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2007/06/15 09:28:34 (permalink)
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Statutory Declaration

Bit of a long shot here but nonetheless.

I am hoping to migrate ot Australia on my partners visa. To do this the immigration authority said I would need to produce a statutory declaration to proove me relationship to my girl.

"Please ensure you return a copy of your Australian nurse registration, copies of passports of everyone travelling on your visa and evidence of relationship - cohabitation documents or statutory declaration"

I can produce cohabition documents but we have been living together a bit shorter than a year, so I would like to send both.

I have saw SD'd them for other reasons, adoptions, insurance etc but not for this reason. Has anyone ever had to fill in one of this nature or be able to give me any advice at all.

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post edited by irishbeast - 2007/06/15 09:29:02

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    RE: Statutory Declaration 2007/06/15 09:46:57 (permalink)
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    Contact your local 'Immigration Advisory Bureau'. They are a charity who give advise on stuff like this. I used them when my Finacee was moving here from the states. Whilst you are moving away from the UK I'm sure they will be able to clear it up for you.

    You did gain far too much fat though,I mean,you're not muscular at all,you're just a fat mess.
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    RE: Statutory Declaration 2007/06/15 09:53:10 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: Total Rebuild

    Contact your local 'Immigration Advisory Bureau'. They are a charity who give advise on stuff like this. I used them when my Finacee was moving here from the states. Whilst you are moving away from the UK I'm sure they will be able to clear it up for you.


    Cheers for that. i didn't know there was such a thing!

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    RE: Statutory Declaration 2007/06/15 10:51:41 (permalink)
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    Hello mate im migrating to australia soon (expecting the VISA in a couple of months) so i've had to get statutory declarations for various reasons.

    You have to get a solicitor to write you a statutory declaration. Ring your solicitor and explain what you need and they'll explain what proof you need then they'll write you the declaration then you have to get it signed by a different solicitor...it cost me about £50.

    Hope it works out..
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    RE: Statutory Declaration 2007/06/15 11:10:56 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: matt9180

    Hello mate im migrating to australia soon (expecting the VISA in a couple of months) so i've had to get statutory declarations for various reasons.

    You have to get a solicitor to write you a statutory declaration. Ring your solicitor and explain what you need and they'll explain what proof you need then they'll write you the declaration then you have to get it signed by a different solicitor...it cost me about £50.

    Hope it works out..


    I saw the solicitor option. Might go for it for easiness sake but I'm really trying to cur corners everywhere at the moment so if I could do it myself that would be sweet.

    Have you got a job offer? What part are you going to?

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    RE: Statutory Declaration 2007/06/15 11:18:06 (permalink)
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    I wouldnt know how to start doing it myself to be honest. I suppose if you just wrote a document explaining that you are in a relationship and for how long and get a solicitor to sign it you might save a few quid. Not sure what proof you'd need though.

    I havent got a job offer, was hoping to have about £6-7k to go over with after selling my house so planning on having a few months off first then find something over there. Theres plenty of jobs though....have a look on www.seek.com.au

    I've been over there a few times with work but Brisbane was my favourite so aiming for there. What about you?
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    RE: Statutory Declaration 2007/06/15 11:28:48 (permalink)
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    don't you have to have a job secured first i thought you had to have a profession behind you i.e plumber,elctrician etc before they let you in?

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    RE: Statutory Declaration 2007/06/15 11:39:32 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: blotto

    don't you have to have a job secured first i thought you had to have a profession behind you i.e plumber,elctrician etc before they let you in?


    Yes mate you need a profession but not necessarily a job. I had to send a copy of my mechanical engineering degree off with my application
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    RE: Statutory Declaration 2007/06/15 11:50:22 (permalink)
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    Im off to melbourne. Got friends there. I've never been to Oz so really looking forward to it.


    If I can get in on gfs visa then I'll start applying for jobs. Im a health information manager (IT) and it features on the Skills shortage list although slightly different to my role. So getting work shouldn't be a problem. Touch wood.

    What date are you going matt? 1st October myself

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    RE: Statutory Declaration 2007/06/15 12:05:46 (permalink)
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    Melbourne is class mate. The best gyms are probably the Fitness First ones, thats what i used when i was over there. They're sports mad in melbourne, i'm in two minds whether to head there or brisbane cos brisbane might be a bit hot!!
    I spent 4 months in melbourne last year.

    I had my medical done for the visa last week, the doc reckons itd be a week for my bloods so if i didnt hear anything from him it was all good. I was a bit nervous cos i've done some dbol courses in the past and was worried they'd show up but they obviously havent.
    Anyways going on some of my mates experiences the visa is usually about a month after the medical so once i've got that and sold my house and quit my job im hoping for the start of October, about the same as you. cant wait.
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