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Old 11-19-2014, 03:44 PM
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What about her educational and identity documents? Which DOB does she have on those documents? If it is same as the one on birth certificate, she should get it corrected on her passport before applying for any kind of visa. If it is not, this could be a very complex thing.
Well just found out that her passport cannot be changed. All other docs have DOB as per Birth Certificate. Perhaps Australia is a no go then other than for holiday purposes... I'm not sure how this could be explained to AU Immigration.


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How is it that the passport can't be corrected? Surely if she provides her birth certificate and says the details on the passport are incorrect they'd fix it? I realise not every country operates the same way, but it seems logical they'd fix incorrect information.

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Old 11-19-2014, 09:27 PM
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How is it that the passport can't be corrected? Surely if she provides her birth certificate and says the details on the passport are incorrect they'd fix it? I realise not every country operates the same way, but it seems logical they'd fix incorrect information.
The problem is the OP has is they changed the age so she can work in HK and Singapore. If they change the passport then won't be able to work in HK which is an issue because she supports her family. The OP is in one different situation.

OP - Are you able to support her? This will then allow her to change her passport and wait out the visa in Indonesia while you support her family. You may still have to talk about the different dob on passports (or maybe not) it would depend if DIBP pick up on it.

I also have this vague memory that my husband also provided his birth certificate when he applied for subclass 600 tourist visa.


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