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Hi everyone, I'm from Philippines and just newly joined this forum to learn more about the process on how things goes well. Thank you.
 

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Hi everyone, I'm from Philippines and just newly joined this forum to learn more about the process on how things goes well. Thank you.
Which Visa are you going for ?
 

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Hello Lyn14 i am from philippines too. Welcome in this forum this forum is a big help to everyone who need help.....Good luck
 

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Which Visa are you going for ?
Thank you for that question, I just want to know about this prospect marriage visa. My Boyfriend is from South Australia and he do inquiries about this PMV. In my part, I want to know also what documents need to gather. Thank you once again.
 

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Thank you for that question, I just want to know about this prospect marriage visa. My Boyfriend is from South Australia and he do inquiries about this PMV. In my part, I want to know also what documents need to gather. Thank you once again.
When you begin the application, most of it is self explanatory, and you will complete what was the old paper based form 47SP, as part of the online application.

Your sponsor will do the same with the old Form 40SP, when he does the sponsor part. This can be done in the same IMMI account as yours.

You will need to get a new Birth Certificate and a CENOMAR from the PSA, and that must be sent direct to the Australian embassy, from the PSA.
The application does have instructions for that, with exactly what to put on the request form to the PSA. We did it in 2015, so can't recall it exactly now.

Two people need to complete form 888's, or similar, to confirm that they know of the existence of the relationship. That can often be the sponsors relatives. My sister and my daughter did them for us, as they had met my fiance on her first trip to Australia.

You also need to arrange a Notice of Intended Marriage form (NOIM), which can be done by most Australian Marriage Celebrants. The one you will use to do your marriage. If you set a date a year after application, you can always change it later, just make sure your Marriage Celebrant is aware of that possibility.

The rest is mainly proof that you know each other and have met at least once, but have had plenty of other contact.
The more proof should mean a faster processing time.
 
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