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Old 03-25-2020, 07:22 AM
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how to mention Place of birth officially changed in form 80

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I was born overseas and moved to my current country when I was 10 months old. I have my place of birth changed when I was turning 18 years old from my overseas-born "city-country" to my father's birthplace. It was a compulsory by law to change for all overseas-born and my father did in order to grant my citizenship. I have only one citizenship and everything is done legitimate according to my country's rules and regulations. It is very weird country, I know. Now, all documents including copy of entry (birth certificate) show the second birthplace, not the original.

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Q6: Have you ever had a different date of birth to the one shown at
Question 1?

I do not have date of birth changed. However, I have place of birth officially changed from the country that I was born to the country of my father, according to our country constitutions.

How should I mention this? or not? I do not have evidence now.
This is because in the future, my country might change my place of birth to the original one. Everything is still written on the government's records only.

Another question,
Have any of the applicants lived in a country other than the primary applicant's usual country of residence?
I was born in that country but I not know the address. Should I mention this as "lived in other country" or not?


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Form 80:

I was born overseas and moved to my current country when I was 10 months old. I have my place of birth changed when I was turning 18 years old from my overseas-born "city-country" to my father's birthplace. It was a compulsory by law to change for all overseas-born and my father did in order to grant my citizenship. I have only one citizenship and everything is done legitimate according to my country's rules and regulations. It is very weird country, I know. Now, all documents including copy of entry (birth certificate) show the second birthplace, not the original.

Now,
Q6: Have you ever had a different date of birth to the one shown at
Question 1?

I do not have date of birth changed. However, I have place of birth officially changed from the country that I was born to the country of my father, according to our country constitutions.

How should I mention this? or not? I do not have evidence now.
This is because in the future, my country might change my place of birth to the original one. Everything is still written on the government's records only.

Another question,
Have any of the applicants lived in a country other than the primary applicant's usual country of residence?
I was born in that country but I not know the address. Should I mention this as "lived in other country" or not?
I can't help, but I am curious. What countries were these?

Surely the country of birth is the country you were born in.


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Old 03-25-2020, 08:19 AM
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As I said, very wired country!

How about the second question. Any idea?


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As I said, very wired country!

How about the second question. Any idea?
Yes, you should mention it.
I don't think the address would be that important. Just the country. If needed i would use wording like, "too young at the time to remember".


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Many thanks.

I have been told by MARA agent that Australian migration officials know these changes in this weird country.

Any idea how to mention the two different birthplace?


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