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Partner Visa - Question re form 40SP


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Old 01-23-2011, 04:42 AM
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Partner Visa - Question re form 40SP

I have a quick question regarding the partner migration sponsorship form.

PART C - Relationship Details
Question 9: When and where did you and your partner first meet

I have, what I can only imagine to be a very common, problem. I have absolutely no idea of the exact date we first met.
I can approximate the month, and I know the year, both of which I have written on the form. However I am unsure if I should put a day.
Is it best to leave it blank, or to decide, with my partner, on an arbitrary, approximate date to include?

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Old 01-23-2011, 07:19 AM
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Come on, think a bit harder, use event association and it'll come back to you even if it is the day of a week in the month of a year and then look up a calendar.
But as ngn indicates, not knowing exactly will not be a problem.

I bet your partner would hope you remembered!





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Old 01-23-2011, 07:46 AM
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She doesn't remember either.
We had been acquaintances in the music scene, without being formally introduced, for some months, where the extent of our contact was just to say hello or give nods of recognition. It was at least a few months after we first saw / said hello to each other (what I would consider 'meeting'), that we even had a decent conversation.
Anyway, cheers for the help, I'll just leave it blank. We've both explained the situation surrounding our meeting in our declarations, so it should be ok. Guess its not as common a problem as I first thought.


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