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Old 12-22-2014, 02:26 AM
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820/801 Applied!!

Hey guys,

So after many dramas my partner and I submitted our visa, on the 19th and got the bridging visa immediately.
Now that's done, we are in the process of uploading out evidence.
I've now reached that stage where I'm stressing about the possibility of refusal.
I have already done this but if I loated the evidence we have this far could someone just give their opinion/advice on it?
-civil partnership certificate
-current joint lease
-electricity bill in my partners name, Internet in mine.
-all letters (bar personal) addressed to me at current address as well as previous address when living with his mother.
-some internet banking and cash deposits to my partners mother for board.
-bank transfers between me and my partner (there's many)
-stat decs from his mother confirming I was living with them from the time I arrived in Aus until the time we moved out together.
-stat decs from 5 friends/family
-phon contract in his name, with proof that I pay for it.
-numerous travel itinerarys (flight/accom) with both our names.
-evidence of contact when I was in UK and him Australia.
-emergency contacts at work
-evidence of furnishinga bought equally
-evidence of groceries bought equally
-statement from my father in the UK and a few friends from the UK
-10 pictures fr various events
-wedding invitations addressed to us both.
-our statements including future/nature of household.
-in the process of getting evidence that we are each other's beneficiar on superannuation.
-photographs of our one bedroom apartment.

Am I missing anything? Or anything good to add, we have explained in the case of the joint bank account that we aren't intereted as transfers between our accounts work well enough.

I've just been focusing on what they could refuse us on as most people in this situation, it terrifies me that I could not be with my partner.


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Old 12-22-2014, 02:59 AM
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Wow you definitely have loads of evidence I wouldn't stress at all


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you think?
I just worry due to the time we were living with my partners mother for a while and we have evidence such as all letters addressed to me living there. stat dec from his mother stating I paid board and contributed to the household, but that is really it! It concerns me that's all!


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Old 12-22-2014, 03:33 AM
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I think your evidence looks pretty good; very similar to what we sent in. Just make sure your individual statements about the relationship are well written and consistent and you should be fine.
Did you already do your health and police checks?

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No we were advised to wait until they were requested as they only last a year. would it be wise to maybe upload a little paragraph just stating that we will get them done once requested or generally are they aware that people wait until asked?


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you think?
I just worry due to the time we were living with my partners mother for a while and we have evidence such as all letters addressed to me living there. stat dec from his mother stating I paid board and contributed to the household, but that is really it! It concerns me that's all!
My partner and I lived with my parents for a year prior to lodging. All we had was a statement to comfirm this (and joint correspondence sent to that address) - in the letter they described our living arrangements e.g we had our own room and bathroom, who did the washing and cooking in the relationship, that we often went out to dinner, that my partner took me to and from the station for work etc etc.

We were approved no problem

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Yay! Congrats to you both! We're hoping to apply for ours tomorrow!


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No we were advised to wait until they were requested as they only last a year. would it be wise to maybe upload a little paragraph just stating that we will get them done once requested or generally are they aware that people wait until asked?
An explanation couldn't hurt, although I think they're aware a lot of applicants do it that way. We submitted our checks up front, but it looks like the majority of recent applicants are holding off for now (they're rushing their applications to beat the price increase). I still think what you have should be fine

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