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Old 10-11-2014, 10:19 PM
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It's consumed me
I am wanting some advice, so in both our interviews the officers stated they didn't need to see any more contact/communication records for tilly and I. Now I am extremely concerned they may say there is no evidence we have kept in contact in the last ... Months. I know that's crazy but I've had days to stew on this please can someone tell me what I should do my plan was to email it all to her so it has to be considered. Another thing I thought of is they said in the interview that I have sent a lot of money to tilly, and I did say he had also sent money to me etc, and that all of that was sent with the application, I think they may have thought all the money transactions were from me to him, which is incorrect... Will this now be looked into properly or should I email her about it and include the most recent transactions between the two of us?


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I would include everything.

My saying is always ... are you happy with what evidence you have provided? If no then email them the additional evidence. The way I always looked at it was if they rejected us could I have provided them with more and the answer was no.

It is sooooo hard not to keep analysing what they asked and what you said. You keep wondering what they mean.

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And to make things so much worse I have realised I answered one of their questions horribly wrong. They asked if we had a joint savings account or my own person savings account and I was puzzled saying I have my own personal savings accounts and that we cannot have a joint bank account until he is in Australia. Well stupid me didn't mention the fact I opened up a foreign currency account to make it easy for him to transfer money to me and also as I way for us to save together in a sense... And it was in our statements. Now they will think I have lied when I haven't I did tell them he transferred me money and yes we did have it as a way of saving together though I have been financially struggling last few months and used the money out of it as well as my own savings the account just got used basically for him to transfer money to me when I needed it I never even thought of it (((


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You can email the co to provide additional information.

I am sure they would expect people get nervous and forget things.

They are probably looking at body language as well as answers.


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I hope these people are properly trained my body language was great in all honesty I was happy and excited to see them both, it's the aftermath that I have fallen apart at the seams lol. I'm spending today preparing emails to send with clarification of the foreign exchange account and to explain that we haven't been able to save which is the truth because of my financial situation basically ( I was out of work for 3 months), plus I will email the screen shots of our skype and viber history from the past 12 months whether they want it or not. I've convinced myself they are going to decline the visa and I hope I am wrong because I am in no position to fly over to tilly to see him and God knows australia will decline a tourist visa so the prognosis of a refusal is so so bad for both of us and we miss each other so badly !!!! Thanks for your advice Mish and im sorry for all my ranting I am just an emotional wreck atm


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It is ok and unfortunately I know how it feels. I over analysed too and had convinced myself that they would reject our visa but they didn't.

With the foreign account at least they will be able to see that Tilly is supporting you too so that is good as well.


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I will also add with viber I exported it and just used all the phone calls only and then showed it on a month by month and then put it into word and saved it as a PDF.

I didn't do conversations at that stage as we didn't use Viber until about 3 months before the decision so just used it to show the phone calls.


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I have been screen shotting the call logs. How did you export? We don't have much message history as we use iMessage 24/7 and as much as I think they have a couple of screen shots from there I haven't sent them much of that.


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It is under settings and call and message settings and then email history. It will create a excel document and then you can email it to yourself and then edit it.

If you have screen shots when you did the call then even better because they are harder to edit then word documents.

We just provided the word docs and nothing was said.


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It's my last question for the day I promise lol. So I have scanned documents relating to the foreign exchange account etc to email with of course explanation for each, I have also made a word sheet of more photos of us as we only submitted about 6-8 in the application... Also I have attached all the screen shots of our communication history, I'll probably send two different emails as to not exceed the 5mb limit. Well tilly will as the email thread is from his account. I feel like we are bombarding her so I just want to know before we send all this documentation is it ok to send all of it to her by email like this?
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