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Old 08-20-2013, 02:58 PM
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Hi All,

I am about to file my 820 next month. I am happy that most likely it will be approved.

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Hi Angelique -

Sounds great! Some quick tips, especially as you're from the Philippines and they have some unique requirements:

* Don't forget you need at least 2 Form 888's from Australian citizens or permanent residents, dated no more than 6 weeks before you lodge.
* Philippines has its own special requirements, including that you have the CENOMAR certificate and birth certificate sent directly from the NSO to the DIAC office at the embassy
* As noted in another thread, as of 1 July all onshore partner visa applications must be sent by post or courier, cannot be hand delivered

Hope this helps, and good luck with your application!

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Hi Mark,

Sorry it is just now that I replied back to your response. I forgot to tell everyone that I am in Victoria now, onshore application and I got granted with my Bridging Visa A for a day that was fast but needs to get a Bridging Visa B to visit Manila.

Mark, how long do you think will it take for me to get my Bridging Visa B granted? Hope it will be sooner that 3 weeks and sorry I have another question, I intend to renew my passport in Manila, if I got my new passport how can I inform the Immigration that I have a new passport number so that the visa grant will be transferred to the new one. Can this be done via Australian Immigration Manila? Hope so.

Thank you so much for always helping us.

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Hi Angelique -

BV-B's are granted very quickly - many times people apply directly at DIAC and get the visa on the spot. If not, typically 1-2 weeks max if applying via post, etc.

Re: change of passport, you can Google DIAC Form 929 and download that form - lodge according to the instructions on the form, and that's the best way to inform DIAC of your new passport so they can link your visa to it.

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Hi Mark,

Thank you for the quick response to my concerns. I was able to finsh downloading form 929. I will have to coordinate with Australian Immigration for the change in Passport details specifically my passport number.

Thank you so so much. Hope I can be approved soon.

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You're welcome - good luck with all!

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