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Old 07-18-2020, 08:13 PM
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801 checklist

Hi there we got our 820 on 16/7. Now just putting a list together for the 801 evidence to upload. We are eligible in December 2020 for 801.

So far I'm thinking:

Updated financial Records
Two new 888s
Sponsor stat dec
New social photos
And cohabitation stat dec from landlord.

We already uploaded a bit if evidence to get the 820. Any ideas or feedback inputs?


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Old 07-18-2020, 11:31 PM
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Hi there we got our 820 on 16/7. Now just putting a list together for the 801 evidence to upload. We are eligible in December 2020 for 801.

So far I'm thinking:

Updated financial Records
Two new 888s
Sponsor stat dec
New social photos
And cohabitation stat dec from landlord.

We already uploaded a bit if evidence to get the 820. Any ideas or feedback inputs?
If you got your 820 then you already know what to do, 801 is more of the same

We added:
Nature of household: emails or texts showing how you organise the logistics of living together and divide tasks and duties; such as text message exchanges regarding what to cook for dinner, but also emails to the landlord, emails to the handyman, etc.
Finances: bank statements from both, with expenses for the household highlighted (groceries, rent, large purchases such as furniture, car etc); joint account if applicable; life insurance or will showing the other as benefactor...
Social: photos yes, also evidence of interaction with friends and family: if you discuss a trip together with some friends on whatsapp, screencap it; also social media posts showing you as a couple (it can be you posting pics of each other, or interacting with friends in common, or people referring to you two as a couple etc).
Commitment to each other: screencaps of family matters being discussed via text messages (which admittedly doesn't happen often once you live together, but sometimes you're at work and it can't wait!)


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