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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
I've seen some emails from people confused about what you can use to prove your defacto relationship. I found a really useful FAQ on migrating and lifted this section from it. Hope this helps as little of this is included on any of the DIMIA information. Pj xx Proving the genuine and continuing nature of your relationship The following factors may be used to assess the genuine and continuing nature of your relationship. There is no need to obtain all material described;see it as a list of suggestions. If you have material not mentioned below that you think may be useful it can also be provided. Photographs: Photographs of the two of you together taken at different times during your relationship. Photographs taken with a camera that records the date on the photo are very useful. Financial documents: Documents (incl. receipts) showing joint ownership of property such as appliances, motor vehicles and real estate. Statements from banks and other financial institutions showing joint accounts, credit cards, loans, mortgages etc. Documents showing money sent from one of you to the other. Evidence of living together: Leases, rent receipts, telephone bills, electricity, gas bills and other documents in both your names or single names with same address Letters, envelopes addressed to you both addressed to you personally to your spouse personally Evidence of communications between both of you: Cards and letters between you Telephone accounts documenting telephone calls to each other E-mail Evidence of Defacto Relationship: It is important to send in documents proving when you first started living together. Further evidence: At least two statutory declarations from people who know you both, describing your relationship. You can find examples of the layout on the web. Get your friends to write them and take the to a solicitor for authorising, then it makes them official. Evidence of travelling together including tickets, hotel bills etc Documents showing that you are members of religious, social, cultural or sporting clubs or organizations Documents that you have declared your relationship to government departments Evidence that you have declared your relationship to employers, insurance companies, third parties etc. Life insurance policies naming each other as beneficiaries. Drivers licenses etc showing addresses at which you lived together Wills making provision for each other Powers of Attorney appointing your partner as your attorney.