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Old 08-20-2010, 01:43 AM
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Sorry if these seems a silly question but I want to make sure Im doing this as accurately as possible.

My partner and I will be returnign to Australia from Canada and he will be applying for a defacto visa. He will be entering on an ETA and applying onshore and will be staying with me (and my parents until a decsision on his visa application is made).
My question is, will his residential address be my parents address even though he is technically only here on an ETA? Or should it still remain his address in Canada (in saying thay his Canadian address in Canada is OUR address of the place we will be moving out of shortly, so therefore his parents in Canada's address?

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Sorry if these seems a silly question but I want to make sure Im doing this as accurately as possible.

My partner and I will be returnign to Australia from Canada and he will be applying for a defacto visa. He will be entering on an ETA and applying onshore and will be staying with me (and my parents until a decsision on his visa application is made).
My question is, will his residential address be my parents address even though he is technically only here on an ETA? Or should it still remain his address in Canada (in saying thay his Canadian address in Canada is OUR address of the place we will be moving out of shortly, so therefore his parents in Canada's address?

Thanks in advance for any posts.
Hmm I'd like to know this too as we're currently in the same situation. I'd fill out your address though.


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If you apply onshore it is because you're in Australia and should use an Australian address.





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