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Form 80 PDF: How to Download and Fill Out the Personal Particulars Form


What is Form 80 and How to Download It




If you are applying for a visa to travel to Australia, you may be asked to provide a completed Form 80 as part of your application. Form 80 is a document that collects personal information about you for assessment purposes, including your character assessment. In this article, we will explain what Form 80 is, what information you need to provide in it, and how to download it from the Department of Home Affairs website.




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Introduction




Form 80 is a document that requests extensive disclosure of a wide range of personal information about you, including your family members, education history, employment history, residential and travel records. The purpose of Form 80 is to help the Department of Home Affairs (the Department) assess your eligibility for a visa to travel to, enter and remain in Australia and determine whether you meet the character requirements set out in the migration regulations.


Form 80 is not mandatory for all visa applications. However, you may be asked to provide it by the Department or by your migration agent if they need more information about your personal background. You may also choose to provide it voluntarily if you think it will support your visa application. You should complete Form 80 in English and attach it to your visa application form.


You can download Form 80 from the Department's website at . You can either type in the fields provided or print the form and complete it using a pen and block letters. You should also also sign and date the form and attach two recent passport-sized photographs of yourself with your name and date of birth written on the back.


What Information Do You Need to Provide in Form 80




Form 80 consists of 20 parts, from Part A to Part T. Each part asks for different types of information about you and your personal circumstances. You should answer all the questions in each part truthfully and accurately. If you need more space to provide additional information or explanations, you can use Part T or attach a separate sheet of paper. You should also indicate the part and question number that you are referring to.


Here is a brief overview of what each part of Form 80 requires you to provide:


Part A Applicant details




This part asks for your personal details, such as your name, date of birth, citizenship, passport number, gender, marital status, etc. You should also provide details of any other names that you have used or are known by, such as aliases, maiden name, previous married name, etc.


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Part B Contact details




This part asks for your current and previous residential addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, etc. You should provide your current address and contact details as well as the addresses and contact details of all the places where you have lived for more than 12 months in the last 10 years.


Part C Identity documents




This part asks for details of your identity documents, such as your birth certificate, national identity card, driver's license, etc. You should provide the document number, date of issue, place of issue, and expiry date (if applicable) of each document. You should also indicate whether you have attached a certified copy of each document to your visa application.


Part D Family members




This part asks for details of your family members, such as your spouse/partner, children, parents, siblings, etc. You should provide their full name, date of birth, citizenship, relationship to you, current address and contact details, and whether they are included in your visa application or not. You should also indicate whether they have ever applied for or been granted a visa to Australia or any other country.


Part E Education




This part asks for details of your tertiary education and qualifications. You should provide the name and address of the institution where you studied, the course name and duration, the qualification obtained or expected, and the date of completion or expected completion. You should also indicate whether you have attached a certified copy of your academic transcript or certificate to your visa application.


Part F Employment




This part asks for details of your current and previous employment history. You should provide the name and address of your employer or business, the nature of your work or business activity, the position held or occupation performed, the period of employment or business activity, and the reason for leaving or changing jobs or businesses. You should also indicate whether you have attached a certified copy of your employment reference letter or contract to your visa application.


Part G Countries visited




This part asks for details of the countries that you have visited in the last 10 years. You should provide the name of the country, the purpose of visit, the date of arrival and departure, and whether you have ever been refused entry or deported from any country.


Part H Military service




This part asks for details of your military service, if any. You should provide the name and address of the military organization that you served in, the rank held or service number assigned, the period of service, and whether you have ever been discharged or dismissed from any military service.


Part I Migration agent details




This part asks for details of your migration agent, if any. You should provide their full name, registration number (if applicable), address and contact details, and whether they have prepared Form 80 on your behalf or not.


Part J Visa application details




This part asks for details of your visa application for Australia. You should provide the visa subclass that you are applying for (e.g., skilled migration visa), the date that you lodged your visa application (or intend to lodge it), the office where you lodged your visa application (or intend to lodge it), and whether you have ever applied for or been granted a visa to Australia before.


Part K Character assessment




This part asks a series of questions related to your character assessment. These questions cover topics such as criminal convictions, associations with criminal or terrorist organizations, involvement in war crimes or human rights violations, etc. You should answer each question honestly and provide details of any relevant circumstances or events. You should also indicate whether you have attached any supporting documents, such as police clearance certificates, court documents, etc., to your visa application.


