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Old 12-24-2013, 03:03 PM
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Hi Sydneygal,

There will be a list of "Evidence of" headings that say "Recommended" and "Attach Document" next to them. There's about 20 headings.

There will be two sets of these 20 or so headings, one for the applicant and one for the sponsor.

Be very very careful because once you've uploaded the document, you cannot delete it.
Hello,

Is there a list somewhere of these document headings or is it the same as the document checklist?

Also, is there a specified timeframe for uploading all the evidence once the application is submitted online?

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Hi,

Just wondering if anyone knows if it's possible to see your answers to the initial "applicant" application once submitted? I'm just filling out the sponsor application and have realised that half the questions are the same (including all the long answer "details of your relationship" ones) and I'd like to a) have my answers correspond with what we put on the other form and b) not have to write it all again!! I stupidly didn't copy them any where and now I can't seem to get back to them in the application!

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Hi,

Just wondering if anyone knows if it's possible to see your answers to the initial "applicant" application once submitted? I'm just filling out the sponsor application and have realised that half the questions are the same (including all the long answer "details of your relationship" ones) and I'd like to a) have my answers correspond with what we put on the other form and b) not have to write it all again!! I stupidly didn't copy them any where and now I can't seem to get back to them in the application!

Thanks,

Jesse
To answer my own question, the View Application link lets you see your application in PDF form. I couldn't get this to work on my computer (a Mac), hence the above question, but then I happened to try on my partner's computer (a PC) and it worked. So if anyone else is having problems with this, perhaps the site works better on PCs??

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Question, are there any real advantages on submitting electronically rather than via the paper form...

We are anticipating submitting my husbands 309 application in February, and so I created an ImmiAccount, and started filling in the application, but came unstuck at the amount of information they asked for on the "non-migrating family member" question - seriously do they really need all of that.

Do I need dates of marriage/divorce/previous names/etc etc for everyone or can I get by with just the basics of relationship status, relationship to applicant, dates & place of birth etc - between, parents, step-parents, siblings, step-siblings etc there are 8 people to add, and that's if I ignore the fact that the "relationship to you" option also lists a bunch of other relationship types (the paper version only lists parents/step parents & siblings) - please tell me I can skip my husbands brother-in-law, and the various nieces, nephew, aunts.

Also does my husbands daughter (she is not migrating with us), need to be included at this question, or does it ask about children further in the process (the paper form has this as a separate question)?


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OK figured out I just did the form all wrong...

Seems that hubby's parents, sibling & daughter go on the next question

"Applicant’s Immediate Family Members"

So now I'm slightly confused about "Non-Migrating Family members" - having gone back and read the available information (should have done that first I guess, but it seemed confusing until I came upon the next question), this section is for any family members moving to Australia who already have citizenship or their own visas - is that correct or am I completely and utterly confused again?


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Old 12-28-2013, 11:41 AM
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There is a question mark next to every question. Click on that. It helps.

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OK figured out I just did the form all wrong...

Seems that hubby's parents, sibling & daughter go on the next question

"Applicant’s Immediate Family Members"

So now I'm slightly confused about "Non-Migrating Family members" - having gone back and read the available information (should have done that first I guess, but it seemed confusing until I came upon the next question), this section is for any family members moving to Australia who already have citizenship or their own visas - is that correct or am I completely and utterly confused again?
Hi there,

I was in the sameboat as you then I realised that they have actually defined the "Family Members" terminology which iif you basically click on the question mark next to the question, the pop op window will shou you. They are actually any member under the applicants care (e.g. child, anyone whos dependednt on the applicant, etc), so from what I understood in my case, my fiance doesnt have any of those, since she only has a brother and sister and parets which wouldnt really count toward this catagory! that's my understanding and we have left that out!

hope that help!

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To answer my own question, the View Application link lets you see your application in PDF form. I couldn't get this to work on my computer (a Mac), hence the above question, but then I happened to try on my partner's computer (a PC) and it worked. So if anyone else is having problems with this, perhaps the site works better on PCs??
I had this issue also. A fix for this is to allow the use of pop-ups on Safari, by following these steps:

Open up a new window of Safari (or use the one your reading this message on),

Go to the "Safari" menu option at the top of the window,

Select "Preferences..."

Navigate to & select the "Security" tab,

Uncheck the box for "Block pop-up windows"

Close down the Preferences detail window & also all other open instances of Safari.

Reopen Safari and you should be good to view pop-up windows from now on.

Its not site specific like how some other operating systems work, so popups will be allowed for all sites that you visit (until you select to block them agin). Depending on what site you are going onto, you may wish to disable and re-enable this feature when your not going to be doing things for your application online.

Hope this helps :P


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I've been working on filling out the online application and because of the comments here about it being buggy I thought it'd be a good idea to see what the "print" button spit out and noticed that in the resulting pdf there is a question under the heading "Previous travel to Australia" that asks "Has this applicant previously travelled to Australia or previously applied for a visa?" and I have not come across this question so far in my application. The answer that it is saying i input is "No" but I have travelled to Australia and I have had a previous (student) visa there. It is entirely possible that this question comes much later in the process but everything up to that one has been in the order asked in the application. Quite concerning!

Does anyone know if this comes later? I'm only at section 17/26 so I may be panicking for nothing...


(I am filling out the 309/100 version, partner migration, but not sure if there's a huge difference)


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