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Old 01-24-2015, 06:42 AM
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change of passport details

Hi everyone. I renewed my passport using my husbands last name, and im planning to update the immigration for my change passport details, but i have some questions in mind.

1. Can i update it online though i don't applied my partner 820 online and i will just make an immi account? Or i need to update it by post?

2. In form '929 change of address and/or passport details', im confused with the 'name as it appears in passport' do i need to put my middle name? And write it by given name, middle name, and family name?

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Medicals: Not neccessary as completed for PMV
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You need to write the name that appears in your Passport. This is the way they identify you.

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Old 02-20-2015, 06:39 AM
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Hi, I also have a question regarding passports.

DIBP said it's okay to use the passport as long as it's valid upon entering Australia, but the Philippines won't let a person travel if it's less than 6 months valid.. What if PMV is granted in less than 6 months prior to the passport's expiration?


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You need to renew your passport if its less than six months, and inform the immigration about the changes on ur passport

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Visa #2: Subclass 820 (From PMV 300)
Nationality: Filipino from Philippines
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Application Date: 12 August 2014
Police Checks: Not neccessary as completed for PMV
Medicals: Not neccessary as completed for PMV
VISA GRANTED: 14 August 2014

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