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Hi,

DIBP site says both experience letter and reference letter from manager as proof.

I have got HR experience letter with responsibilities mentioned. Should i just submit that or i should think of acquiring a reference letter from manager also.

Also , i have misplaced my initial offer letter of my first employment but do have all other supporting documents. do you think DIBP could be fussy about offer letter in particular.

One more thing. can i submit visa pplication tdy and pay the money in couple of days or i need to pay right away when i submit my visa application.


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Hi prashant.aggarwal,

you have to pay the visa fee when you submit your application. Supporting documents for the 189/190/489 visas can only be uploaded once you've paid.

If you are unsure about the format of employment reference letters, refer to the ACS reference letter template. If you add your salary and work hours per week it fits the DIBP requirements exactly.

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