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I have been asked to submit a bank statement, I have actually printed it out already, its 85 pages, do we need to get all that certified, Wespac bank had never done that for anybody, that is what the bank officers were saying.
Also the files we can attached are not as big as it used to be, it was 5 MB now its 500 KB and only JPEG format.
It is the first time. I has been a week I am trying to get the list of documents they requested ready, CO is MVP.
Did you send the statement for 2 years? does it need to be certified? from the bank? it is 85 pages, am with Westpac bank, the system doesn't have an option to search for only the salary payments transactions or the rent pay, it has to be the whole two years.
Last edited by engfarrag; 29-01-2014 at 06:54 AM.
As far as seen on the following link it is still the same. (Can be in any common format up to 5MB/file x 60 files.)
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What you can attach
Citizenship is only able to accept the documents in JPG file formats.
The following table details the size and allowable formats of files you are able to attach to the eVisa system.
Form type Maximum number of files Maximum size each file Formats allowed Primary applicant 60 500KB .JPG format only Dependants 60 500KB .JPG format only Photos 5 500KB .JPG format only
HI Mate, you are reading the wrong thing, you are reading the way to attach documents for CITIZENSHIP
to attach document for your General Skilled Migration Application - 887 please see below link -
Expand, Guidelines on attaching documents to an online application
that will give you below application -
This information offers you guidance in attaching documents to your online visa application. You can attach documents once you have submitted and paid for your application, until it is finalised by the us.
Please check the relevant document checklist for the subclass you are applying for to see which documents to attach to your application.
Note: Only attach copies of your passport pages if we have requested you to do so, or if your passport information is different from that entered into your online application.
File naming tips
When naming your files to be attached to an online application only use numbers 0–9 and letters A–Z (upper and lower case), dashes '–' and underscores '_'.
You must avoid using spaces ' ', periods '.', ampersand '&', hash '#', star '*', exclamation marks '!', quotations ‘’ "" and any other character that is not a letter, a number, a dash or an underscore.
We are not able to accept files that have been compressed. A compressed file is a container for documents, programs or other files that have been packaged together and reduced in size.
A common example is files compressed using WinZip® with a ‘.zip’ file extension. If the document you are attempting to attach is too large we recommend that you create a PDF document.
What can you attach?
We are able to accept the following file formats up to 5 MB in size:
Extension File type .BMP Bitmap image file .DOC Microsoft Word 2002 or older document .DOCX Microsoft Word 2007 document .DOT Microsoft Word 2003 template .GIF Graphics Interchange Format image or graphics file .JPG JPEG image file Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format file .PPT Microsoft PowerPoint presentation document .RTF Rich Text Format document .TXT Text file .XLS Microsoft Excel spreadsheet document
The following table details the maximum number of files you are able to attach to each online application.
Application type Maximum number of files ENS/RSMS
eVisitor 30 Partner 60 per applicant Resident Return 30 Skilled Migration 60 Student 30 Temporary Work (Short Stay) 60 per applicant Visitor 30 Temporary Work (Skilled) visa 457
60 per applicant
Working Holiday 30
Tips for reducing file size
The following table contains tips for reducing the size of your attachments:
Extension File type Tip to reduce file size .BMP Bitmap image Use a freeware graphics program to convert .BMP files to .JPG files. .DOC Word document Remove unnecessary images, formatting and macros. Save the file as a Word 5.0/95 version. If the file is still too large, create a PDF document.
.DOCX Word 2007 document Remove unnecessary images, formatting and macros. If the file is still too large, create a PDF document.
.DOT Word template Remove unnecessary images and macros. If template functionality is not necessary, save the file as a .DOC or .RTF file. .GIF GIF image Reduce the file size of a .GIF image by setting the resolution to 96 DPI (dots per inch). .JPG JPG image Reduce the file size of a .JPG image by setting the resolution to 96 DPI (dots per inch). Portable document format Reduce the file size of a .PDF document by:
- Recreating the PDF with Distiller set to 'lowest file size'.
- Ensuring that all images in the PDF are set to 96 DPI.
.PPT PowerPoint Save the file as a RTF or DOC file or create a PDF document.
.RTF Rich text format Remove any unnecessary graphics, links or formatting. .TXT Text file If a bare text file is over 500 kB, it will be physically too long to be useful. Consider splitting the document into more useful parts or removing unnecessary data. .XLS Excel Spreadsheet Remove unnecessary images and macros. Save the file as an Excel 5.0/95 version.
http://www.immi.gov.au/Services/Page...plication.aspx) so that it can expand to show the right info.
Last edited by southerncrossfj; 29-01-2014 at 11:52 AM.