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Old 03-07-2015, 05:28 AM
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I don't think you need anything in addition to the signed 1229, no need for this additional complicated statement.
It's mentioned in the documents checklist page on immi website as follows:

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Form 1229 Consent form to grant an Australian visa to a child under the age of 18 years (125 kB PDF file). If you use this form, you will have to attach a certified copy of the other parentís government issued identification document (such as a passport or driverís licence) with their photograph and a signature.


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It's mentioned in the documents checklist page on immi website as follows:
Agree you need to provide a copy of the other parents ID showing their signature (presumably for comparison of the signature on the form) but you don't need any language to go with the copy of the ID. Also, if you apply online, for other ID docs you can use color scans that don't need to be certified. Not sure if this acceptance also applied to ID for the other parent signing the 1229.
I plan to have both my and my ex's signatures on the 1229 witnessed.

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Old 03-07-2015, 05:48 AM
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All you need is the form 1229 and certified ID (colour scan of original if applying online). You don't need to do additional work by doing an additional statement as the form 1229 is allowing the child to migrate overseas so you don't need any further statements.

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Old 03-07-2015, 05:53 AM
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All you need is the form 1229 and certified ID (colour scan of original if applying online). You don't need to do additional work by doing an additional statement as the form 1229 is allowing the child to migrate overseas so you don't need any further statements.
Yeah what Mish said! Nice and succinct :-)

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Thanks all.


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We had a bit of drama with form 1229. We contacted his family and said in kids best interest and ask them to help, We constantly asked him - at times he agreed but then refused, I rang a debt collector to mention no paid child support so I will pay your fee but only want signature on form 1229 ( seems they thought I wanted a HIT on him), We started deprived rights in court, I offered my fiancť to pay him (she refused, in the end he just signed.

Then about 3 weeks later he made a $300 USD payment to the kids - his first ever they are 11 and 12! That scared us but now they are all here.

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Hi there.. What's the other option for 1229?


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Statement of Consent-
To maintenance of a child (children) For the departure to a permanent place of residence (PPR)

is what it is called in The Republic of Kazakhstan,


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Hi college girl ... Please help me too.. With the similar problem... Regarding form 1229.. My step sons father hasn't seen him for the last 4 years.. And he is somewhere in Africa.. And the situation is not in talking terms...
Now, child has been living with her mum 100%,
What can be the solution ?


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Old 03-18-2015, 04:02 AM
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Hi college girl ... Please help me too.. With the similar problem... Regarding form 1229.. My step sons father hasn't seen him for the last 4 years.. And he is somewhere in Africa.. And the situation is not in talking terms...
Now, child has been living with her mum 100%,
What can be the solution ?
I am not CG but ... you will probably need help with this from a migration agent unless you want to try it alone (but I wouldn't advise that).

If you can't get the 1229 form signed you need to show that that you have tried to find/contact them. This can include emails to his family, newspaper advertisements in where you think he is, facebook, google, friends etc. They need to see you have tried everything.

It all comes down to the custody agreement to what the case officer will require. A migration agent will be able to look at the custody agreement and advise you.

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