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WA Incorrect Wording of Answers - Will It Affect Partner Visa Application?

Discussion in 'Immigration Law Forum' started by joe72, 31 October 2015.

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  1. joe72

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    My wife submitted a partner visa 309 and I, the husband, helped her write out the application. I am also a authorised recipient in regards to her application. Some of the question on the application regarding relationship details and finacial aspects, ete., when we answered it the wording was written as if I was answering it. For example, I said my wife and I when I should had written my husband and I things like that. Would that affect the visa application? The answers were correct and true, just worded as if I'm am answering it.
     
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    Hi @joe72,

    Don't know if it would affect your prospects of succeeding in the application, but it may just make it confusing. If she is the one that is supposed to have signed it - then this may pose an issue if she is attesting to what is written in the application.
     
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    She can't write English; me being the spouse can't I help her fill out the application form? It said family members or spouse can assist.
     
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    Yes you can - but you should write it as if she is filling it out.
     

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