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Old 02-12-2011, 04:41 PM
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Spouse visa Proof/evidences

Hello. Can anybody please give me tips on how me and my husband must present our documents and evidences that our love is genuine?

I have the following but you guys might wanna add if there is something I missed or some things you might want to add on. The ff. evidences I have:

1.) photos (how many should i send?)
2.) emails (should i print the emails or the inbox too?)
3.) letters and packages (notarized copy of mails?)
4.) stat declaration
5.) phone records (with highlights on my cel number)
6.) bank certificate
7.) marriage certificate


Is there something I am missing?? please give me details on how i should present these documents and proof?


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Old 02-12-2011, 05:14 PM
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Hi Ady

Good luck on your application. I haven't sent mine in just yet but we are gathering evidence in preparation.

1.) photos (how many should i send?)
I printed my photos out 2 or 4 to an A4 page with captions and dates. I haven't sent in a lot, 20 photos in total at a maximum. Send in some pictures of each other with friends and family as well to demonstrate social acceptance, even better if those same friends and family are making your stat decls for you.

2.) emails (should i print the emails or the inbox too?)
Because my partner and I have been apart for long periods of time during our relationship, we printed out screenshots of each other's inbox during periods of separation, and a few good examples of the emails we sent to each other. Highlight relevant details e.g. if you talked about future plans to buy a house, a car, have a baby, or move, that is evidence of combining future plans.

3.) letters and packages (notarized copy of mails?)
Letters/packages/postcards/greeting cards addressed to both of you together, or addressed to both of you individually but showing the same address. I would choose a sample - a different one, from different people, for each month of the 12 months immediately prior to sending your application in.

6.) bank certificate
Are these bank account statements? If so, send one for the last 12 months before you send in your application. Make sure it is your checking account, not your savings as there must be proof of activity i.e. you use a joint account to pay for shared income and expenses. Highlight these.

Other evidence that I have gathered:
A) Proof of paying for each other's expenses e.g. holiday that I've taken but paid on my partner's credit card, rent paid on joint cheque book, my partner's flights that I've paid for out of my own personal bank account (not the joint account)

B) Form sent into a travel agency nominating my partner as my emergency contact (proof of notifying commercial institution of our relationship)

C) Timeline of the relationship for reference and to show commitment

D) Payslips from my partner being deposited into my personal bank account (before we opened our joint account)

E) Joint wedding invitations addressed to both of us (showing others see us as a couple)

If you have joint utility bills, or even separate utility bills for the house, it shows you shared responsibility for expenses.

If you have shared assets: cars, house or shared loans or a shared lease, evidence these.

Joint membership of institutions/clubs e.g. I am hoping to get a letter from the New York Public Library that show that I am a supplementary card holder on my partner's library account.

I hope this was helpful - elkitten wrote a really great post on the evidence she sent in and how she presented them in a sticky at the top of this forum.

Good luck!


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hi im new here.. i just wanted to know if im qualified to have the spouse visa.. heres a brief story of our relationship i met my husband here in philippines on march 2009 and went back on april 2009 using yahoo and mobile phones we started our relationship on June 12 2009.. he cmae back here on march 2010 and get married on our anniversary June 12 2010. He planned to stay here for good to be with me but then the companies here in the phils does not want to hire him and we dont know why. Im working as a medical reviewer and we live in a apartment for almost five months. he was offered by a guess company in australia and we decided to take it. were just wanted our future to be secured as we planning to have a family. Need some advice. Thanks guys have a great day.


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Yes hes an Aussie.. Thank you so much Ngn.


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If you have been married since June last year, are living together since then and have good evidence of your relationship, you should have a reasonable chance of getting a partner visa.
Have a read of the details re eligibility and applying via Family - Visas & Immigration including Booklet#1





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Thats a big help friend thank u so much wish me luck


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