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Old 01-12-2014, 09:28 AM
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Hi everyone, I have got 5 statutory declarations from family and friends here in Australia,all signed by the JP. Just wondering would my declaration (story) as a sponsor need to be signed by a JP aswell?

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Yep, you should get everything certified, just to be sure!


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Oh gosh, this process is such a headache!

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I know... we just applied last week. It's worth all the hassle though. Good luck!!


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Hi everyone, I have got 5 statutory declarations from family and friends here in Australia,all signed by the JP. Just wondering would my declaration (story) as a sponsor need to be signed by a JP aswell?

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Not necessarily. You can write it in any format you want, as long as you date and sign it. Most of the applications I have lodged are done like that.

Statuary Declarations do carry more weight though, in a legal sense. You can always add short statuary declarations to address specific issues like name changes or why certain evidence is not available.

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