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This link: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Citi...and-appeals/Guidelines-on-attaching-documents

suggests that if you are uploading your documents AFTER submitting the application, you can't submit PDF file format. Is that true?

I have some documents that can't be converted easily to JPG (PDFs with multiple pages in each of them). Can I directly upload the PDF?

I have already submitted my visa application and now in the stage of uploading documents. Any help will be much appreciated.

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This link: https://www.border.gov.au/Trav/Citi...and-appeals/Guidelines-on-attaching-documents

suggests that if you are uploading your documents AFTER submitting the application, you can't submit PDF file format. Is that true?

I have some documents that can't be converted easily to JPG (PDFs with multiple pages in each of them). Can I directly upload the PDF?

I have already submitted my visa application and now in the stage of uploading documents. Any help will be much appreciated.

Thanks.
Can you quote me where it says you can't upload pdf ? Only thing mentioned is
.pdf - Encrypted .pdf files cannot be accepted.
So, non encrypted files will be accepted.
 
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