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Old 01-17-2014, 06:39 AM
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HI Daya83,
I applied PMV 300 last June.
I just emailed immi re: our joint account and info about my mob #.

To all who are curious (like me) if immi will reply to your visa status inquiry (although this might not be applicable if you have an open communication with your CO).. Immi will not reply as long as it is within their service standards which is 12 months.
based it on their auto reply:

2. We do not respond to enquiries about the status of a visa application
that is currently within visa processing service standards, and encourage
you to read this weblink:
Visas and Migration - Australian Embassy
Due to the volume of correspondence received by the Immigration and Visa
Office and by each case officer, it is not possible to respond to all
enquiries immediately.


Sooooo... long way to go! So my tip to future applicants is to book your wedding 12 months after your lodgement day.
*this is what we did to avoid hassles of rebooking everything*

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Hi CO is M S
M S was my CO as well. Very friendly and helpful.

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hi just want to ask if anyone here who was married in Australia to a filipino but now an Australian Citizen...my question is..do we need that our marriage certificate be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy/Consulate in Australia? I have read that this is one of the requirement of the CFO OR is it enough to just submit our registered marriage (from NSW Australia). pls help. Thank you very much.


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hi just want to ask if anyone here who was married in Australia to a filipino but now an Australian Citizen...my question is..do we need that our marriage certificate be authenticated by the Philippine Embassy/Consulate in Australia? I have read that this is one of the requirement of the CFO OR is it enough to just submit our registered marriage (from NSW Australia). pls help. Thank you very much.
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Not quiet sure what you mean, do you mean that the Australian Citizen was once a Philippine citizen?

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yes he is a filipino and has been an australian citizen a year ago


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[QUOTE="Chefmd;308929"]yes he is a filipino and has been an australian citizen a year
Well as he is an Australian Citizen he is no longer an overseas philipino :-)
As far as you are concerned it depends were you are located, if you are in the Philippines you will need to meet the requirements. If you are already in Australia then it would depend on if you intended to return to the Philippines before you get an Australian passport, as the authorities may make it difficult for you when you try and return to Australia.

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yes he is a filipino and has been an australian citizen a year
Well as he is an Australian Citizen he is no longer an overseas philipino :-)
As far as you are concerned it depends were you are located, if you are in the Philippines you will need to meet the requirements. If you are already in Australia then it would depend on if you intended to return to the Philippines before you get an Australian passport, as the authorities may make it difficult for you when you try and return to Australia.
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Hi Everyone! Congratulations to those who had their visa granted! I am from the Philippines and will be flying to Aus this coming 22nd. Will these be the only requirements/seminars I need before I leave?

1. Passport with CFO Sticker and Counselling Certificate
2. Grant Letter

My PMV subclass 309 got granted last December 2013. Thanks for the help! God bless you all!

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plus the ridiculous departure tax.....n hope you aint leaving from that shithole manila airport LOL...good luck

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plus the ridiculous departure tax.....n hope you aint leaving from that shithole manila airport LOL...good luck
Hi dunan,

Thanks for the reply. Regarding the travel tax, i will settle that in the Phil airport right? And you have any idea how much it costs? Thanks!


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