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Partner statement - defacto visa


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Old 05-16-2011, 05:41 AM
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Partner statement - defacto visa

Hi there - Has anyone done one of these stat decs before?

If so, please can someone reply with an example of their partner statement?

Many thanks, JohnnyK


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Hi there,

These things are quite personal and so I don't know if anyone would want to post such a private document.

I suggest you go by what the partner booklet says and write a brief history of the relationship, noting any significant turning points or events. Then, dedicate a paragraph each to the 4 categories i.e. the nature of the household, financial aspects etc. After that you can add your plans when in Australia and for your future as a couple.

They are not looking for an essay, just a reflection of how you feel about each other and if you both share common memories. Don't think that it has to be long either. I say 2 to 3 pages is sufficient, but more may be needed if the background circumstances need some explaining.


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Old 05-16-2011, 08:15 AM
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Thanks Aussie girl... re sample partner statement request...

Hi - understand... I am just interested to see the context, not necessarily the content. Would be good to get a visual on one of these.

Cheers, JohnnyK


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Hi there,

These things are quite personal and so I don't know if anyone would want to post such a private document.

I suggest you go by what the partner booklet says and write a brief history of the relationship, noting any significant turning points or events. Then, dedicate a paragraph each to the 4 categories i.e. the nature of the household, financial aspects etc. After that you can add your plans when in Australia and for your future as a couple.

They are not looking for an essay, just a reflection of how you feel about each other and if you both share common memories. Don't think that it has to be long either. I say 2 to 3 pages is sufficient, but more may be needed if the background circumstances need some explaining.


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