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What documents or evidence do I need to provide when applying for a VISA?


The different types of documents or evidence needing to be provided to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship differ depending on the type of visa sub-class being applied for. Generally, documents relating to the good health and character of the applicant are required to be produced and annexed to the visa application, along with any further documentation prescribed by the migration regulations.

The law surrounding immigration and visas is convoluted and can be extremely confusing. Making sure that an application addresses all the relevant matters required by the law and includes all the prescribed documentation is crucial to the success of your visa application. Our Migration Lawyers provide quality and expert immigration and visa advice. Contact our office to arrange a free appointment with a qualified Migration Lawyer today.

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