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Old 03-08-2014, 03:28 AM
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I was told by the department that they understand people want to see each other while waiting for an answer to their application for PR Visa, that person also stated that they know you will go home because of what will happen if you have applied offshore for PR visa.

So go for it you should not have any problems


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ok now confused about form 888 filled by people overseas!

as long as someone who is filling 888 is not in Australia (either in applicant's country or other countries), they can also provide support!

now my confusion is that do non-australian residences also need to fill in form 888 or they can just write a simple letter and sign and date it?
if so what are the requirements? I mean do they need to provide their contact details, ID, etc just like form 888 requires them!


also do australains who are filling 888 need to show like viber call logs to show the've been in touch?

thank you very mcuh


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Old 03-08-2014, 08:54 AM
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Hi all,

few questions from my side please: (im the applicant's fience)

1- can I get my statutory statement signed in the country of my fiancee (the applicant)

2- I'm owning a flat here in aust (well still paying off off course!), should I show evidence of my ownership?

3- do I need to provide my bank statement?

4- I have a national ID card from another country (different from my fiancee), but has expired few months ago, am I supposed to show that or get it renowed? I'm asking this since on the online form, it asks for any other national ID card!

thank you so much for your inputs

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1/ yes you can but generally it costs money to do it overseas here in oz the JP is free.

All others are no

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Hi,

Just wwondering if we need to show the time of each picture being taken?
we have copied & pasted each pic with a little tag saying whos in the picture, in a word doc then converting it to pdf. but do I need to mention the pic time taken under each pic as well?

tahnsk very much
You need to have date, who is in the picture and the location.

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would they prefer to see various seperate pdf attachments online or all same topic ones in one?

e.g. should the pictures of various occasions be all into one pdf and have titles within pdf fr each occasion pics or seperate them all on seperate pdf files, one odf for each occasion and attach like 10 pdf files for various occasion pics ratehr than all in one?

which way they prefer and is more feasible to them?

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would they prefer to see various seperate pdf attachments online or all same topic ones in one?

e.g. should the pictures of various occasions be all into one pdf and have titles within pdf fr each occasion pics or seperate them all on seperate pdf files, one odf for each occasion and attach like 10 pdf files for various occasion pics ratehr than all in one?

which way they prefer and is more feasible to them?

thanks very much
I don't think it really bothers them. Whatever is easier for you. Also keep in mind each file should not be bigger than 5mb.

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We presented our pics is a couple different ways.

I made a document for each trip I did up to the Philippines, and our trip to Hong Kong and her trips to Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand to see me.

I had a cover page with a title or brief description of the trip, and a pic or 2 from the trip and then had tickets/accomodation and visa details if applicable (NZ/AUS)

Then I attached another 8-10 pics in a separate file with date/location.

Who is to say what is right and what is wrong. I tried to make things easy for the case officer - with an explanation of what the document is and contains so they can read it and then see the evidence, rather than just looking at a statement or flight itinerary and having to decipher it.

I don't know if it will make any difference at all. It's just how ZI decided to organise things


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the statutory declaration template that I (applicant's fiance) will write my statement in is only applicable to me right?

my fiancee (the applicant) since is not australian, can just type on a piece of blank paper and sign it and get it witnessed?

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Hi again,

a couple of more ws, please:

1- is it good to mention in my statement that we got an agent in Australia to review our docs and show the reciept we paid him too?

2- is it good to say that my (applicant's fiance) master card was used to pay for the visa fee and provide reciede?


thanks so much for your inputs


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Hi again,

a couple of more ws, please:

1- is it good to mention in my statement that we got an agent in Australia to review our docs and show the reciept we paid him too?

2- is it good to say that my (applicant's fiance) master card was used to pay for the visa fee and provide reciede?

thanks so much for your inputs
They don't care. If they want to know they will ask at interview.

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