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Old 03-31-2014, 07:25 AM
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Just on Photos, my husband and I have made a point throughout our relationship (when we decided it was serious enough to go through this process) to make sure we got pictures of iconic/popular places or place names. For example we have pictures (selfies) of us in places around Melbourne and Oz and also in the UK with visable monuments or signs (such as Manchester Museum) behind us. We figured that would be easier to show we had both been with each other in both countries.

The only thing we didn't do though is get the camera to time/date stamp the pics, which in hindsight would have probably been helpful.


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Hello !!
I've been reading the last few pages of this topic, and all the applicants talk about "paper application" with "plastic bags" or "staples"...
However, I've been told to lodge my application online.
What should I do ????
Thanks heaps !!
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The online application is new, so most of the applicants you read about on this thread would have filed before it was an option. It's up to you which way you apply, but many are choosing the online option now that it's out in case it speeds up the application (though we don't know if it does or doesn't for sure yet).

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Hi there,

What is the time difference between online application and paper application?


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Hi there,

What is the time difference between online application and paper application?
Mmmm there isn't any information on this.

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Hey guys, I need clarification on something.

In a few hours I will be posting our 820/801 application. My question is, do I need to include the supporting documents (i.e letters sent to us at the same address, cards sent to both of us, etc etc) which I provided with my pmv application and then also include the ones we have received since then?

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Hey guys, I need clarification on something.

In a few hours I will be posting our 820/801 application. My question is, do I need to include the supporting documents (i.e letters sent to us at the same address, cards sent to both of us, etc etc) which I provided with my pmv application and then also include the ones we have received since then?
You need to provide everything pmv and since pmv. Think of it as a new application.


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You need to provide everything pmv and since pmv. Think of it as a new application.
Thanks Mish, very helpful.

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I have always found that the more organised an application can look and the more easily the case officer can access the information included, the more easier you make their job. This should be your aim to get processed quickly. Always include a list of documents and number each one so they can be cross-referenced. Follow the document checklist and arrange your evidence into identification documents, relationship evidence, character documents, sponsor documents and health. 20 photos is sufficient, but only a small part of the relationship evidence you need to include.


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Regarding the online application and uploading the documents, I'm uploading everything into the best approximate categories, but naturally they can be used as evidence for multiple categories. As long as they're there, they'll be considered across the board, right? And therefore, there's no need to upload the same document multiple times to cover all the categories it can be used as evidence of?

It seems silly if you did have to upload the same thing multiple times, but just to be absolutely sure...

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