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Old 12-16-2014, 02:23 AM
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You can both just write a statement on your relationship, rather than fill out the stat dec form write how you met, about your relationship ect. We both wrote statements in Microsoft word, printed them and signed, and attached them. Saves having a word limit on it my partner wrote like 2 pages if that, typical male, whereas I wrote 4 or 5 pages.

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Your relationship history statement and form 888 are two totally separate things.

You and your partner each need to write up your own relationship history statement. Both of you are not filling the form 888. You then sign at the end of the statement.

Form 888 (the stat dec) is for your family members, friends, workmates etc that say they believe your relationship is genuine and continuing.

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Old 12-16-2014, 02:51 AM
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We hand wrote it and signed and attached it and wrote "see attached statement" on the online application.

Remember it needs to be one statement each for the relationship history.
Then we will do both. The stat declaration and probably another hand written document. I want to avoid writing more than 5 pages but since it is 3 years we will write about this could get a bit tricky. Its just hard to know what is too much and what isn't. We also got nearly hundreds of pages of bank statements where we bought flights with my card, a television with his card and so on. I assume we will highlight this bigger purchases and attach most of the bank statements either way even though they are so many. Or rather only pick a few "good ones" like holiday, flights, tvs, air conditioning, birthday presents, dinner, my financial responsibility for groceries and his for rent? Sorry I have so many questions.

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Old 12-17-2014, 12:52 AM
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I wouldn't submit hundreds of pages of bank statements, I would pick a few which state important things. Also, make sure you merge your documents (but not too many too as there is a maximum of 5 MB per document) to minimize the number of documents. You got a limit of 60 documents (+another 60 in your partner's application which is the Sponsor's application). I wouldn't get too carried away providing heaps of the same stuff e.g. bucket loads of bank statements. Make sure you upload the scans of passports, birth certificate, declarations and decent evidence in all of the four categories first, you can always upload more later.


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