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Old 05-30-2020, 05:45 AM
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Hi I'm just new here, and I just want to ask if it is okay to apply PMV 300 online despite of the pandemic? Would the embassy/immigration accept my application if I will apply? Thanks


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Hi I'm just new here, and I just want to ask if it is okay to apply PMV 300 online despite of the pandemic? Would the embassy/immigration accept my application if I will apply? Thanks
They say they are accepting applications, just not seeming to finalise any of the 300s.


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Hi I'm just new here, and I just want to ask if it is okay to apply PMV 300 online despite of the pandemic? Would the embassy/immigration accept my application if I will apply? Thanks
They say they are accepting applications, just not seeming to finalise any of the 300s.
Thank you ☺️


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It's not first come first served, but it's probably a good idea to get in the queue sooner rather than later so at least your application is ready and waiting for them when they start processing 300s again!


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It's not first come first served, but it's probably a good idea to get in the queue sooner rather than later so at least your application is ready and waiting for them when they start processing 300s again!
Thank you so much 😊


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hello everyone! i am also new here. I am from the Philippines and my fiancee' is in Australia. Just want to know if he can directly process in applying prospective visa for us? because he is planning to apply the end of June. Is it possible? Hope someone can answer me. Thank you.


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hello everyone! i am also new here. I am from the Philippines and my fiancee' is in Australia. Just want to know if he can directly process in applying prospective visa for us? because he is planning to apply the end of June. Is it possible? Hope someone can answer me. Thank you.
He will be able to complete the online process for you.

Quite a few sponsors fill in the applications. Both the applicants and the sponsor. But you may need to provide a lot of the information.

The PMV from the Philippines does take a long time these days, a lot longer than they used to take.

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Yep, i understand in the Philippines it takes longer esp. now in this time of Pandemic that is why we want to start as soon as possible. Thank you so much for the info. But i still have some concern it regards to the supporting documents specific to the relationship-evidence that you and your partner socially accepted as a couple what if we don't have joint invitations and activities being with friends or relatives, he met my family but the pictures of them together my niece accidentally deleted it.. My question is what are the alternatives i can provide here?


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hello everyone! i am also new here. I am from the Philippines and my fiancee' is in A

Yep, i understand in the Philippines it takes longer esp. now in this time of Pandemic that is why we want to start as soon as possible. Thank you so much for the info. But i still have some concern it regards to the supporting documents specific to the relationship-evidence that you and your partner socially accepted as a couple what if we don't have joint invitations and activities being with friends or relatives, he met my family but the pictures of them together my niece accidentally deleted it.. My question is what are the alternatives i can provide here?


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