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Old Jun 9th 2002, 1:39 pm
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Hello again!
Does anybody think that it is worth submitting a copy of my CV and photocopies of certificates in a PR visa application? I know that it is not a requirment, but would it help, or will they ignore it?

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izzy i think you have to sibmit your cv dont you?...doesnt it ask for it?
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I think it only asks for the CV if you are doing the Skills Matching thing. We are.
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You should submit everything you sent for your skills asses. - plus all the other goodies asked for. It's all in the guidelines.
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You must re-submit everything you sent with your qualification assesment. DIMIA has
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You must re-submit everything you sent with your qualification assesment. DIMIA has
to make up their own mind about your experience, so they need the CV.

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Oh, yes it is.

Refer to the checklist at Page 19 of your Application form 47SK.


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I know that it is not a requirment, but would it help, or will they ignore it?
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I don't have form 47SP with my visa pack - are you referring to the skilled immigration pack? I am completing the permanent visa forms, so do I still need to submit a CV?
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Yes, I'm talking about form 47SK, for Skilled Migration.

You didn't mention which stream of migration you are applying under. "Permanent Visa" include visas granted under the Skilled Migration stream.

So, which stream are you applying for?

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I don't have form 47SP with my visa pack - are you referring to the skilled immigration pack? I am completing the permanent visa forms, so do I still need to submit a CV?
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Dear Peter,
I am applying under the dependant partner
stream.
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