How do I fill out Form 888?
Include details and facts, and explain important and relevant events and dates, which will make your declarations, history and relationship more convincing. Such as the below example. Proofread and make your declarations easy to understand. via
Is Form 888 compulsory?
Most people believe that form 888 is mandatorily required in relation to partner visa applications but this is not the case. It's only required in certain types of partner visa applications and particularly important when the visa applicant is in Australia and without a visa at all. via
Who can certify 888 form?
How is the Form 888 Certified? The Form 888s must also be certified by an authorised witness. People in various occupations can be authorised witnesses as per the Statutory Declarations Regulations 1993. Occupations include Police Officer, Solicitor, Barrister, Registered Nurse and Registered Migration Agents. via
What is the 888 form?
What is a Form 888? 888. Statutory declaration by a supporting witness. Warning: Under the Statutory Declarations Act 1959, people who intentionally make a false statement in a statutory declaration are liable for punishment of 4 years imprisonment. via
What can be used as proof of relationship?
The best proof of relationship is a certified copy of the civil or religious birth record of the person filing for benefits showing the parents' names. When the relationship involves a legally adopted child or the parent of a legally adopted child, the best proof is a certified copy of the decree or order of adoption. via
How do you write a letter to support a real relationship?
A description of how the relationship started and how you became aware of the relationship. A statement that, in your judgement, the couple is in a real, ongoing, genuine relationship based on your experience and knowledge. Your contact information in case the immigration officer requires further information. via
How do I prove my relationship is real and continuing?
How do you write a relationship statement?
What should I write in my partner visa application?
Can I certify my own documents?
You cannot witness or certify a document for yourself. For example: • you must not act as the witness for a statutory declaration or affidavit that you yourself are declaring, swearing or affirming, and • you must not certify a copy of your own original document, such as your own birth certificate. via
Who can certify documents?
List of people authorised to certify copies of original documents
Can a family member witness a statutory declaration?
10. Can an immediate family member witness my statutory declaration? If the family member falls within a class of persons authorised to witness a Commonwealth statutory declaration, the family member can witness your statutory declaration. via
Who can witness a statutory declaration?
Usually a witness can be anyone who: is 18 years or older. knows the person whose signature they are witnessing or has taken reasonable steps to verify their identity. isn't a party to the document. via