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Old 06-10-2019, 01:00 AM
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Don't bank on any visa grants in June/July, there weren't any shown on this forum in those months last year.

Subclass 300 (PMV) granted
2018 end of Year.
17/05/18 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 4 months from Canada
19/05/18 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 7.2 months from UK
01/08/18 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 6.2 months from Philippines
18/09/18 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 6.9 months from India

2019 end of year.
01/05/19 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 3.6 months from Russia
06/05/19 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 6.3 months from Romania
28/05/19 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 2.2 months from Sweden


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Old 06-10-2019, 02:24 AM
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Australiaís fiscal year starts on July and ends on June.
When was your application for the 300?


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Old 06-10-2019, 07:04 PM
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16months waiting here😥 . Status still Initial Assessment.

Guys, I have question. We are all (filipino) required to attend the Guidance and Couseling Program in CFO office before our departure? Is there anyone here who already attended GCP?
Thank you in advance


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Old 06-10-2019, 09:29 PM
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We are just hoping and we never know really. But let’s see... If none, then we just keep on waiting. Nothing we can do but just hope and wait.


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We are just hoping and we never know really. But let’s see... If none, then we just keep on waiting. Nothing we can do but just hope and wait.


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Don't bank on any visa grants in June/July, there weren't any shown on this forum in those months last year.

Subclass 300 (PMV) granted
2018 end of Year.
17/05/18 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 4 months from Canada
19/05/18 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 7.2 months from UK
01/08/18 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 6.2 months from Philippines
18/09/18 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 6.9 months from India

2019 end of year.
01/05/19 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 3.6 months from Russia
06/05/19 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 6.3 months from Romania
28/05/19 Subclass 300 [PMV] granted after 2.2 months from Sweden


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Old 06-10-2019, 09:44 PM
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It’s a requirement if you have a foreign partner or former filipino. And if you are flying out from Philippines.

You can do it once you have your visa grant.

I’ve done it when I had a free time - even if I don’t have the visa grant yet and I only got a certificate. Once I have my visa grant, I will be back to get a sticker.

Check this out https://www.cfo.gov.ph/gcp.html



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16months waiting here😥 . Status still Initial Assessment.

Guys, I have question. We are all (filipino) required to attend the Guidance and Couseling Program in CFO office before our departure? Is there anyone here who already attended GCP?
Thank you in advance


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Old 06-11-2019, 12:58 AM
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16months waiting here😥 . Status still Initial Assessment.

Guys, I have question. We are all (filipino) required to attend the Guidance and Couseling Program in CFO office before our departure? Is there anyone here who already attended GCP?
Thank you in advance
There is another thread on that..
https://www.australiaforum.com/visas...tner-visa.html

We avoided that by leaving the Philippines on a Tourist Visa, before the PMV was granted, and she hasn't been back since.

However, if she wants to return to, and then leave, the Philippines again, on a Filipino passport with a Partner visa, the official line is:
those who are living for 2 or more years overseas, like your wife, may be exempt from attending the 3-hour guidance and counseling session provided they present documents that prove their residence status.
In the case of your wife, she needs to come to CFO to register and undergo a one-on-one interview with a guidance and counseling facilitator.
Subsequently, she will be issued a guidance and counseling certificate and a CFO emigrant registration sticker will be affixed on her passport as proof of her attendance to the program and registration with CFO.
The certificate and the sticker are essential travel documents which your wife will need to present to the airport authorities on the day of her departure
It appears this may or may not be enforced at the Philippines departure airport.

If you don't have it, and the rule is enforced, you miss your flight.


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Old 06-11-2019, 12:53 PM
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ANY PMV 300 2019 Grants in the NIGERIA OR AFRICA

Have applied for PMV 300 since june 2017, still no visa yet, it will be 24 months by month ends, still on further assessment. Can someone help me out on this,cos am getting frustrated


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Old 06-13-2019, 05:15 AM
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Please update your flag here .

I have time now to attend the GCP in CFO. I have schedule already on July 4. I think it's good to attend now while waiting for the visa, so that less hassle. 🙂 thank you







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It’s a requirement if you have a foreign partner or former filipino. And if you are flying out from Philippines.

You can do it once you have your visa grant.

I’ve done it when I had a free time - even if I don’t have the visa grant yet and I only got a certificate. Once I have my visa grant, I will be back to get a sticker.

Check this out https://www.cfo.gov.ph/gcp.html



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16months waiting here😥 . Status still Initial Assessment.

Guys, I have question. We are all (filipino) required to attend the Guidance and Couseling Program in CFO office before our departure? Is there anyone here who already attended GCP?
Thank you in advance


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Old 06-13-2019, 05:17 AM
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Please update your flag here .

Thank you for sharing that link. 🙂



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Originally Posted by Jevy021 View Post
16months waiting here😥 . Status still Initial Assessment.

Guys, I have question. We are all (filipino) required to attend the Guidance and Couseling Program in CFO office before our departure? Is there anyone here who already attended GCP?
Thank you in advance
There is another thread on that..
https://www.australiaforum.com/visas...tner-visa.html

We avoided that by leaving the Philippines on a Tourist Visa, before the PMV was granted, and she hasn't been back since.

However, if she wants to return to, and then leave, the Philippines again, on a Filipino passport with a Partner visa, the official line is:
those who are living for 2 or more years overseas, like your wife, may be exempt from attending the 3-hour guidance and counseling session provided they present documents that prove their residence status.
In the case of your wife, she needs to come to CFO to register and undergo a one-on-one interview with a guidance and counseling facilitator.
Subsequently, she will be issued a guidance and counseling certificate and a CFO emigrant registration sticker will be affixed on her passport as proof of her attendance to the program and registration with CFO.
The certificate and the sticker are essential travel documents which your wife will need to present to the airport authorities on the day of her departure
It appears this may or may not be enforced at the Philippines departure airport.

If you don't have it, and the rule is enforced, you miss your flight.


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