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Old 03-27-2019, 11:09 AM
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Partner/PMV Visa Celebrant

Hi Everyone,

I used this forum 6 years ago when my then boyfriend & I were applying for his PMV. We were successful and he has been living in Australia for 5.5 years now and we have just had our first child. I am now a registered marriage celebrant. If anyone is in need of a celebrant for help with the NOIM and a letter of support for their marriage and to conduct the marriage once your partner arrives in Australia please get in contact with me if you search for me under Weddingsbydanielleemily

I understand what you are going through with the immigration process and I would be happy to assist you, I have married many couples who have been successful in their visa applications.

All the best and goodluck to you all! I promise the wait is worth it!

Danielle


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Old 05-02-2019, 01:04 PM
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Hi Danielle

How’s it going please can you assist us with the filling of the partner Visa Application if yes please contact me Asap.
Thanks


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Hi Everyone,

I used this forum 6 years ago when my then boyfriend & I were applying for his PMV. We were successful and he has been living in Australia for 5.5 years now and we have just had our first child. I am now a registered marriage celebrant. If anyone is in need of a celebrant for help with the NOIM and a letter of support for their marriage and to conduct the marriage once your partner arrives in Australia please get in contact with me if you search for me under Weddingsbydanielleemily

I understand what you are going through with the immigration process and I would be happy to assist you, I have married many couples who have been successful in their visa applications.

All the best and goodluck to you all! I promise the wait is worth it!

Danielle
Great to know, thanks


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