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cookieh posted a topic in Visa ChatThis may sound like a basic question but I am about to lodge the application for my Fiance Visa. I have all relevant documents and a whole bunch of supporting information such as a slideshow full of photos, skype call logs etc- this has all been printed out. What is the easiest way to submit the documents so the authorities can easily process it all? As in, should I have a folder for all my things and a seperate folder for the sponsor documents? Show I include the checklist? Do i need original photographs or will the printed copies do? Any advice would be much appreciated! Thanks x
Hi everyone. I am in a unique position I think. My company is sponsoring me to stay on a 457 and put the application in 3 months ago. They contacted the agent and they said there is a huge backlog for this subclass (187) at the moment of about 6 months. So essentially I have another 3 months before they get to my application. The issue is I have been working at this company for 5 months and they decided to sponsor me after 2 months. So if I stay working here while the application is delayed, then I will technically be going over 6 months which on a working holiday visa isn't good. I have applied for a bridging visa, but that only kicks in once my working holiday has run out. I am just concerned that this could hinder my application if I continue to work here but I need to work here because my company is sponsoring me?! Surely there must be a way around this. Please advise!
Hi everyone, I am new to the forum so hello. I am needing help and suspect this might have been an issue that someone else my have posted before and I have done a search but I can't seem to find anything. Well here goes, I am looking to apply for a working holiday visa (12 month) and have two concerns, one that I have criminal convictions from over 10 years ago and the other is whether I need/should use a migration agent. My convictions are from when I was in my teens and made stupid drunken mistakes. They are from two separate events. One is for criminal damage (received a fine) and the others are from the same evening and are Section 18 (wounding) and assault PC for which I was sentenced to 2 months imprisonment at a young offenders institute. I believe I have to declare these as they are within a 15 year time frame.Although I have since turned my life into a positive one, have graduated from university and am employed within a professional role I am wanting to know will this effect my application? The migration agent issue is that I considering applying direct through the Australian immigration website. But also thinking that migration agents might make the process easier? Thanks in advance for any advice, Renton