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Old 12-07-2009, 04:03 AM
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Question Regarding online application lodged

Hello all.
I have done my ACS and now going to lodged my online application. But i have a confusion regarding the paper. Do i need to scan the original paper (in .pdf) and upload it or i have to load the certified copy of the original paper and then upload it. Please let me know what i have to do. Thanks in advance.

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Howzit Riadredwan

Not there yet with my online app ( just started yesterday) but will let you know what I find out soon


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Have a look @ Attaching Documents to an eVisa Application and see if it's of any help.

I'd suspect that you'll still need to load certified documents or otherwise how are they going to verify authenticity and there has been enough scamming re false documents etc. that Immi are looking more closely.





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Hi Redwan,
Uploading the original document or a certified copy will be the same to DIAC, as a certification on a copy is only considered valid if it is the original certified copy. This means that an uploaded certified copy will be no different to DIAC as an uploaded photocopy of the original. Obviously if someone were to upload a fraudulent document, they could certainly include a fraudulent certification as well.

All in all, it is fine to initially upload copies of your original documents. If DIAC requires certifies copies or originals to verify the validity of any of your documents, they will request these to be posted to your case officer.

I hope this was helpful.

Michelle Zaretzky
Australian Migration Agent: 0958090


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