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barbarv posted a topic in Visitor VisasHi! I'm a 24 brazilian and I plann to visit Australia this year, as a solo traveller. I'm about to attach documents to my visa application, but I'm not sure about what to attach to make the application better. What I curently have: Passaport picture, employment letter and proof of enough savings to travel. Please, what else do I need? Thank you already.
Proxy Migration posted a topic in Partner VisasAs seasoned visa holders would know, supporting documents are lodged AFTER you hit submit on an online visa application. But exactly how long can you take to lodge these documents? Given that some visas aren't processed for nine months or even a year, a lot of applicants take their time to upload documents. However, the Migration Institute of Australia has issued a word of warning that the Department of Immigration is refusing applications that do not have all supporting documents attached. The refusals are happening shortly after applications are lodged and well before they are due to be processed. The Migration Institute of Australia received reports of these refusals in relation to Employer Nominator Scheme (ENS) visas, which usually take 8-9 months to process. The visa applications were refused after a few weeks of lodgement without any request for further information. TIPS: Be aware that "this could happen to any of us"... not just the ENS folk Get all of your supporting documents together before lodging an application If you need to lodge an application without all the supporting documents, upload a statement to explain why the documents have not been uploaded + when you expect them to be uploaded If you currently have an active application and haven't lodged the supporting documents, do so ASAP and in the meantime upload a statement (as above) If you need assistance with your visa application, Proxy Migration offers both a full visa service, and a budget-friendly ‘Check My Application’ service. Visit www.proxymigration.com.au for more information. Disclaimer: Please note that the content of this post is general in nature and does not constitute migration or legal advice.
Are time stamps essential for photo attachments? I have all our photos of my fiancee and I from when we went on holidays and times we've been together. However hardly any of them have time stamps. The time stamps are stored on the photo file itself. I can superimpose them using software that can do it in batches. The dates are not being altered in anyway they're just being read from the file and superimposing it onto the photos. Is this perfectly okay with case officers? I have the original files ready if needed to be emailed to them... Or should I not even bother adding them or it just looks bad?