I am applying for an Australia visitor visa (subclass 600). There is a list of documents to attach to the application before submitting and paying, and then the ability to attach more documents after paying.
Before paying, the list is:
- Financial Capacity - Personal, Evidence of
- National Identity Document (other than Passport)
- Invitation, Evidence of
- Planned tourism activities, Evidence of
- Travel Document
- Travel history, Evidence of
My assumption was that this is sufficient for an application. However, I am surprised to see the absence of e.g. a photograph that other countries with similar visa requirements insist on (although a few of the identification documents have my photo on them).
After paying, there is an option to attach additional evidence, where a choice can be made from hundreds of documents, most of them irrelevant to me, e.g. Australian passport (I'm not Australian), UNHCR document, death certificate etc... I see that there is a space here to attach a photo, but is this necessary?
Should I scan every single item on this list looking for something that might possibly apply to me?