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Old 12-29-2014, 02:08 PM
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Colour scans do not need to be certified. Black & white scans do.

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Hi everyone ,

I have a question which is not related to subject at all but I didn't want to start a new thread as there are many popping out already

I submit our application yesterday, still uploading documents but I think we've done something wrong which is ;

We there were boxes to explain our financial aspects, nature of household etc. We didn't write our individual ones, we wrote ' please see the attached file called xxx' and we upload statement that explains our situations and evidences. However it's from both of us, one statement for each category. Did it have to be individual one from both us for each category?

We wrote history of relationships indivually though.

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Thanks for the clarification Engaus and Maggie-May24


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i don't think they want only in colour,if you provide they don't mind but if you cant then go with black and white.


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Hi everyone ,

I have a question which is not related to subject at all but I didn't want to start a new thread as there are many popping out already

I submit our application yesterday, still uploading documents but I think we've done something wrong which is ;

We there were boxes to explain our financial aspects, nature of household etc. We didn't write our individual ones, we wrote ' please see the attached file called xxx' and we upload statement that explains our situations and evidences. However it's from both of us, one statement for each category. Did it have to be individual one from both us for each category?

We wrote history of relationships indivually though.

Don't worry about adding a new question to the growing list, that's what a message board forum is for! You're not going to get an answer to a question if you hide it in the thread of an unrelated question.

They want to hear from both of you about all aspects of the relationship, in each of your own words.

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We there were boxes to explain our financial aspects, nature of household etc. We didn't write our individual ones, we wrote ' please see the attached file called xxx' and we upload statement that explains our situations and evidences. However it's from both of us, one statement for each category. Did it have to be individual one from both us for each category?

We wrote history of relationships indivually though.
If I understand correctly, ernest1, you submitted 1 history of relationship statement from the applicant, 1 history of relationship statement from the sponsor, and 4 joint category statements (1 for each of the evidence categories). If this is correct, then this sounds fine to me. I know of nothing that indicates that these brief category statements must be written separately by each the applicant and sponsor.

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If I understand correctly, ernest1, you submitted 1 history of relationship statement from the applicant, 1 history of relationship statement from the sponsor, and 4 joint category statements (1 for each of the evidence categories). If this is correct, then this sounds fine to me. I know of nothing that indicates that these brief category statements must be written separately by each the applicant and sponsor.
Ok, I read it differently, but what you say makes sense. I was comparing it to the boxes on the stat decs where you both need to write about finances and nature of household. I've not seen the online form, but if there's also boxes for statements prior to each section then yes, those would presumably be fine as joint statements. Thanks GadoGadoGal.

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Honestly, I'd err on the side of caution and both write the info that would be in those boxes in your own words. They all replace the statements applicants and sponsors used to have to provide, each in their own words, that covered history of the relationship AND all of those other categories as well. Since those old statements were required to be in each person's own words, I personally wouldn't risk it and would do all of them in each person's own words. That's what we did.

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Thanks guys for your answers.

Well the problem is we already submit the statements and we generally wrote it from both of us perspective . We can't delete them in this point but my boyfriend wrote his ones all again from his perspective . And the ones we submit before will be from me .
Does it sound ok to you guys?

Personally one detailed statement was enought to explain everything for us but of course we don't want risk Anything .


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