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Old 01-17-2013, 05:04 AM
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We have been waiting nearly 9 months now and have just been advised by the embassy that the annulment case numbers \ records don't match up at the courthouse, with a please explain in 28 days note or a decision will be made on info at hand. My initial response back immediately was how can we do that if there's a clerical error or something this has nothing to do with us, we have original NSO docs of singleness and she is free to marry. Well it's looking like the lawyer and judge(since retired or something) that oversaw the annulment case perhaps did a shady deal between themselves as after several attempts to get original copies of certificate of finality have failed and we are now submitting certified copy not original to Supreme Court for verification and we are told this is only a slim chance of occurring, if we don't succeed we will have to terminate visa app and start again......you have to be kidding.....we have been together now 2 years and still trying


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Old 02-11-2014, 11:32 AM
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We have been waiting nearly 9 months now and have just been advised by the embassy that the annulment case numbers \ records don't match up at the courthouse, with a please explain in 28 days note or a decision will be made on info at hand. My initial response back immediately was how can we do that if there's a clerical error or something this has nothing to do with us, we have original NSO docs of singleness and she is free to marry. Well it's looking like the lawyer and judge(since retired or something) that oversaw the annulment case perhaps did a shady deal between themselves as after several attempts to get original copies of certificate of finality have failed and we are now submitting certified copy not original to Supreme Court for verification and we are told this is only a slim chance of occurring, if we don't succeed we will have to terminate visa app and start again......you have to be kidding.....we have been together now 2 years and still trying
Hi Roodog, how's the application of your visa? What did you do now? Hopefully everythings good and you got your grant already. Keep in touch. Goodluck!

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Old 02-11-2014, 07:17 PM
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Hi...yes interested as well as we went thru same thing.....

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Old 02-21-2014, 01:37 PM
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Hi Everybody

That's terrible thing. Hope everything will be fine for her visa application. I can understand the hassle and frustration that people went through when applying visa, as I was on the same boat before. But I was fortunate enough as my Annulment and PMV goes very well without any problem. my PMV was granted less than 4months in Philippine. I arrived here in Australia and got married then apply for onshore 820/801 combined visa at Brisbane immigration Office and temporary visa was granted 3 hours after they received my application.

Hopefully thing will be fine for you guys. take it easy! Cheers !

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Old 02-22-2014, 12:32 PM
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That's terrible thing. Hope everything will be fine for her visa application. I can understand the hassle and frustration that people went through when applying visa, as I was on the same boat before. But I was fortunate enough as my Annulment and PMV goes very well without any problem. my PMV was granted less than 4months in Philippine. I arrived here in Australia and got married then apply for onshore 820/801 combined visa at Brisbane immigration Office and temporary visa was granted 3 hours after they received my application.

Hopefully thing will be fine for you guys. take it easy! Cheers !
hi oh8justme congratulations u have 4 months only to grants the pmv me we planning to lodge our pmv can i have some adv how to started


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hi oh8justme congratulations u have 4 months only to grants the pmv me we planning to lodge our pmv can i have some adv how to started
Hi there!

Advice on how to start application for PMV hmm it will be a bit long to read. lol
I am not an expert and I don't claim to be, I can only give you an advice based on my experienced when I applied for Tourist/PMV/and 820/801 visa.
If you and your BF is really serious and have decided to enter into a genuine committed relationship and have met physically(not just online chat or emailing) then I guess you can start it by;

Start reading Partner Migration booklet for you to have a basic idea what visa you are applying for and certain conditions if there is. Also read Life in Australia booklet, be also familiar with forms and documents, download 47sp/40sp forms for u and your FiancÚ and have a look on it, try to practice answering questions on the form, Download document checklist as your guide list. Identify what documents and forms is applicable to your case.
Just remember every time you answer important questions on the form you also have to provide document to support your claim..

You and Your fiancÚ needs to read and understand the concept of PMV as he is sponsor and he will need to provide documents too. Download all the forms you need from DIAC website. Gather all certified copies of documents that is relevant for your application. Your fiancÚ needs to see a celebrant to help him obtain NOIM(Notice of Intended Marriage) document accompanied by a letter from a celebrant.

