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Defacto Visa Application Onshore


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Old 04-21-2011, 03:08 PM
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Defacto Visa Application Onshore

Hi All,

I am hoping to apply for a defacto visa onshore in June, and have been gathering evidence together for it. So far I have:

- 3 x 12 month Rental agreements with my partner and my names on it.
- 20 x photos of us together overseas and with family and friends.
- We have our relationship registered.
- Gas and electricity bills in both of our names.
- Bank statements to show we share the costs of rent, bills, food, household goods, etc. (We don't have a joint bank account so the bank statements show we split the costs of everything and put money into each other's accounts). I have also kept some of the receipts for some of the food shops and household appliances.
- Phone records for the few weeks we have been away from each other to show that we stay in contact everyday.
- Screenshot of my inbox that show emails from my partner dating back to at least 2006.
- Photocopy of both of our yearbook blurbs where we mention how much we mean to each other (we met in high school).
- Birthday cards from his family to me.
- Receipts and photographs of flowers he has bought me.
- Bond receipts with both our names on it.
- Postcards from family addressed to both of us where we live together.
- Letters that we have written for each other.

I think that's it at the moment, but I was hoping to get an idea as to whether this is enough?

Thanks for your help!


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Old 04-22-2011, 02:37 PM
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Looks good

You should have a look at the very unofficial defacto visa thread for what else you might need to add.

Also reading the partner migration booklet helps too


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