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Documents & Statutory Declaration - Skilled Visa

sj87

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Hi there, would like to enquire some of the doubts below for skilled migration visa 189:-

What kind of documents need to be certified? Is this including my resume, identity card/ID, passport copy, passport picture,birth cert, marriage cert,etc. What about payslips,bank statements?Anything else that i missed?

Also, i stumbled upon statutory declaration required for visa lodgement. Is this compulsory and how can i get this done and what am i required to prepare?

https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/visa/info


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MysticRiver

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What kind of documents need to be certified? Is this including my resume, identity card/ID, passport copy, passport picture,birth cert, marriage cert,etc. What about payslips,bank statements?Anything else that i missed?
If you must, it should be those documents that you received from others, your CV is not one of those.

Also, i stumbled upon statutory declaration required for visa lodgement. Is this compulsory and how can i get this done and what am i required to prepare?
I don't think you'd need that.
 

sj87

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If you must, it should be those documents that you received from others, your CV is not one of those.


I don't think you'd need that.



Thank you for your reply . Do u know if during skilled assessment stage, (for my case CPA)..for documents like tax form is required?Reason being is because my tax form need some translation. Thanks in advance
 
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