"Be truthful to all your answer and statement and try not to exaggerate your case because (if things are too good to be true, it's usually not true) and then Be prepared for immigration interview don't ya worry they're not going to ask you the distance between moon and earth lol. it's just question about your fiancÚ and the relationship to see if you really knew each other.

" If your not sure what your doing and not confident to do your PMV application I suggest you better hire a Registered Migration Agent to handle your application. Because its not worth paying more than a thousand dollars Non refundable processing fee and just get your application refused. Not to mention all the hassle.. Hope this will help ya. Good luck to ya!

Cheers!

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thanks you so muchhh

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Hi there!

Advice on how to start application for PMV hmm it will be a bit long to read. lol
I am not an expert and I don't claim to be, I can only give you an advice based on my experienced when I applied for Tourist/PMV/and 820/801 visa.
If you and your BF is really serious and have decided to enter into a genuine committed relationship and have met physically(not just online chat or emailing) then I guess you can start it by;

Start reading Partner Migration booklet for you to have a basic idea what visa you are applying for and certain conditions if there is. Also read Life in Australia booklet, be also familiar with forms and documents, download 47sp/40sp forms for u and your FiancÚ and have a look on it, try to practice answering questions on the form, Download document checklist as your guide list. Identify what documents and forms is applicable to your case.
Just remember every time you answer important questions on the form you also have to provide document to support your claim..

You and Your fiancÚ needs to read and understand the concept of PMV as he is sponsor and he will need to provide documents too. Download all the forms you need from DIAC website. Gather all certified copies of documents that is relevant for your application. Your fiancÚ needs to see a celebrant to help him obtain NOIM(Notice of Intended Marriage) document accompanied by a letter from a celebrant.

"Be truthful to all your answer and statement and try not to exaggerate your case because (if things are too good to be true, it's usually not true) and then Be prepared for immigration interview don't ya worry they're not going to ask you the distance between moon and earth lol. it's just question about your fiancÚ and the relationship to see if you really knew each other.

" If your not sure what your doing and not confident to do your PMV application I suggest you better hire a Registered Migration Agent to handle your application. Because its not worth paying more than a thousand dollars Non refundable processing fee and just get your application refused. Not to mention all the hassle.. Hope this will help ya. Good luck to ya!

Cheers!

Thank you so much for some advice are u a filipina i hope everything is ok.im asking too is there any problem if my fiance used his parents address is not conflict in the 47sp /40sp he is divorce for a long time thanks i hope we continue talking here as u more adv...thanks and GOD BLESS


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Old 03-03-2014, 04:28 AM
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Thank you so much for some advice are u a filipina i hope everything is ok.im asking too is there any problem if my fiance used his parents address is not conflict in the 47sp /40sp he is divorce for a long time thanks i hope we continue talking here as u more adv...thanks and GOD BLESS



Hello there!

Yep I'm Filipina and I am fine Thank you. Why would it be a conflict to the 47sp/40sp if your fiancÚ will use his parents address? why how many addresses does he has then? I don't see any problem if your fiancÚ will use his parents address if he lives there. My husband mate used our home address when he sponsored his wife and kids. Because that time he was living with us rent free and there was no least/tenancy agreement because he wasn't paying rent. So immig asked him to provide a statutory declaration or some sort of letter from my husband because he is the owner of the house. and that's it...

Immigration asked address of the sponsor and your address in Phils in case they need to communicate with ya people. It's understandable.

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Yep I'm Filipina and I am fine Thank you. Why would it be a conflict to the 47sp/40sp if your fiancÚ will use his parents address? why how many addresses does he has then? I don't see any problem if your fiancÚ will use his parents address if he lives there. My husband mate used our home address when he sponsored his wife and kids. Because that time he was living with us rent free and there was no least/tenancy agreement because he wasn't paying rent. So immig asked him to provide a statutory declaration or some sort of letter from my husband because he is the owner of the house. and that's it...

Immigration asked address of the sponsor and your address in Phils in case they need to communicate with ya people. It's understandable.

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hi there thank you he is divorce for many years we just thought that is important that he had a own house or he had to rent before we filling a pmv thank you so muchh


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Old 03-15-2014, 01:33 AM
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hi there thank you he is divorce for many years we just thought that is important that he had a own house or he had to rent before we filling a pmv thank you so muchh
hi again its ok to lodge our papets in the.phil.coz im.still here in taiwan n do u think that my mom can do it for.me


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