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Hi Guys, Have hunted high and low, but cannot find a simple layout for a statutory declaration (for evidence of our committed relationship). We are going to Tasmania on a 457 and my partner is coming as secondary applicant (de facto), Im aware of all the evidence needed but the family members and friends who are happy to provide us with their declarations are asking me for guidelines as to what info they need to provide and how should it be laid out. Does it have to be typed or will a hand written document be accepted? In addition, who notorises the document as genuine, does it need to be in the presence of say a solicitor and them to sign???? confused.com :confused: There are lots of guidelines and examples for permanent partner migration, but cant source anything that will give me a basic suggested layout and content for 457 de facto secondary applicants. Also can anyone tell me what evidence to give for dependant over 18 (as of this Friday!) who is in college and has always lived with me, is fully dependant even tho her Dad has also always contributed maintenance. Thanks so much guys :wink:
Guest posted a topic in Visa ChatHi, i am about to start my tra 1st class metal machinist and i would like to know if anyone has any advice on ...well where to start, how much detail and if i need certain key words. I was employed on a 457 3 years ago for 18 months as a 1st class metal machinist in Australia, done the whole apprentice thing from school and been in engineering for the last 19 years on both manual and cncs. I don`t want to send 60 pages in if its not needed, do i need any docs from old employers too?, only ever had 3 so its not too hard but if so what do they need to include. thanks for reading if you got this far....:SLEEP: Edit: Going for a 176 visa with S.A.
Hi Can anyone give me some advice on how you have to lay out the stat decs? We have to get 4 family members to complete 1 each and the solicitor we were going to send them to in order to get this done said that they think we have to do it as an affidavitt which will cost £400 (£100 for each one) Does anyone know if this is correct? Can any of you let me know what you did for yours? Seems barmy that we would have to pay out £400 to prove that we have been together for 17 years!!!!! Any help will be greatly appreciated. Jules:arghh: