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Old 05-31-2014, 08:09 AM
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Megz yes she rang then prior to the appointment, if I recall they do different countries different days as the different visas require different medical testing.


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have a look under Australian Visa on the St Luke's page it will guide you through the steps. It says no appointment but it is good to phone them.


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Megz yes she rang then prior to the appointment, if I recall they do different countries different days as the different visas require different medical testing.
Thank you for your help! Let us know what are your updates with your PMV.


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Old 05-31-2014, 08:32 AM
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Sure will just looking at Medicare stuff now hopefully we get some good news next couple of months fingers crossed, our big plan we togther here in Australia for Christmas, I have been in Phils for last 3 Christmass


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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 they state any reason why they needed the baptismal and the school records? I was just wondering why did they need it or if we are meant to have it with the application.


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Sure will just looking at Medicare stuff now hopefully we get some good news next couple of months fingers crossed, our big plan we togther here in Australia for Christmas, I have been in Phils for last 3 Christmass
Yay lucky you! I have been in Australia for last 2 Christmas. Weather is crazy though, been very hot. Havent experience winter there, i bet il be freezing lol I am sure she will get there by this year, that's no doubt. Id say, advance congratulations!


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Thanks Megz, she was here last year for 3 months, just to have a taste of Australian life etc, and really enjoyed it was a little cool here too but not winter first week she was freezing hahha, they actually work off a slightly different check list at VIA centre when you submit your application, but the requests were different because as a baby my fiancee was late to be recorded, which is not unusual back then in the smaller islands. thanks for the advance congratulations and the same for you guys too


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Hi there,
I just lodged my partner visa application from UK, my husband is an Aussie. I think you will need to prove you are financially stable as he is your sponsor. My husband is my sponsor and they want him to prove 2 years of working and also want to state how much money we have (in all assets, joint account etc..). We hired an immigration agent to make this process more smooth and to be certain we have everything in order and the correct documents. Just lodged it and waiting now. Should take between 2 to 6 months in UK is what I hear. Good luck to you and with your application. As long as you can prove where you going to live and if you have jobs you should be OK. Have a joint bank account if you can and if you live together then both of your names on the bills.. Kind regards


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Hi there,
I just lodged my partner visa application from UK, my husband is an Aussie. I think you will need to prove you are financially stable as he is your sponsor. My husband is my sponsor and they want him to prove 2 years of working and also want to state how much money we have (in all assets, joint account etc..). We hired an immigration agent to make this process more smooth and to be certain we have everything in order and the correct documents. Just lodged it and waiting now. Should take between 2 to 6 months in UK is what I hear. Good luck to you and with your application. As long as you can prove where you going to live and if you have jobs you should be OK. Have a joint bank account if you can and if you live together then both of your names on the bills.. Kind regards

Hi Angel,

I think that is one of the flaws that we are looking at. He doesnt have a stable job and he didnt earn much for the past 2 years. I cant consider his job right now as stable since it is under traineeship. We have joint account though but we recently opened it after we got monetary presents from our engagement dinner.. We will be living with his parents until we save on our own house etc. According to Mark, one of the migration agents here on this site, he said providing financial and accommodation help from his parents are big help to strengthen our case even if he doesnt have a lot of money.

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Hi Ladies, where I am lucky I have been in the same government employment for over 18 years, which adds a little weight, for continuity etc, proof of income, commitment, integrity etc: and Mark is right if your partners parents are going to assist you both that's fantastic and should assist your application, my partner and I do not have joint bank accounts as such yest because she was just here for 3 months, but soon as visa is approved we will be doing all that. Angel if you can prove sponsor and sponsors parents will assist ( provide a letter / stat dec from sponsors parents) am sure it will be ok. I can tell by what you write here you guys have discussed your financial situation and how you will overcome this, and provide for your future make sure that is also documented in your application


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