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Old 11-21-2011, 06:46 PM
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You may want check this.

In my case, the Aust. Embassy in Tokyo specifically mention: "Please do not place your application and supporting documents in a folder or file."

I've read on here of others that say the same.
Opps! Too late, I have already sent the application with the folder. but it was just the one folder, none included in the actual application so I hope they don't mind!



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So we lodged the application last monday in person!

I wasn't sure on how to present it so we went with a folder with 9 pockets inside.
on the first pocket, the table of contents
on every pocket, a number and description (applicant, sponsor, financial aspects, nature of the household etc...as per the checklist!!!)

We haven't heard anything yet but hopefully it'll be soon!

a note: just be as clear as possible, it doesnt matter if it's in a folder or an envelope, with us it didn't make ANY difference!

ciao!

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Hi everyone,

I am Kenyan and my fiance is Australian. We are preparing to lodge our PMV offshore in Berlin. I have two questions and would appreciate your responses:

1) Will our application still be treated as high risk due despite the fact that we both have been living in German atleast for the past two years.

2) I plan to visit Australia with him immediately after lodging the applications. My question is...is it possible to do the medicals in Australia?

Hope someone can help me out, I am going crazy thinking of this whole process and the potential amount of time we could be apart.

Cheers...

Gerrywins


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Old 01-14-2012, 03:01 AM
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This is solid information as my partner and I recently married in December and are having to apply for the Partner visa. We were approved for the Prospective visa before. Now we have to start it all over again. just glad we don't need a lot of photos this time.


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Hi everyone,

I am Kenyan and my fiance is Australian. We are preparing to lodge our PMV offshore in Berlin. I have two questions and would appreciate your responses:

1) Will our application still be treated as high risk due despite the fact that we both have been living in German atleast for the past two years.

2) I plan to visit Australia with him immediately after lodging the applications. My question is...is it possible to do the medicals in Australia?

Hope someone can help me out, I am going crazy thinking of this whole process and the potential amount of time we could be apart.

Cheers...

Gerrywins
Hey there,

I cannot answer those questions but I can give some advise about your time apart and process.

My partner and I had been apart for months on months, but this is a sacrifice we were prepared to make to be together. The process is lengthy but working thoroughly through the paper work and doing your homework online. make a few phone calls if you unsure... It is all worth it in the end. . Its tough, I know because I have been there. Once the wait is over you two will never be apart.


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Hi guys, what about cards and postcards and receipts? Do we need to give them the originals or certified copies?


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Old 01-15-2012, 12:51 AM
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Hi guys, what about cards and postcards and receipts? Do we need to give them the originals or certified copies?
I don't believe you need to certify copies of such evidence. If you give them originals they will send it back. I sent them copies. For me, whether this will suffice remains to be seen.

Perhaps someone else can answer with more clarity.


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Old 01-15-2012, 01:17 AM
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Only identity or official documents need to be certified. Passports, birth certificates, drivers license, degrees etc

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Hey there,

I cannot answer those questions but I can give some advise about your time apart and process.

My partner and I had been apart for months on months, but this is a sacrifice we were prepared to make to be together. The process is lengthy but working thoroughly through the paper work and doing your homework online. make a few phone calls if you unsure... It is all worth it in the end. . Its tough, I know because I have been there. Once the wait is over you two will never be apart.
Thank you very much for your reply. We are about to lodge our application and then apply for a 6 month tourist visa for aussie so i can be with him, I know it says that we need to inform our case officer that I will be in aussie so they can know how to contact us.

Will call immigration tomorrow and let you know what happens.


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Old 01-23-2012, 08:48 AM
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Hey, im just preparing all my paper work for the 820 Visa and im confused about form 40SP, just in relation to Part D in which it asks about details relating to "Name as shown in passport" and later asks for your passport number, i was under the impression a passport wasnt a requirement for the sponser?, and so what am i to do about the questions?, leave them blank or...?


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