澳洲签证申请补料信样本

澳洲签证申请在线提交并贴附相关申请材料后,移民局会进行审核,如有文件缺失或者不足,将通过电子邮件通知申请人补交材料,会分别列明需要哪些材料以及材料的要求

REQUEST CHECKLIST AND DETAILS

Please provide the following documentation, information or action to process your application for a Skilled Independent (Permanent) (class SI) Skilled - Independent (subclass 189) visa.

All forms are available on the department’s website at www.immi.gov.au/allforms

If you are sending documents by mail or courier please do not send original documents unless requested to do so.

If you do not provide the information sought within time, or the information is unsatisfactory, your application may be decided based on the available information.

Request Checklist for XXX
Date of Birth XXX
Client ID XXX
Application ID XXX

Please see the attached “Request Detail”, which provides a detailed explanation relating to the checklist item(s) listed below.

Police clearance certificates - CHINA
Evidence of employment at XXX

Request Checklist for XXX
Date of Birth XXX
Client ID XXX
Application ID XXX

Please see the attached “Request Detail”, which provides a detailed explanation relating to the checklist item(s) listed below.

Police clearance certificates - China

The information provided below explains the requirements relating to the checklist item(s) listed above.

#Request Detail

Police Certificates

If you are 16 years of age or over and your stay in Australia is for 12 months or more, you must meet the character requirement. You must provide an original police certificate from each country where you have lived for a total of 12 months or more in the last 10 years.

These 12 months are calculated cumulatively and need not have been consecutive. Country-(http://www.immi.gov.au/Help/) specific instructions on how to obtain a police certificate are at www.immi.gov.au/Help/Pages/character-police/requirements.aspx.

Please provide a receipt for your police certificate and advise the department of the expected turnaround time.

If you are unable to obtain an offshore police certificate please provide evidence that you have made a genuine attempt to obtain the relevant certificate. This can include:

  • A copy of your original request for the certificate;

  • Copies of any responses received;

  • Copies of follow up requests if you did not receive a response;

  • Copies of emails or letters to relatives/friends to obtain the certificate on your behalf;

  • Evidence that you have provided all the required identity details or documents;

  • Evidence that you have paid the fee charged by the relevant authorities.

    Failure to provide evidence that you have made a genuine attempt to obtain a certificate may delay processing of your application.

    Evidence of employment

    Please provide evidence of your claimed period of employment prior to the date of invitation. Evidence can include, but are not limited to:

  • employment references

  • contracts

  • pay slips

  • tax returns

  • group certificates

  • superannuation information

    Employment references should meet the following requirements:

  • A reference should be on the official letterhead of the company providing the reference.

  • The letterhead should indicate clearly the full address of the company and any phone numbers, fax numbers, emails and website addresses.

  • The name and position of the person authorised to sign the reference should be typed or stamped below that person’s signature - a reference with only an illegible signature will not be accepted.

  • The direct contact number of the person writing the reference should be included in the letter.

  • The letter should indicate the exact period of employment, position(s) held including whether permanent or temporary, full or part time, the main five (5) duties undertaken, and the salary earned - position(s) should not be described by generic title(s) (for example, research officer, public servant), but according to the nature of the duties undertaken (for example, research chemist, accounts clerk).

    Providing documents

    If you lodged your application online you may log back into your account at any time and attach further documents. Please ensure that all original documents are scanned in high quality and colour.

    Do not send us original documents unless we ask you for them. If you send copies of your documents, ensure that they are certified copies.

    If you provide us with fraudulent documents or claims, this may result in processing delays and possibly your application being refused.

    Translating your documents

    Documents in languages other than English should be accompanied by an English translation. The English translations must be official certified translations from a National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) accredited translator. Translations provided by non-accredited translators outside Australia should be endorsed by the translator with their full name, address, telephone number, and details of their qualifications and experience in the language being translated.

    Certified copies

    For the purposes of the migration legislation, a document is to be certified in writing as a true copy of the original document by:

    if the copy is certified in Australia:

  • a Justice of the Peace; or

  • a Commissioner for Declarations; or

  • a person before whom a statutory declaration may be made under the Statutory Declarations Act 1959 (for example a nurse, legal practitioner, medical practitioner, pharmacist or dentist); or

  • a registered migration agent (whose registration is not suspended or subject to a caution).

    if the copy is certified outside Australia:

  • a person who is the equivalent of a Justice of the Peace or Commissioner for Declarations in that place (for example a public notary); or

  • a registered migration agent (whose registration is not suspended or subject to a caution).

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