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Old 08-28-2010, 02:14 AM
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Visa Subclass 300 App

Im applying for a subclass 300 prospective marriage visa and I am looking for information for the application and exactly what I need to send in along with the application. I am an American citizen and my fiance is an Australian citizen. I know I need a certified copy of my passport but is that an exact copy of my passport like a whole new passport to be sent in? I believe I need certified copies of my ID and social security card. The subclass 300 visa checklist also says I need 4 passport sized photos of me and 2 of my fiance. I can get everything its asking for I just need to know if that is all I need to send in with the application? Do I need to send in my medical records with the visa app or do I wait until they ask me to do that? If anyone can help me regarding this visa it would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 08-28-2010, 03:42 AM
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You need to send in proof of your relationship. Have you looked at all the relevant links on the Immigration website? Read the partner visa booklet too. The checklist tells you everything you need.


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You need to send in proof of your relationship. Have you looked at all the relevant links on the Immigration website? Read the partner visa booklet too. The checklist tells you everything you need.
Yeah I know all the the things I have to send in with it I was just confused as to what a copy of my certified passport is. Is it like a complete copy of the passport? Can I just send my original passport I have now? And if I do, Will they send me my passport back cause I will need it to travel to Australia once the visa is granted


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Hi there,

You need to copy the information page of your passport and take it to someone who is legally able to witness it and stamp it/sign it as a true copy of an original document. In Australia, family doctors, pharmacists, police officers and a list of others can do that. In America I have heard this can be done by banks, but I'm not too sure.

So, where is says 'certified copy' for any document, it is an officially sited and stamped photocopy of an original document.


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Yeah I know all the the things I have to send in with it I was just confused as to what a copy of my certified passport is. Is it like a complete copy of the passport? Can I just send my original passport I have now? And if I do, Will they send me my passport back cause I will need it to travel to Australia once the visa is granted
You will find all information you need in areas like the Checklist of the applying section of visa information.
Booklet #1 is also worth a read and if you are expecting to not run into trouble in a DIY approach you need to look at all the information including links very diligently.
You do otherwise and Yeah!, laziness can bring you unstuck with an application and cause it to be rejected and you'll lose your application fee.





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Old 08-28-2010, 08:49 PM
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Thanks for the advice guys I appreciate it heaps. I received my FBI background check today and now I just have to get the rest of my application together and send it in very soon WOOT I have read all the booklets and checklists and will double and triple check them cause I want the visa to get granted on the first try cause my fiance and I are expecting a baby very soon and I want to be able to get married and work as soon as possible in Australia mate! Thanks again guys and I look forward to posting on this forum


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