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Is a Statutory Declaration enough supporting evidence for special consideration?

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Is a Statutory Declaration enough supporting evidence for special consideration?

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No. You need supporting documentation or proof of your circumstances. Think about who knows your situation and can provide you with evidence. Medical practitioners, clergy, private psychologists, social workers or psychiatrists, community health workers, lawyers and police can write letters or supply proof, copies of documents such as a death certificate, bereavement notices, etc.

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No. You need supporting documentation or proof of your circumstances. Think about who knows your situation and can provide you with evidence. Medical practitioners, clergy, private psychologists, social workers or psychiatrists, community health workers, lawyers and police can write letters or supply proof, copies of documents such as a death certificate, bereavement notices, etc.

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