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Old 09-22-2016, 11:42 AM
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Oh Wow! I'm glad I just have to do an FBI background check and an AFP one.
I'm just making sure that if you've lived in the US for 3 months or more in the last year that you also get a state check done in each state where you resided. Another US citizen on this forum didn't realise that until quite late.

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Yes wanted privacy - was lots bad things said too about DIBP due refused Visitor Visas.

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I'm just making sure that if you've lived in the US for 3 months or more in the last year that you also get a state check done in each state where you resided. Another US citizen on this forum didn't realise that until quite late.

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Thanks for that! But, I've been here for 13 months now...so don't have to do the US state check...except for my son, who was with his dad this last school year. He's 17, so has to have the state check with his FBI check. I have to have the AFP and FBI checks.


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Yes wanted privacy - was lots bad things said too about DIBP due refused Visitor Visas.
Yea, I don't blame you there. I saw another thread where you laid out all of the refusals and then the approval for visitor visas. That was Ridiculous!


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If not for me the budget would be in far worse shape. But I never took no as an end result on any - just kept applying or reapplying (and learning) and paying.

Was a long costly road - why I try help others now!


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If not for me the budget would be in far worse shape. But I never took no as an end result on any - just kept applying or reapplying (and learning) and paying.

Was a long costly road - why I try help others now!
I hear you there! I'm starting to think it's the same for me. Gotta learn the hard (and expensive) way. But, not giving up!


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Ok, question on uploading documents...

My printer bit the dust, so can I take pictures of the last few documents and upload them that way? Or do I need to go find a printer to scan them?


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There is a scanning app you can use on your phone or tablet.

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Anyone getting form 888s, a word to the wise. Definitely make sure dates are correct! My mum-in-law did a stat dec for us and put July down, instead of June, for our trip to the US. So, now we have to get them fixed. Lucky for us, they live 2 doors down, so not that big of a deal. But, I can imagine for those who have relatives/friends who live further away, it could cause some delays. I'm definitely not submitting them as-is. Don't need any discrepancies in dates, that's for sure!


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