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Old 03-19-2018, 02:29 PM
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thank you,i realized that after posting my question,but couldnt delete it


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The Cairo embassy also asks for a single certificate - I don't think that is on the check list.


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The Cairo embassy also asks for a single certificate - I don't think that is on the check list.
yeah,i was told so ..thank you Mish!


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what size of applicant personal photos should i include ?
what's common in Egypt is size 4*6 and 5*5 .
and do i still need to print my name on the back ,even though we just scanning it and lodging online ?


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what size of applicant personal photos should i include ?
what's common in Egypt is size 4*6 and 5*5 .
and do i still need to print my name on the back ,even though we just scanning it and lodging online ?
Are you talking about the passport photos or the photos of you guys together for the social aspect?

In regards to the passport photos, or size is usually 45mm x 35 mm. We just provided the photo and did not print the name on the back since it was being scanned and had no issues.

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on the PMV online application , step#11 Non-migrating members of the family unit
Q: "Does the applicant have any members of their family unit not travelling to Australia who are not Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents?"
does that mean to mention my parents and siblings?

and right after that ,step#12:Applicant's Immediate Family Members

Q: " Does the applicant have any parents, siblings or children including those that are deceased? "
, and asking about their immigration status to Australia ( citizen,PR,student,other..etc) ??!!
so ill have to write all their details again ??

something doesnt seem right ?


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on the PMV online application , step#11 Non-migrating members of the family unit
Q: "Does the applicant have any members of their family unit not travelling to Australia who are not Australian citizens or Australian permanent residents?"
does that mean to mention my parents and siblings?

and right after that ,step#12:Applicant's Immediate Family Members

Q: " Does the applicant have any parents, siblings or children including those that are deceased? "
, and asking about their immigration status to Australia ( citizen,PR,student,other..etc) ??!!
so ill have to write all their details again ??

something doesnt seem right ?
Siblings and parents are not part of your family unit. Your family unit are kids & spouse.

Step 12 is where you will list your parents and siblings.

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thank you for clearing this up.
i also saw you saying that egyptians shouldnt fill Form 888 – Statutory declaration ,and should just write on a blank paper and sign it , is this still the case ?

also when it comes to "Written statements showing the history of your relationship" ,should each one of us(applicant&sponsor) write his own ,or it's just one letter for both of us to write together ?


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Hey everyone, Im about to begin the process of applying for a PMV for my fiance that lives in Morocco,

I have read the first few pages of this huge thread, but dont have the time to go through all of it just yet.

Can anyone give me a rough idea of time frames for approvals for any recent applications from Morocco?

Also if anyone can recommend me a good immigration lawyer in Brisbane? that would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you for your time an effort in developing and contributing to this thread over the years!


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what size of applicant personal photos should i include ?
what's common in Egypt is size 4*6 and 5*5 .
and do i still need to print my name on the back ,even though we just scanning it and lodging online ?
Hi

When I submitted personal photos to support our application I created PDF files with about 4 photos on each page. I wrote a brief description under each photo to explain it with the date where possible - e.g. wedding photo, family celebrations where I named the people in the photo. Find as many photos that prove your relationship. By doing it this way I was able to send a lot of photos. Good luck.

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