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Old 03-20-2014, 11:08 AM
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Go online!! Won't somebody think of the trees??

But seriously, online really seems so much easier and simpler and we have had migration agents on here state that they honestly can't see why anyone would submit a paper application if they have the online application available to them. I tend to agree.

Unless, you're one of those people who naturally likes handling papers and organising bits and pieces into folders with post-it's and what not, in which case you might actually enjoy the paper application

P.S I wasn't being facetious with my last comment. My best friend is one such person and she loves stationery, pens and fiddling around with bits of paper. She would compile visa applications for a hobby I think, lol. Not me......
Thank you all for your answers and input!! I agree, lets save the trees and go online!! I am currently on a 457 visa, though my partner and I have had an opportunity to work away and we want to take it. Obviously I am tied to work, and the direct entry opportunity will not be available for almost over a year. We have also just registered our relationship, hope to hear back in a few days how that went. Folks I have a few other questions.
-Has anyone heard that seam-sex couples have had issues with the partner visa?
-Also I believe when I get to a certain stage in the online visa form (applicant) I will have to pay to proceed. Does anyone know the steps involved after paying, it it only attaching the documents? Also when I pay the charge, is this technically the lodge date? Or Is the lodge date when I upload all the documents, complete the visa and click submit?
- Does the applicant (me) upload all the documents? Will my partner have to upload any documents? Or is there certain things each person uploads?
- I see it asks for bank statements, is this for every month from both of us?
Sorry a million questions! All help appreciated. Hope some day I can help others too


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