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Form 80 updated - more details needed now

Department of Immigration and Border Protection updated their forms.

In Form 80, required for most applications, you must now provide details of all residential addresses, travel details in the LAST 30 YEARS, education SINCE birth (with address of the institutions!), all dates and details employment and unemployment (with explanation and FULL addresses of the businesses or company) among other things. In some applications, they want to know the date of marriage of your siblings...
What will they ask for next?

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Just....wow. The travel question borders on the impossible, especially for European citizens with open borders.

I wonder whether they will ask for a new form from those who have already provided the old one.

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Department of Immigration and Border Protection updated their forms. In Form 80, required for most applications, you must now provide details of all residential addresses, travel details in the LAST 30 YEARS, education SINCE birth (with address of the institutions!), all dates and details employment and unemployment (with explanation and FULL addresses of the businesses or company) among other things. In some applications, they want to know the date of marriage of your siblings... What will they ask for next?
For asylum seekers it was 30 years and for the rest it was 10 years including all that u have mentioned.

If someone has been traveling inside the EU then they r in trouble because u don't get stamps on ur passport because of open borders.

It will also add more delay in processing.


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Let's hope DIBP provide some written guidance for EU travellers. There will be many affected.

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Wow, the level of detail they want now is amazing.

And they finally ask if you have children. When I completed my visa application, nowhere did it ask anything about my non-migrating non-dependent child, yet they wanted information about my partner, parents and siblings.

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So it's definitely 30 years for everyone or is that asylum seekers as somebody said?

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It's for everyone now, whereas the old form 80 only required the 30 yrs of travel history for asylum seekers

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It's for everyone now, whereas the old form 80 only required the 30 yrs of travel history for asylum seekers
Hmm. We're already part way done completing the old form. I wonder if we submit it if we'd be asked to redo it on a new one. Ugh no way we can get all the details from that far.

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I am so glad my application is done and submitted!! That's ridiculous!! I grew up in Europe with family in holland and the uk and
As such even for the 10 year travel info had to state that I regularly
Took day trips to other EU countries!! This will be nigh on impossible to give this level of information!! Was hard enough getting birthdates of my fiancées American step sisters that no one in the family has any contact with!!!'

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Here is the link to the new Form 80:

http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/80.pdf

Unbelievable! Maybe they will ask for DNA sample soon.

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