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Old 03-08-2014, 07:41 AM
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When the PMV gets granted, how long usually it's been given to the applicant to enter Australia?

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It usually based on the medicals and police check, whichever expires first.

My fiances was given 2.5 months to enter and the must enter date was the day before the medicals expired.

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Hi everyone! When is the EARLIEST possible time a PMV application can be lodged after having a PERSONAL MEETING with fiance. This will be our FIRST meeting after 5 months of online communicating. Regards to all

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Hi everyone! When is the EARLIEST possible time a PMV application can be lodged after having a PERSONAL MEETING with fiance. This will be our FIRST meeting after 5 months of online communicating. Regards to all
As soon as you have All your paperwork and evidence ready. Don't forget photos of you and your fiance together with your family!😊

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As soon as you have All your paperwork and evidence ready. Don't forget photos of you and your fiance together with your family!😊
GREAT! Thanks for your reply. I am now very excited to go on completing our requirements. Thanks for the advice for having photos with my family.

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Hey guys, my boyfriend and I have been in a relationship for three years, four this coming October. We met online, we were both PS3 gamers and met in a gaming forum. We're planning to apply for the PMV but kinda' scared to do so because of rejection, and the fee is quite hefty! I'm a Filipina and once tried applying for a tourist visa (to hopefully meet him for the first time in 2011) but got rejected. So I had this phobia of some sort. Anyway, I just want to ask if age is a big factor? They might consider us too young for marriage or something. :S I'm turning 24 and he's turning 22 this year.

We have met twice; 5 days together in Hong Kong in 2012 (with his family), and 6 days in Hong Kong again in 2013 (with my family). This August, he's coming over to spend a month here in the Philippines.

Would also like to know if they're going to require us to have xxxxx amount of money stored? My boyfriend is a student graduating this July while I work as a writer (obvs I'm not earning big bucks :P) so, we really don't have the funds to buy a home and all that jazz. We'll go by, definitely. But we won't be totally "settled" if you get my drift.

PS: If they would only settle for pictures of us looking happy and so in love (we have TONS) and a cheesy writeup of our love story, we could provide those. But the other complicated stuff IDK. *sigh*

Need your advice, guys. Thanks in advance.


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Hey guys, my boyfriend and I have been in a relationship for three years, four this coming October. We met online, we were both PS3 gamers and met in a gaming forum. We're planning to apply for the PMV but kinda' scared to do so because of rejection, and the fee is quite hefty! I'm a Filipina and once tried applying for a tourist visa (to hopefully meet him for the first time in 2011) but got rejected. So I had this phobia of some sort. Anyway, I just want to ask if age is a big factor? They might consider us too young for marriage or something. :S I'm turning 24 and he's turning 22 this year.

We have met twice; 5 days together in Hong Kong in 2012 (with his family), and 6 days in Hong Kong again in 2013 (with my family). This August, he's coming over to spend a month here in the Philippines.

Would also like to know if they're going to require us to have xxxxx amount of money stored? My boyfriend is a student graduating this July while I work as a writer (obvs I'm not earning big bucks :P) so, we really don't have the funds to buy a home and all that jazz. We'll go by, definitely. But we won't be totally "settled" if you get my drift.

PS: If they would only settle for pictures of us looking happy and so in love (we have TONS) and a cheesy writeup of our love story, we could provide those. But the other complicated stuff IDK. *sigh*

Need your advice, guys. Thanks in advance.
Hi Ady
I think that seeing you have already met in person twice you would be in a position to submit a Prospective Marriage Visa.
Make sure you have pictures of the both of you with both families, and get copies of chat logs etc to support your claims of being in contact. You can also get his family members to complete form 888 statutory declaration, confirming your relationship

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Hi Ady
I think that seeing you have already met in person twice you would be in a position to submit a Prospective Marriage Visa.
Make sure you have pictures of the both of you with both families, and get copies of chat logs etc to support your claims of being in contact. You can also get his family members to complete form 888 statutory declaration, confirming your relationship
Thanks! I haven't really gone in-depth spending time with his family because they really didn't approve of our relationship at first. They sorta just accepted it over the years. Hopefully, we can coax them to complete that form for us. Otherwise, can my family do that instead? Or maybe his brother? Not sure about the parents.

Also, would it bother the CO that we have only spent very short time together so far? Only about a week per year.


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