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Old 03-03-2016, 10:30 AM
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Welcome collegegal. Is that all the evidence you have?

If you are applying on de facto basis you have nothing that you have listed that supports the de facto relationship.


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Welcome collegegal. Is that all the evidence you have?

If you are applying on de facto basis you have nothing that you have listed that supports the de facto relationship.
Hi Mish, I forgot to add that we also attached these:
-Our relationship registration certificate dated April 2015
-Our joint lease dated March 2015
-Our joint bank account dated January 2016
-Correspondence from banks, super, etc proving that we live in the same place
-His super nomination form with me as the sole beneficiary dated December 2015 *evil laughs* jokes, he doesn't have that much in there
-Friend's wedding invitation and baby shower cards


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Old 03-03-2016, 10:34 AM
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That is much better


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Awesome thanks for replying so quickly. Have you seen any rejection with the same kind of documentation? I'm a bit of a worrywart...


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Welcome collegegal. Is that all the evidence you have?

If you are applying on de facto basis you have nothing that you have listed that supports the de facto relationship.
Hi Mish. we applied as a de facto on 12 th of april with registered certificate dated 1 february 2016. We did it so we can ease 12 months living requirement. you think even though you registered ot shd be 12 months from the date of registration in order to apply as a defacto? After application we get married and we have a baby. Worried about outcome.


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Hi Mish. we applied as a de facto on 12 th of april with registered certificate dated 1 february 2016. We did it so we can ease 12 months living requirement. you think even though you registered ot shd be 12 months from the date of registration in order to apply as a defacto? After application we get married and we have a baby. Worried about outcome.
When did you get married?


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Awesome thanks for replying so quickly. Have you seen any rejection with the same kind of documentation? I'm a bit of a worrywart...
The only de facto rejections I have seen is when they don't meet the 12 month requirement.

Try to relax - it is a long road.

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When did you get married?
we applied in 12 april 2015 and get married in 27 july 2015


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we applied in 12 april 2015 and get married in 27 july 2015
Cause you mentioned that you got a registered certificate in Feb 2016. You can't register the relationship if you are already married.

If this is what you have done the registered relationship will be void and you need to meet the 12 momths de facto at time of lodging.


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