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Old 11-04-2019, 01:57 PM
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That sounds good @Jevy021. Surely you will get your visa grant soon.
Regarding the NOIM, yes we did submit the form together with the latest nbi as it was requested from us.


Hi @Ramselle22. I'm still waiting for my PMV. Morethan 20months already.😭😢 Never heard anything after we submitted those updated docs .

Hi @Jeve021 I feel the same way although you are ahead 2months than me. I'm aproaching to 19mos now and still heard nothing since 1st of july this year. You are outside of the global processing time so I think it's good to contact the dept. for an inquiry. Mine is still on F.A as well. Keep the faith Jevy. Bless you.


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Thank you! 🙂 We'll submit it.
Any update on your PMV grant yet?

Hi, sorry for my late reply. I'm still waiting for my PMV, :,( They asked last Aug23 to provide updated docs like our police checks, cenomar and letter from the celebrant, my agent submitted all of those docs last Oct3 but the status still IA, and one of the applicant from here in Phil also asked me if my agent already click the "information provided" button, but since I have access to view my application I checked this button and click it, then the following day my visa status become FA. So, I think coz my agent didnt click this button after he uploaded in immi those docs, thats why the whole october was not counted in my application. 😞 I'm waiting for morethan 20months already. :,(
Wait so the count starts from the moment you click that button?

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Wait so the count starts from the moment you click that button?
No. Although it seems that once they ask you for more information, they may not look at it again, until you have submitted what they asked for, AND clicked the button to tell them that you have done it.

Some people might get the visa actioned quickly after clicking that button.

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Old 11-16-2019, 02:43 PM
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Hi All,

good day po!

just want to ask po if how would I know that a case officer has already been assigned sa application namin?

08 Oct 2019 -- Lodged
16 Oct 2019 -- Medical Exam

we have submitted all our requirements upon lodgement, also, tapos na po ako mag medical.

thank you so much po.


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Hello. Any update from you guys? 300 applicants in the Philippines seems quiet again...


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Hello. Any update from you guys? 300 applicants in the Philippines seems quite again...
The last 3 that I have seen on here, from the Philippines, took 18.5, 16.5 and 18.5 months.

A bit different to this time last year when it was only 6.2 and 3.7 months.

I wonder what has changed in Philippine processing.

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The last 3 that I have seen on here, from the Philippines, took 18.5, 16.5 and 18.5 months.

A bit different to this time last year when it was only 6.2 and 3.7 months.

I wonder what has changed in Philippine processing.
Hi, we're a week shy of waiting for 18 months. So hopefully we fall within the trend that seems to be about now.


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It will be my 18th month of waiting this December.

Can you guys guess if there will be grants for Philippines this December?

Nobody can guess I guess.

I just hope they won't stop giving an assessment or approval for Philippines applicants.


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The last 3 that I have seen on here, from the Philippines, took 18.5, 16.5 and 18.5 months.

A bit different to this time last year when it was only 6.2 and 3.7 months.

I wonder what has changed in Philippine processing.
Hi, we're a week shy of waiting for 18 months. So hopefully we fall within the trend that seems to be about now.

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Now the processing times of pmv 300 is 18-24 months.

This is killing me.

Anybody knows whats the process of converting the 300 to 309?

We are aware that we should get married first.

We just dont know if we need to withdraw the 300 then change it to 309 without paying again.

Or we just submit the marriage certificate and other need reqts for 309 then attach it to 300???


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Now the processing times of pmv 300 is 18-24 months.

This is killing me.

Anybody knows whats the process of converting the 300 to 309?

We are aware that we should get married first.

We just don't know if we need to withdraw the 300 then change it to 309 without paying again.

Or we just submit the marriage certificate and other need reqts for 309 then attach it to 300???
I have been reading about this, and it seems that once married you just switch to the 309, with no extra payment. You would no longer be eligible for the 300.

I would guess that the 300 has to be withdrawn, as the 300 has very high withdrawal rates (25% in 2018/19, compared to about 2.5% to 3.0% for the 309 and 820), possibly because this happens frequently?.

Definitely get decent advice on this, to avoid withdrawing at the wrong time, and falling out of the system.

You probably need to fill the 309 requirements, rather than the 300 requirements though. Not sure if that is applied to your original application date, which then raises the question of why a 300 and not a 309 was applied for originally.

I am curious about this, although no longer relevant for us, as we are well past that now.

However, you are at about 18 months now, and that is a common time for 300's from the Philippines recently.

Have you updated any extra relationship information recently? That can often speed up a grant, assuming you have lodged everything required.

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