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You put the printed out application form and Appendix 2 with the original documents. They don't need copies, but you should keep them for your record.
Just put a sheet on the top of each bundle labelled Originals and Copies.

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If you are submitting extra sheets with explanations on would you generally put these all at the front with sponsor letter etc, or elsewhere?

For instance, financial calculation explanation/spreadsheet - best to insert into the actual application form at section 7, put on top with sponsor letter or put with payslips/bank statements?

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Put with supporting documents, so that as they look at your payslips and bank statement, they will see your explanatory sheet or spreadsheet.
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Thanks Joppa, much obliged.
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Thanks very clear instructions!

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latest sequence - application form plus relavent appendices, english language evidence, relationship docs, maintenance docs, accommodation docs

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As I said, it isn't that important, provided they can find what they are looking for.

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I'm sorry--I'm trying to clarify what I've seen here. I am sending in the EEA2 application (family member of a qualified person route). Do I need to send two complete packets--one set of originals, one set of copies? Or can I just send the originals and keep the copies for myself? Finally, will we get the original documents back? We are sending the original copy of our lease, job contracts, etc.--and while we will make a copy in case they're lost, we do want those back for legal reasons. Thanks!

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If you want your originals back, send a complete set of copies as well. Some people have had all their original documents returned without sending in copies, but they do reserve the right to hang on to originals if no copy is attached.

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