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Do i need to submit documents right after i submit my IMMI visa application??


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Old 07-12-2014, 08:38 PM
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Arrow Do i need to submit documents right after i submit my IMMI visa application??

I submitted my subclass189 visa application on IMMI a month ago. I only filled the application form and paid the fees. But i haven't heard of them since i applied- which is a month ago. 2 days ago,i was checking my application and just found out about the section of Documents, they all have the status "recommended".
Shall i provide these documents in order for them to proceed,or in case any documents are needed the case officer will contact me?? I'm just confused, because i'm not sure if this is the reason behind the delay or not.

Can anyone help with any info?That would be much appreciated.


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Old 07-12-2014, 10:41 PM
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I would definitely upload your documents right away. With some visas (e.g. partner), you run the risk that they assess the application based on what they've been provided and if this is nothing, then the visa has a likely chance of being refused. I'm not sure how they'd handle the lack of evidence with a 189 visa, but I wouldn't take the chance.

A CO will contact you to get your police and medical checks, but they may not ask you about your evidence of qualifications, etc. And a lack of evidence may possibly slow down the processing if they wait for you to provide things.

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Thanks for your reply Maggie
Just another question, shall I upload the documents I used in skils select? Knowing that some of them are already issued a while ago (like work experience and stuff). I'm using the same ones I applied to skill select with, is this ok?

Meanwhile do I need to get IELTS certificate copy certified from the embassy or just upload the original one and upload it?


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In general, if you upload good qualify colour scans then they don't need to be certified. Black and white copies will need certification.

I'm not sure if it's the same documents you used in skill select (I haven't used skill select before), so perhaps someone else can answer this.

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Thanks for your help.

I do have a small inquiry though, i was going through the application and found this question:
"Has the applicant been employed overseas in their nominated occupation or a closely related occupation at a skilled level immediately before lodging this application?"

I'm not sure of this question, i found my answer is No.But reading it now, i guess it meant if i've been working -while submitting this application - in the nominated application in my Country by the time i submitted my application. Is this what the question means? Because i'm working in in the nominated application in my Country.

f this's what the question meant, is there a way to modify my answer? I'm not sure if this's what the question meant or not.

If this is the case shall i use form 1023 or what?

Thank in advance for your help.


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In general, if you upload good qualify colour scans then they don't need to be certified. Black and white copies will need certification.

I'm not sure if it's the same documents you used in skill select (I haven't used skill select before), so perhaps someone else can answer this.

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