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Old 07-08-2011, 06:07 AM
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relationship evidence for parnter visa 309

what happens if a person dosent have enought evidence for their relationship (marriage), such as photos of themselves.
some poeple dont know they have to keep the transation receipts,and so on.
what could be done? or what can happen to them?


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they could be taken out into the forest and shot.........

...or their visa could just be rejected on the grounds of insufficient evidence.

you should call DIAC and discuss what alternative evidence they might accept.


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they could be taken out into the forest and shot.........

...or their visa could just be rejected on the grounds of insufficient evidence.

you should call DIAC and discuss what alternative evidence they might accept.
Thanks Dan, I needed a giggle on a Friday afternoon!

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The case officer will ask you to provide more evidence if he/she deems it is needed - once hey ask for it they'll give you a time in which to submit it (usually 28 days). If you can't provide what they need, you would probably have your visa application rejected. Your case officer will let you know if they want more, but I wouldn't submit an application if I truly thought that I had not a lot of evidence at all and that I couldn't get more in the future.


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The case officer will ask you to provide more evidence if he/she deems it is needed - once hey ask for it they'll give you a time in which to submit it (usually 28 days). If you can't provide what they need, you would probably have your visa application rejected. Your case officer will let you know if they want more, but I wouldn't submit an application if I truly thought that I had not a lot of evidence at all and that I couldn't get more in the future.
Dose the immgration make enquires if they not 100% satified with the application ,i mean call the poeple who gave the statutory declarations


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Dose the immgration make enquires if they not 100% satified with the application ,i mean call the poeple who gave the statutory declarations
If they want to contact the people who wrote statutory delclarations, they can. They won't for no reason, but if they are suspicious of something or want to clarify, or ask a question, they can. If you want an idea of the sort of evidence you should be providing, have a look at my thread:
http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...-included.html


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Dose the immgration make enquires if they not 100% satified with the application ,i mean call the poeple who gave the statutory declarations
dont sound so dodgy! ... you might as well ask .. will i be caught if i rob a bank!


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dont sound so dodgy! ... you might as well ask .. will i be caught if i rob a bank!

surely u will get caught.


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If they want to contact the people who wrote statutory delclarations, they can. They won't for no reason, but if they are suspicious of something or want to clarify, or ask a question, they can. If you want an idea of the sort of evidence you should be providing, have a look at my thread:
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thank you
I thought the declaration was for making enquiries if needed,where th immi wants to be more sure


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I thought the declaration was for making enquiries if needed,where th immi wants to be more sure
I think you're confused. If you are applying for a partner visa, you HAVE to provide AT LEAST 2 statutory declarations from Australian citizens or permanent residents who can support your claims of a genuine relationship. You give these with the application, everyone has to, it's not just if immi asks for them. In fact, if you only give 2 and immi want more evidence they will ask for more.

Just say the people that did the declarations for you had conflicting information to what you yourself had provided, immi can call up those people and enquire. A statutory declaration is a legally binding document, if you or anyone lies in a stat dec you can be fined and/or go to prison, it's a serious offence.

If you feel uncertain about the requirements of the partner visa, don't be afraid to ask questions so that you fully understand


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