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Hi everyone, So we feel like a spanner has been thrown in the works but like I like to remind myself, we can't be the first ones to experience this! My husband did his mandatory one year service in the South African defence force. We have lodged our EOI and we've just started filling in our Form 80 forms for our 189 visa. We've since been told "noticed that you served in the SA military, for the time that you were in the military we need to submit evidence of military service, such as your discharge papers listing service time periods, rank, force number and weapon training including specialised weapon training if applicable." Can anyone that's been through this offer any advice on how to obtain this document? Thanks so much! Nastasha
This was posted by sn agent on Aussikanners. Maybe one of the agents here can ratify this. [26/10/2013 13:37] Police checks: if you do not have the actual certificate at time of lodging your visa application, you MUST attach evidence that it has been requested, otherwise the time of application criteria is not satisfied & your visa can be refused. Federal court decision of Anand v Minister for Immigration & Citizenship  FCA 1050 (16 October 2013)