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Old 03-27-2014, 09:57 AM
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It's still listed on the online application under forms to be uploaded...

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It's still listed on the online application under forms to be uploaded...
Ok then. But the old fashioned way, there is no mention. Happy to be proven wrong :P

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Hi MrCamel -

Fair enough, however the website does not always reflect the complete requirements for a visa, and often leaves a lot of information out. Given that DIBP requires Form 80 for most PR visas, such as skilled visas (just got a request today from DIBP for these for a client and his defacto partner), I'm not yet convinced they have given it up for all partner visa applicants. Nonetheless, will look into this further -

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My Mrs is from Mongolia. Not a 'low risk' country. Just read the website. Form 80 is no longer mentioned for any partner visa.

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Old 03-27-2014, 10:42 AM
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Interesting I just looked through the partner booklet and it doesn't list it in the documents list there. Hmm. I can't believe they would scrap it though...

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Still listed on the website for 300 Visa - but remember, they can request any information they like, and they do.

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Old 03-27-2014, 11:54 AM
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Yeh I'd rather just submit it and not worry

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My Mrs is from Mongolia. Not a 'low risk' country. Just read the website. Form 80 is no longer mentioned for any partner visa.
If you apply online for the partner visa, it is obvious that DIBP do expect the form 80 to be submitted, as evidenced by the fact that it's listed prominently on the checklist with it's own link for it to be uploaded. I would definitely recommend that anyone applying for the partner visa to be very much prepared to fill out the form 80 since I think it's a document that, while not expressly stated as such, is absolutely required in the vast majority of cases.

It's not a "requirement" in the sense that medical or police checks are, but I believe that in practice, most COs do consider it to be a necessary document and will request it if it's not front loaded. It's a pain to fill out! My husband groaned and whined the whole time he filled his out

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While it was tedious, I didn't think it was THAT bad - but I also have kept every CV I've created since I began employment, so... it was pretty easy to go back and mine that data.

That said - not looking forward to doing the new version in the next couple of weeks, but at least I have the old one ready so I can just pull out most of my responses from that.

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While it was tedious, I didn't think it was THAT bad - but I also have kept every CV I've created since I began employment, so... it was pretty easy to go back and mine that data. That said - not looking forward to doing the new version in the next couple of weeks, but at least I have the old one ready so I can just pull out most of my responses from that.
Hello, I was just wondering if form 80 is to be filled out from both partners or only the one who applies ?
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