Form 888 is used while applying for partner or prospective marriage visa application. Information provided in Form 888 along with some other information is used by the Australian Home department to assess the the social aspects of the claimed relationship.
The statements be provided in the form 888 are in the form of statutory declarations. You may use this form, or alternatively, you may use the statutory declaration template, which is available on the Attorney-General’s Department website at www.ag.gov.au/pages/default.aspx.
This form 888 must be completed by a person who:
- knows the visa applicant and their partner or fiancé(e) and the history of their relationship;
- is at least 18 years of age; and
- is an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident.
Note: If the visa applicant is outside Australia and is unable to have an Australian citizen or Australian permanent resident complete this form 888, any person who knows the applicant and their partner or fiancé(e) may also complete this form.
The person completing this form 888 must provide evidence of their current name, age and, where applicable, Australian citizenship or Australian permanent residency (for example, a certified copy of the birth certificate, Australian passport or passport containing a permanent visa). All copies must be certified. Note: You may be asked to submit up to 3 separate declarations during the processing of the visa application.Download PDF of Form 888 from immi.homeaffairs.gov.au using the direct download link given below.