Part L Australian values statement




This part asks you to declare that you understand and respect Australian values and laws. Australian values include respect for the freedom and dignity of the individual, equality of men and women, freedom of religion, commitment to the rule of law, parliamentary democracy, a spirit of egalitarianism, mutual respect, compassion for those in need, and a fair go for all. You should read the Australian values statement carefully and tick the box to indicate your agreement.


Part M Declaration by applicant




This part asks you to declare that the information that you have provided in Form 80 is true and correct. You should also acknowledge that giving false or misleading information or documents is a serious offence and may result in your visa application being refused or cancelled. You should read the declaration carefully and tick the box to indicate your agreement.


Part N Signature and date by applicant




This part asks you to sign and date Form 80. You should sign the form using a pen and write the date in the format of day/month/year. If you are under 18 years of age, your parent or guardian should sign and date the form on your behalf.


Part O Consent to communicate electronically (optional)




This part asks you to consent to receive electronic communications from the Department regarding your visa application. Electronic communications include emails, SMS messages, online messages, etc. You should provide your email address and phone number and tick the box to indicate your consent. You can also withdraw your consent at any time by notifying the Department in writing.


Part P Consent to disclose personal information (optional)




This part asks you to consent to disclose your personal information to third parties who are involved in or related to your visa application. Third parties include migration agents, employers, sponsors, nominators, education providers, health service providers, etc. You should provide the name and address of each third party and tick the box to indicate your consent. You can also withdraw your consent at any time by notifying the Department in writing.


Part Q Photographs (optional)




This part asks you to attach two recent passport-sized photographs of yourself to Form 80. The photographs should be taken within the last six months and show your full face against a plain background. You should write your name and date of birth on the back of each photograph using a pen.


Part R Checklist




This part provides a checklist of documents and information that you need to complete Form 80. You should review the checklist carefully and ensure that you have attached all the required documents and information to your visa application. You should also keep a copy of Form 80 and all the attachments for your own records.


Part S Where to send this form




This part provides instructions on where to send Form 80 depending on the type of visa application that you are making. You should follow the instructions carefully and send Form 80 to the appropriate address or office along with your visa application form and other supporting documents.


Part T Additional information




This part provides additional space for you to provide more information or explanations for any questions in Form 80 that you have not answered fully or clearly in the previous parts. You should indicate the part and question number that you are referring to and write clearly using a pen or type in the fields provided.


Conclusion




Form 80 is a document that collects personal information about you for assessment purposes, including your character assessment. It is not mandatory for all visa applications, but you may be asked to provide it by the Department or by your migration agent if they need more information about your personal background. You can download Form 80 from the Department's website and complete it in English using a pen or type in the fields provided. You should also sign and date the form and attach two recent passport-sized photographs of yourself with your name and date of birth written on the back. You should answer all the questions in Form 80 truthfully and accurately and attach any supporting documents as required. You should also review the checklist carefully and ensure that you have attached all the required documents and information to your visa application. You should then send Form 80 to the appropriate address or office along with your visa application form and other supporting documents.


FAQs




  • Q: How long does it take to complete Form 80?</ A: The time it takes to complete Form 80 depends on how much information you need to provide and how quickly you can gather the required documents. However, you should allow at least a few hours to complete Form 80 thoroughly and accurately.



Q: Do I need to provide certified copies of my documents?


  • A: Yes, you need to provide certified copies of your documents, such as your birth certificate, passport, academic transcript, etc., unless otherwise specified by the Department. A certified copy is a copy of an original document that has been verified as a true copy by an authorized person, such as a justice of the peace, a notary public, a lawyer, etc. You should not send original documents unless the Department requests them.



Q: What if I make a mistake or need to update my information in Form 80?


  • A: If you make a mistake or need to update your information in Form 80, you should notify the Department as soon as possible and provide the correct or updated information in writing. You should also indicate the part and question number that you are referring to and attach any supporting documents as required. You should not submit a new Form 80 unless the Department asks you to do so.



Q: How can I check the status of my visa application after submitting Form 80?


  • A: You can check the status of your visa application online using the Department's website at . You will need your Transaction Reference Number (TRN) or Application ID to access your visa application status. You can also contact the Department by phone, email, or post using the contact details provided on their website.



Q: Where can I get more information or assistance with completing Form 80?


  • A: You can get more information or assistance with completing Form 80 from the Department's website at . You can also consult a registered migration agent who can help you with your visa application and Form 80. However, you should be aware that migration agents charge fees for their services and are not affiliated with the Department.





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