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Hi everyone !

well, we've just been allocated a case officer. So YEPEEE !!

BUT we've been requested further evidence of employment :

"Overseas Employment
Please provide further evidence of skilled employment in a skilled profession for a total of 8 out of the last 10 years (prior to your lodgement date of 30 August 2011). The evidence you
provide must cover the entire claimed period. Include as much of the following evidence as
possible:

- Employment contracts;
- Pay slips covering the period of claimed work experience;
- Social Security / Pension documents;
- Income Tax documents."


Well, we cannot afford to have all of these translated.

Therefore I would like to know, according to your individual experiences, which documents and how many (payslips, pension doc) did you send before having your visa granted ? What would be the minimum ?

Thanks a lot !!!
 
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You might have to find the money to get them translated!

You'll need every employment contract you have had in that period and pay slips or tax documents that cover the entire period showing you were employed for the whole time.
 

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That's OK for contracts and payslips.

What I meant is that other documents (such as pension doc) are redundants with the first ones. Are they absolutly necessary or could it be just fine with contracts and payslips ?
 
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DIAC suggests what documents to send but they are not always essential. If you can provide contracts and pay slips you should be fine. If you were lacking in those documents pension documents could make up the evidence.
 
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