Who needs a Statutory declaration for Partner visa?
You will need this form if you want to apply for the Australian partner visa and your spouse or partner is your sponsor. As you can judge from the visa type, the sponsor must to be the resident of Australia.
What is the Statutory declaration for partner visa for?
The information you provide in this declaration is used by the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection to make a decision on your Australian partner visa application.
Is the Statutory declaration for partner visa accompanied by other forms?
The statutory declaration for a partner visa is sent as a part of your visa application.
When is the Statutory declaration for partner visa due?
The statutory declaration must be sent together with a partner visa application. The processing time of visa application can take up to several months.
How do I fill out the Statutory declaration for partner visa?
The declaration is completed by the partner visa applicant. He or she has to fill out the following sections:
Personal information (name, address, occupation of the filler and partner)
The year of the beginning of the spousal relationship
Description of the shared financial commitments (bank accounts, ownership of property, pooling or financial resources, everyday household expenses)
Description of the social aspects of the relationship (social activities, join travel)
Description of the nature of the commitment to each other
The applicant has to sign, date the declaration and insert the name of the person before whom the declaration is made. This person also should sign the declaration, type his or her name, qualification, and address. The list of persons who can acknowledge the declaration you can find on the last page of the declaration form.
Where do I send the Statutory declaration for partner visa?
This declaration is sent as a part of partner visa application to the Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection.