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Visa 820 - Family list

Hello guys! First post here,

I'm applying for the visa 820 and I have a question about the immediate family question. If my mother lives with her official boyfriend, is he considered her de facto partner? And do I need to list the de facto partners of everyone or only married partners?

Also my brother is married but separated, do I list my ''sister-in-law''?

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Hello guys! First post here,

I'm applying for the visa 820 and I have a question about the immediate family question. If my mother lives with her official boyfriend, is he considered her de facto partner? And do I need to list the de facto partners of everyone or only married partners?

Also my brother is married but separated, do I list my ''sister-in-law''?

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When we did these, I only added the parents and siblings. I didn't include their new family members, ie: her sisters husbands or de facto husbands. They were not her immediate family.

An official boyfriend would be a de facto partner, if they live together like a married couple. Again I would have left that out, as not being her father.

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When we did these, I only added the parents and siblings. I didn't include their new family members, ie: her sisters husbands or de facto husbands. They were not her immediate family.

An official boyfriend would be a de facto partner, if they live together like a married couple. Again I would have left that out, as not being her father.
Thanks! So i put my dad's wife as she lived with me for ten years but i wouldn't put my husband's sister-in-law, married or not, correct?


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Thanks! So i put my dad's wife as she lived with me for ten years but i wouldn't put my husband's sister-in-law, married or not, correct?
For the step parent, I am not certain what I would do.
I think I would personally leave that out, but not 100% on that.
Does it have a drop down option to select relationship type? I can't recall that now.

I didn't do in-laws.

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For the step parent, I am not certain what I would do.
I think I would personally leave that out, but not 100% on that.
Does it have a drop down option to select relationship type? I can't recall that now.

I didn't do in-laws.
It does have an in-law option yes


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For the step parent, I am not certain what I would do.
I think I would personally leave that out, but not 100% on that.
Does it have a drop down option to select relationship type? I can't recall that now.

I didn't do in-laws.
If it helps I did my parents & my siblings only and listed their relationship status' but did not include their de facto partners information, nor did I add my in laws as they would appear under my husband's family listing anyway.

My husband listed his parents, step parents and siblings (inc step/half)


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It does have an in-law option yes
Oh. I wonder what migration agents do on that point..

But I am pretty sure I said which of the sisters were married, even though I didn't include the husbands. It was never questioned, and we got the visa.

My view of "immediate family" is parents and siblings. So I stuck with that.

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Thanks for all your replies guys! Everything is clearer now

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