not advising you to do this.

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