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Old 03-22-2015, 03:44 AM
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Thanks Canegirl The notice of intent to marry is fine...We're going to get a letter from the celebrant since we'll be getting married in India. However I was alluding to the other point(See below) to prove 'Genuine intend to live in a married relationship'...Not sure what proof is needed here - Evidence that you will marry your prospective spouse within nine months of being granted the visa (such as a letter from the person who will officiate at the wedding). - Evidence that you and your prospective spouse genuinely intend to live in a married relationship.
That can be your celebrants letter and just ask them to add a wedding date in. We applied in December 14, and have the wedding date currently set for November 15. Obviously this will depend on getting the visa approved.

You could also add evidence about this in your relationship statement, when you proposed, engagement photos, or just your further plans and how you want to marry etc.

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The notice of intent to marry is fine...We're going to get a letter from the celebrant since we'll be getting married in India.
Just be aware thaf your fiancée will need to enter Australia first and then you can go and marry in India. Under a PMV you cannot marry before the first entry to Australia is made.


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Just be aware thaf your fiancée will need to enter Australia first and then you can go and marry in India. Under a PMV you cannot marry before the first entry to Australia is made.
Oh wow I wasn't aware of this.

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1. The national identity card for my fiancé was his social security card as he currently lives in the U.S. When I uploaded my ID from memory I did my passport and my birth certificate. I can't remember if I used any others. I think it depends on what country you live in, whether or not you have national identity cards or regular ID.
Thanks Canegirl

So can anyone shed light on if there is such an ID for Indians besides the usual passport/birth cert that the PMV visa requires?


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Oh wow I wasn't aware of this.

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No problem.

PMV: you must not marry before first entry to Australia and must marry within 9 months and then lodge an 820 (spouse visa).

309: You don't have to be married when you lodge but you have to be married when a decision is made. This method can be risky as they can make a decision before you get married.


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Thanks Canegirl

So can anyone shed light on if there is such an ID for Indians besides the usual passport/birth cert that the PMV visa requires?
yes ADHAAR CARD OR KNOWN AS Unique Identification Card is national identity document.she can mention that .


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and Medical you go only when asked for..if applyin online it wil appear in your immiaccount.or CO can ask for.


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and Medical you go only when asked for..if applyin online it wil appear in your immiaccount.or CO can ask for.
Can I ask how it appears on your immi account? I assumed from all the reading I've done that the CO will email you, we didn't think that it would appear on the immi account.

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Can I ask how it appears on your immi account? I assumed from all the reading I've done that the CO will email you, we didn't think that it would appear on the immi account.
well ours is partner visa case..n after we applied n recieved aknowldgment letter, we attached required docs...then under that section it appeared(if you are going for emedical n for this you through hap id)regarding health undertakings it was written for medical requirement.

we havnt got any email from CO regarding this, may be that varies bcoz of different visa category or country.


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yes ADHAAR CARD OR KNOWN AS Unique Identification Card is national identity document.she can mention that .
Is this required? What other forms of national ID could she use?


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