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Old 05-09-2014, 01:13 PM
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Okay no worries, so with all your extra forms did you just scan and upload? Apologies for all the questions, my partner and I are just trying to make sure we are spot on with everything we do.

Thanks very much,
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Yep, that's how we did it you will have to submit and pay BEFORE you will be able to upload the documents though

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Old 06-30-2014, 11:10 AM
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Crunch time, only 1 month exact to go before we apply for our partner visa. Has been stressful in terms of money but we will be there by July 30th. We have been together since October 10th and just hope we can get enough evidence together. I have taken 1 week off work during that time to get it sorted.

We just recently got a puppy 5 weeks ago together so hopefully all the small things will come together in a positive way otherwise she has to go back to America.

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Old 07-03-2014, 11:41 AM
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Hi Star Hunter,

I've been reading this post that you posted and have a few questions. Me and my partner got married recently on the 28/06/2014, she lives in India and I live Australia. She is looking at putting through her spouse visa application and I've doing some reading as well but what I'm stumped at is these points: financial, social, nature of household and nature of commitment

How do we provide this is both of us are living outside and separate from each other??

I sent her flight tickets we did recently, Form 888 from my best man and dad etc.

Any input would really help.

regards

Louis

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Old 11-19-2015, 05:09 AM
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Hi,
I just came across this and it looks like the best to ask my question.
I have the following

Financial-bank statement showing my support financially to my partner for his expenses overseas
Household- we don't have anything as we don't love together and every time I visit we stay in a hotel ..worth putting receipts of hotel stayed at?
SoCal-photos with friends,wedding invite and photos at the wedding of my friend.,pictures of dinner and social handouts with my family while on holiday.
Commitment-statements of relationship,statutory declaration(witness) from mother,brother(2)..
Travel,flights tickets to see my partner..

We also have our wedding photos with family & friends and marriage certificate. We got married just recently but have been together for 2 years.
Obviously we will include all passport,birth certificate,citizenship and completed forms required.
Can you recommend anything in terms of evidence we can add to our application.

Thank you in advance


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Old 11-19-2015, 05:21 AM
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Hi,
I just came across this and it looks like the best to ask my question.
I have the following

Financial-bank statement showing my support financially to my partner for his expenses overseas
Household- we don't have anything as we don't love together and every time I visit we stay in a hotel ..
SoCal-photos with friends,wedding invite and photos at the wedding of my friend.,pictures of dinner and social handouts with my family while on holiday.
Commitment-statements of relationship,statutory declaration(witness) from mother,brother(2)..
Travel,flights tickets to see my partner..
Obviously we will include all passport,birth certificate,citizenship and completed forms required.
Can you recommend anything in terms of evidence we can add to our application.

Thank you in advance
Are you applying as a de facto or married couple?


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Old 11-19-2015, 05:25 AM
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Are you applying as a de facto or married couple?
Applying as married couple.


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Old 11-19-2015, 06:53 AM
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Applying as married couple.
it would be really helpful if you can live together for a few months before you apply. That's what we did.


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Old 11-19-2015, 06:58 AM
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it would be really helpful if you can live together for a few months before you apply. That's what we did.
It's not really possible for us as I am working in Australia
And my partner is here studying.
I come to visit everytime I can get leave


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