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Yes we have a lot of joint travel....I forgot to add that to the list. God....I've been on this forum I think for over 6 months and now that we are applying in just over 1 month it feels a lot more scary! Haha
It's both terrifying and incredibly exciting!

Just be careful with your application, seeing as you'll be applying after Nov 1st to use new forms once they're out!

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Thanks to both again. I'm a lot happier about our application now. Once submitted I'll let you know how we get on. I will also check out the London thread.

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It's both terrifying and incredibly exciting! Just be careful with your application, seeing as you'll be applying after Nov 1st to use new forms once they're out!
We haven't filled any of the forms out fortunately. Thanks for your help!

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Hello,

Just a question. Some documents we wish to submit have many pages (20+).

Is it OK to staple these together for Immigration or must every single piece of paper must be loose?

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I would suggest using a paperclip or a "bulldog" clip. They don't like staples because then they have to pull everything apart in order to scan all those pages, and they risk damaging the paper when removing the staples. (Different offshore embassies have different polices, but I think this is the rule of thumb for most as well as for onshore applications like yours).

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Many thanks for your information. We will use paperclips or we will buy some bulldog clips from office works.


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Do we need to certified our relationship statements? Pls. Advise

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I've noticed that we forgot to put dates on our statements as our evidence or history of relationship? Will that gona affect our application?? Pls advise.. im really worried that they might return our application..


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Hi there -

I am just a bit stuck as to how I should present the bank statements in the application. My partner and I have been together for a few years and I don't know if it is overkill to go through our individual bank accounts and highlight every shopping trip to Coles just to prove we share grocery-shopping duties...

Can anyone advise on how pedantic I should be?!

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