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Old 11-26-2014, 01:30 AM
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Interesting. Maybe they have a box you can drop them off at but not actually lodge them. One of the agents on this forum said maybe 12 months ago that they don't accept lodgement in person anymore.

For online you just open an immi account and apply through there.
So do I have to make immi account.how do I pay for my applications?i also have filled out my forms


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So do I have to make immi account.how do I pay for my applications?i also have filled out my forms
Yes you make an account. The application form is online. You pay online when you submit the application and then upload all the evidence.

If it is too hard for you sending your application via post could be the better option. You could try and lodge in person and get lucky but be prepared that they won't allow it and the BVA will take up to 10 days to issue.

It is whatever is easier for you. Paper you have to have everything ready including marriage certificate. Online you can add evidence as you go along and don't have to have it all when you apply (ie. If you are waiting on the marriage certificate).


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You have 2 choices with form 40 SP: use the immi-account sponsorship option and link it with your visa application or prepare the paper sponsorship application on form 40SP and attach it to the lodged partner visa application.

On some occasions I find it easier to attach form 40 SP instead of filling out the separate online form.
DIBP at one point said they prefer applicants to use the online sponsor application and only included the 40SP because many applicants were not finding the sponsor application.

Of course, we all know what information from DIBP is worth at times...

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Visa #3: 801 (PR)
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