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Australian Consulate Interview - Bringing my fiance with me

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Hi all, i'll be having my interview on the 26th of march. My Fiance will be in Australia on the date and has interest in joining me in the interview.

I've read that it is possible, but what is the proper way to inform the consulate of this? I know you must give at least a 2 week notice.

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Definitely possible. There was a couple there when I was interviewed last Tuesday. I am not sure how they went about it. I know email is the preferred option in general to communicate with the Consulate. Maybe email? Unless someone else comes back with something more concrete :) Congrats on your interview date!



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