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Info Supporting documents with Form 80 / 1221

komalgupta

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Hi all,

I recently applied for a student visa for my PhD in Australia. After submitting the application, I uploaded the required documents as per the checklist (Passport, CoE, Health Insurance, GTE Statement, and my Resume). A few days later I received an "s56 Request for More Information" email from my CO asking for Details of intended study, Form 80 and Form 1221.

I have uploaded Form 80 and 1221 with all information in as much detail as possible. My question is, do I need to add supporting documents to prove what I have said in these forms? For example, I have provided details of tertiary education, but do I need to attach my degree certificate to prove my educational qualification even though that is not specifically asked in the Request Checklist? In addition, I am currently employed as an intern (working remotely) at a company in Australia. I had mentioned this in the application, and have mentioned it in both the forms as well as my resume. But do I need to attach the employment contract even though it hasn't been asked?
I wonder if providing information that hasn't been requested will delay the processing of my application. I think if they wanted to see my degree certificates and employment contract they could have asked for it in the Request Checklist, but they did not, so I don't need to attach these? I read the text on Form 80/1221 under 'Education' and 'Employment' sections and it didn't ask to attach any documents to support what I have mentioned. Will they reject my application based on incomplete information if I don't provide these documents?
 

mohsinciddiki

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MSA
2018-08-02
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261111
SC
189/190
Point
75/80
EOI
2018-08-17
Nom.
2018-11-11
Inv.
2018-11-11
App.
2018-12-22
CO
2019-03-27
PCC
2019-02-23
HC
2019-02-18
Grant
2019-06-03
IED
2020-02-20
Hi all,

I recently applied for a student visa for my PhD in Australia. After submitting the application, I uploaded the required documents as per the checklist (Passport, CoE, Health Insurance, GTE Statement, and my Resume). A few days later I received an "s56 Request for More Information" email from my CO asking for Details of intended study, Form 80 and Form 1221.

I have uploaded Form 80 and 1221 with all information in as much detail as possible. My question is, do I need to add supporting documents to prove what I have said in these forms? For example, I have provided details of tertiary education, but do I need to attach my degree certificate to prove my educational qualification even though that is not specifically asked in the Request Checklist? In addition, I am currently employed as an intern (working remotely) at a company in Australia. I had mentioned this in the application, and have mentioned it in both the forms as well as my resume. But do I need to attach the employment contract even though it hasn't been asked?
I wonder if providing information that hasn't been requested will delay the processing of my application. I think if they wanted to see my degree certificates and employment contract they could have asked for it in the Request Checklist, but they did not, so I don't need to attach these? I read the text on Form 80/1221 under 'Education' and 'Employment' sections and it didn't ask to attach any documents to support what I have mentioned. Will they reject my application based on incomplete information if I don't provide these documents?
Dont provide anything which is not asked even if it delays your process
 
MSA
2018-08-02
Skill
261111
SC
189/190
Point
75/80
EOI
2018-08-17
Nom.
2018-11-11
Inv.
2018-11-11
App.
2018-12-22
CO
2019-03-27
PCC
2019-02-23
HC
2019-02-18
Grant
2019-06-03
IED
2020-02-20
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