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Old 03-03-2014, 01:22 PM
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My fiance and I never had an engagement party and never mentioned what kind of wedding we would have - just supplied the NOIM and the celebrant letter and his visa was approved.
how many months just u waiting for the visa


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Old 03-03-2014, 01:25 PM
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I actually have the exact question which was asked originally but apparently no one really answered!

I am on the same road, I just want to bring my fiance here after being approved for PMV, then within 9 months go to our marriage celebrant to officially marry but withought a big wedding party! off course we're gonna have family gathering, but not any of those expensive big wedding parties!

so, if we mention that that's our plan, do you think they might get suspected of us?

Thanks very much

but are u met personally....i dont think is there any problem in my case my fiance been in philippines it means we already engage without engagement ring lol..

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Old 03-03-2014, 01:34 PM
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My fiance proposed to me over the phone, lol. I mean, I can't say for sure since we haven't been approved yet, but I don't think it matters how... as long as it happened, lol.
hi i read all your message here in forum..that one of our problem coz there is one question in the form when u engage hahah the funny things about my story they been in the philippines its understood we engagement and maybe he send me the ring hehe


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Old 03-03-2014, 02:17 PM
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but are u met personally....i dont think is there any problem in my case my fiance been in philippines it means we already engage without engagement ring lol..
Have you met the person you are engaged to?

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We have the same plan! Neither of us wants a big flouncy wedding! Just a relaxed, friendly picnic with those we love. There are as many kinds of weddings as there are people, so I don't think it's fair for a case officer to judge what an acceptable wedding is. It will be our perfect day, but perfect our way, and that's how we're planning to outline it in our app.
exactly!!! then wy is it I hear from there and there that it's important you show your're planning for a wedding party and even show some brouchers or deposit, etc! I mean that's non-sense!!!!

im happy there are people out there who think the same as I do, everyone has a different idea it's ur way the right way


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how many months just u waiting for the visa
Was 9.5 months


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Old 03-17-2014, 02:56 AM
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Have you met the person you are engaged to?
yes i met twice...


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Hello there,
I am so happy to found this thread. I am Turkish, and my partner is Australian. We are both living in the same city, and just start thinking about applying for de facto visa wow big step!
We have plenty of time to collect paper, or evidences. But I am wondering that is Turkey still a high-risk country for onshore application? So we can be more careful and make sure we have enough documents to submit.

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Rimmel, you say you live in the same city. For de facto you need to live together in the same house as a married couple.

You need to live together for at least 12 months or register the relationship. Even with registering the relationship migration agents recommend living together for at least 6 months.

Turkey is considered a high risk embassy regardless of if it is an offshore or onshore application.

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Old 02-28-2015, 11:37 PM
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Rimmel, you say you live in the same city. For de facto you need to live together in the same house as a married couple.

You need to live together for at least 12 months or register the relationship. Even with registering the relationship migration agents recommend living together for at least 6 months.

Turkey is considered a high risk embassy regardless of if it is an offshore or onshore application.
Hello Mish, thanks for your quick reply. As we start consider for the visa application, we started plan living together, open a joint bank account etc. we have plenty of time, so living together longer than 12 months is no problem. I just wasn't sure about "high-risk" country. Thanks for make it clear for me.


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