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Old 12-01-2014, 04:35 AM
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Yes, you submit and pay, and then you will be taken to a page where you can upload documents. Keep in mind there are a maximum of 30 documents on the applicant's application, and another 30 on the sponsors, and yes these include the 888 forms. Once you're done with the applicant's application (and have uploaded any docs you are uploading right away), use the TRN number you get when you click "submit" and pay to start the sponsor's application. There are instructions I wrote on all this here: http://www.australiaforum.com/565833-post6.html
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With the 5 boxes of details of the relationship though, I've written everything in my own words for my partner. She wouldn't be able to provide English text herself, should we be having her write a Vietnamese version on paper to be translated and uploaded by a third party?


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Yes - since they're supposed to be in her own words, I believe she'd need to write it and it would need to be translated. Perhaps put in those boxes "see attached statement titled [whatever] and provided translation."

Hopefully someone who has been through the translation process and applied online can confirm.

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You can not write for her it has to be her and has to be translated officially. You will have to do what CG said and do a statement in Vietnamese and get it officially translated. If they interview her they will find out it is not her writing and then you will be in trouble....

Btw ... my husband's writing skills are good but not perfect and I was told by our agent not to correct the English.

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Yep I understand that it'd be her words in Vietnamese.

Can anyone provide more detail about the translation though? Must it be through a translation service or may I translate it myself? Are there any stipulated rules in regards to this?


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It will need to be by a professional translater


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Are there viewable official rules and guidelines?


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Are there viewable official rules and guidelines?
Yes on the immigration website I can't post a link because I'm on my phone but it actually says the translator does not have to be accredited (sorry for my previous post I thought they did but I think that may be only for police certificates and official documents) but needs to state their name address date of birth and qualifications and history in the translated language.

Maybe someone who has been through this can shed some more light on the best way to go...


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Yes on the immigration website I can't post a link because I'm on my phone but it actually says the translator does not have to be accredited (sorry for my previous post I thought they did but I think that may be only for police certificates and official documents) but needs to state their name address date of birth and qualifications and history in the translated language. Maybe someone who has been through this can shed some more light on the best way to go...
My fiance has been translating his own documents, single state and birth certificate to name a few. In Italy they can get a government seal on translated documents for a small fee and he fills out a form with his name address and the town hall stamps it and signs it as long as it follows their translation guidelines.

Our CO hasn't said anything about this and accepted his single state (it was requested). My fiance will also translate his police check from Italian when he gets the document this week (our CO asked for it as well).

The immi website does just say to include the contact details and qualifications etc like summerandtill said. If the application was done inside Australia you would need to use an official accredited translator from the immi list.

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Sorry I don't know how to edit my post from my phone.

http://www.immi.gov.au/faqs/Pages/wh...sh-for-me.aspxThis is the website about translations!

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