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Mums mix up in her statement does it matter??


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Old 06-20-2011, 05:04 AM
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Mums mix up in her statement does it matter??

Hi there,

Just a quick question. In my mum and sisters statements it says my partner moved in with me in November 2009 but turns out it wasn't it was December 2009 after his operation. Does it matter that theirs doesn't match ours exactly or will they understand that they got the dates confused??

It probably sounds like a stupid question but I just wanted to check!

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Old 06-20-2011, 07:49 AM
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I think that DIAC could understand a little bit of a time difference. Each applicant, spoouse and wtiness/ supporter are supposed to write their own accounts of the relationship, so I would think that they would not be too worried about fuzzy dates, since people are not supposed to synch all of their stories to make them exactly the same.

If it was an issue, I'm sure your CO would contact you and give you a chance to explain the incongruencies.

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Thank you for replying, I thought that would be the case, just wanted to check...

Just another question, I'm writing joint statements for each section, so one fore nature of household etc etc, but how should I start it, do I write it like a stat dec or should I just write; Joint statement regarding nature of household as a title then write the statement? And then how should I end it, should we both sign it??



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Old 06-21-2011, 03:32 AM
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You can use a proper stat.dec form, available from the Australian governement webiste. You can find it if you just goolge stat.decs. Print out as many as you need and then get them wtinessed.

I copied the opening and closing of the stat.dec form, copied it into word and typed out my statements. This was sufficient for immigration here in Korea.

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