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Old 07-22-2020, 02:23 AM
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Relationship Statement

Hi All,

My partner and I are about 99% ready to complete the application, pay and submit our evidence - but I keep reading some comments which make me doubt what we have done.

We have written a relationship statement and have included the four aspects (under their own headings) within this one document. Should we have broken this up into separate documents for household, commitment, social and financial, or will one document with all of this suffice?

Also, we have seen mixed comments about referencing evidence within the statements (e.g. we do xyz, please see these documents). Is this necessary?

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Old 07-22-2020, 02:40 AM
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All aspects should be included in one statement and then signed
I don't think you need to reference the evidence, as the case officer would find that evidence you provided if they doubted that.


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