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Hello,

I've got my interview coming up in just under 2 weeks (whoop whoop :dance: ) and have been reading through various posts to see if theres anything I might have forgotten. One thing that cropped up a couple of times were issues with the letter of intent. I've read that a couple of people were told that there letters were too old. I think the ones I've got me and my fiancee did at the very start of the process so they're probably dated some time last year! Should I knock off a couple of new ones? And also do these need to be notarised? The originals weren't but I've read that some people had theres done? (might of been for a different visa? mines the K1).

Anything else I might have forgotten for the interview? I've got:

-police checks (x2 :wacko: )

-birth certs (short and long)

-all her stuff, birth cert, tax forms, letter from her bank and employee

-all the gubbins from when we first applied, evidence of a relationship etc

-copies of all the forms

-x2 photos (do i need x3?)

Think thats about it.

Cheers

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hey stan!

you seem pretty much covered to me. :thumbs:

i had my interview tuesday and from my experience all she looked at and kept copies of was the police cert, birth certificates, tax documents, letter from his employer and she took the passport photos.

i was not asked for a letter of intent although my other half did send me a new one. not notarised just up to date.

do make sure all your documents are photocopied as they do request to see the original and the photocopy which they keep.

it was quick and painless to be honest except the waiting in between call-ups.

it was over just like that. i even asked if that was it at the end. lol

good luck :thumbs:

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Hello,

I've got my interview coming up in just under 2 weeks (whoop whoop :dance: ) and have been reading through various posts to see if theres anything I might have forgotten. One thing that cropped up a couple of times were issues with the letter of intent. I've read that a couple of people were told that there letters were too old. I think the ones I've got me and my fiancee did at the very start of the process so they're probably dated some time last year! Should I knock off a couple of new ones? And also do these need to be notarised? The originals weren't but I've read that some people had theres done? (might of been for a different visa? mines the K1).

Anything else I might have forgotten for the interview? I've got:

-police checks (x2 :wacko: )

-birth certs (short and long)

-all her stuff, birth cert, tax forms, letter from her bank and employee

-all the gubbins from when we first applied, evidence of a relationship etc

-copies of all the forms

-x2 photos (do i need x3?)

Think thats about it.

Cheers

You may want to take photocopies of original docs such as birth certificates then they will keep the photocopies and not the originals, we did new letter of intents but they didnt ask for them at interview.


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My understanding is that they want an updated letter of intent if your original NOA2 validity period has expired, i.e. more than 4 months since NOA2 was issued. Of course, its always better to be safe than sorry.

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we completely forgot about the updated letter of intent :blush:

luckily, so did they :D

yes, the basic documents seem to be all that's required these days... haven't heard of anyone being asked for anything that wasn't on the list for quite some time :)

of course, that doesn't mean you don't want to be prepared... it's fun finding that balance between 'being personally responsible for the clearing of 7.34 square miles of virgin rainforest' and 'not having something they ask for' ;)


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