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is it easier to lodged the application in my own country


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Old 01-24-2010, 10:33 PM
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is it easier to lodged the application in my own country

Hi im from phils but im working here in papua new guinea. My question is where is the best place to lodge my application for de facto partner visa. here in papua new guinea where i work or when i just come home in the phils. thanks


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The advantage of doing it from your home country is going to be less hastle in getting your police checking done and just having any other relevant documentation together that you need.





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Okay but some of my friends told me that its better to apply in PNG coz the chance to approved it is much bigger than doing it in the phils were filipinos have difficulty in getting a visa. So what do you think of this issue is it true?


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am not sure whether that theory applies in australia but that is quite true in US, I have difficulty getting one in the Philippines but it was quite easy when I was in Micronesia. anyway, processing documents and visa for Australia is a bit tedious too in the Phils., so why not try to get it from PNG? If you can narrow down your reasons to get into Australia and you have good records at PNG, it might be easier for you.


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