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Old 05-29-2014, 02:44 AM
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No not approved yet, we submitted ours 09/01/2104 @ Via Centre Manila, all documents together including Police and Medical ( to make ready application) so just been over 4 months now they did contact us for additional information (baptism and school records) for my partner, but not heard anything else to date, just waiting patiently

Did she have the medical checks before submitting the application? I thought it could be done after lodging the application because that is the time they will give the HAP ID for health checks.


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Hi Jhosie,

I havent lodged my PMV yet. We are currently saving for the visa charge and currently preparing stuff as well. We are planning to lodge it this August or early September..

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yeh we are the same line megz visa cost a lot of money


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Old 05-29-2014, 02:52 AM
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Yes they need to be true and certified, stamped and signed, when all our paper work together we took them to the local council building had them certified, I believe you can also have them certified at the VIA centre in Manila for a fee. In the visa application it will tell you what documents need to be certified.
Start reading so you can slowly gather the documents and not be in a mad rush use the checklist > http://www.immi.gov.au/migrants/_pdf/300-checklist.pdf

It is important to read and understand all this, then you will know exactly what you need to be successful po
hi marymar im jhosie from phils too


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yeh we are the same line megz visa cost a lot of money
Yes and it's stressful lol have to invest a lot of time to process all the papers and wait for at least 6 months.


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Yes they need to be true and certified, stamped and signed, when all our paper work together we took them to the local council building had them certified, I believe you can also have them certified at the VIA centre in Manila for a fee. In the visa application it will tell you what documents need to be certified.
Start reading so you can slowly gather the documents and not be in a mad rush use the checklist > http://www.immi.gov.au/migrants/_pdf/300-checklist.pdf

It is important to read and understand all this, then you will know exactly what you need to be successful po
hi again marymar did u lodge your birth n cenomar together coz the officer ask the applicant when.to lodgr it


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Yes they need to be true and certified, stamped and signed, when all our paper work together we took them to the local council building had them certified, I believe you can also have them certified at the VIA centre in Manila for a fee. In the visa application it will tell you what documents need to be certified.
Start reading so you can slowly gather the documents and not be in a mad rush use the checklist > http://www.immi.gov.au/migrants/_pdf/300-checklist.pdf

It is important to read and understand all this, then you will know exactly what you need to be successful po
Yeah actually, since I met my fiance last 2012, i have been reading all the forms and booklets of the immigration. Then it was approx 2068 AUD. Then it went up to 2680 then now to 3085. Normally it goes up by July of every year. So hopefully it wont this year and stay as 3000ish. I am also aware of the papers needed, I just thought those certified docs they require, I can send them the original or just a photocopy.


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Yes and it's stressful lol have to invest a lot of time to process all the papers and wait for at least 6 months.
u said that your fiance is in.south australia where he living mine is in adelaide


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u said that your fiance is in.south australia where he living mine is in adelaide
Yes He is from Salisbury North. Have you been to Aus yet?


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Yeah actually, since I met my fiance last 2012, i have been reading all the forms and booklets of the immigration. Then it was approx 2068 AUD. Then it went up to 2680 then now to 3085. Normally it goes up by July of every year. So hopefully it wont this year and stay as 3000ish. I am also aware of the papers needed, I just thought those certified docs they require, I can send them the original or just a photocopy.[/QUO
Are walk in megz i think we just pass the certified one in the via centre


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No not approved yet, we submitted ours 09/01/2104 @ Via Centre Manila, all documents together including Police and Medical ( to make ready application) so just been over 4 months now they did contact us for additional information (baptism and school records) for my partner, but not heard anything else to date, just waiting patiently
Oh, so they require baptismal certificate and school records? What are the school records they require?


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