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Old 03-19-2014, 01:48 PM
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From my knowledge, the form 80 is for high risk countries. They ask questions pertaining to your extended family. My guess is ASIO wants to see if you are affiliated or your family is affiliated with any organisations that they don't like. So I guess with high risk countries, they are checking the whole family, hence the weird questions on there about if your grandfather is from an Arabic or Russian background.

I hope this helps. I would do it just in case they want it, you have it ready, cos it sure as hell is NOT easy to fill.
Yeh, Ok I get it. We have all the details as my hubby went through US citizenship a few years ago as he was born in Mexico. They might need it from us for that reason actually. His parents still live there and he used to go across the border about once a month for weekend visits. We had to record all that when he went through naturalization so thankfully I kept that form and it's very similar to form 80.

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Yeh, Ok I get it. We have all the details as my hubby went through US citizenship a few years ago as he was born in Mexico. They might need it from us for that reason actually. His parents still live there and he used to go across the border about once a month for weekend visits. We had to record all that when he went through naturalization so thankfully I kept that form and it's very similar to form 80.

Thanks very much for the details
You're welcome. We're all in this together, kinda. Good luck.

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Actually, Form 80 is not just for high-risk countries. It's being required at almost all embassies (and onshore offices) these days for everyone. If you didn't submit it, kangaroogirl, you might consider doing it now and sending it in to prevent any further delays with your application. They may ask for it, they may not, but if they do it's an automatic 28-day-delay in processing for you.

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Actually, Form 80 is not just for high-risk countries. It's being required at almost all embassies (and onshore offices) these days for everyone. If you didn't submit it, kangaroogirl, you might consider doing it now and sending it in to prevent any further delays with your application. They may ask for it, they may not, but if they do it's an automatic 28-day-delay in processing for you.
Thank you

I'll definitely get him to complete it the and upload this weekend. Appreciate that!

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