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Old 12-05-2010, 04:37 AM
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Old 12-05-2010, 11:50 AM
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I am not too sure how they will look at the taxation or child support issues but all you can do is to get the evidence together of what income he has had - it usually goes by financial year ending June 30 re employer certification or taxation returns.
If it becomes just a lack of income issue, they will request that an Assurer of Support be provided and thatcan be family, rellies or friends.





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Old 12-06-2010, 10:06 AM
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thank you for taking time to answer my post.I have another question.My husband and I met by phone through a friend,we got engage over the phone,after one year he came to my country were we met for the first time physically and got married for the 17 days he was here.My question is does the embassy will scrutinize me for marrying someone after only 17 days of physically being together? We still talk on the phone everyday 5 times or more.and its a year now that we havent physically be together again.Do you think days being together is a big factor for spouse visa although we have evidence of communication?


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Old 12-08-2010, 12:09 AM
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That you are married is one step in the right direction and being separated since will be considered but if there is a valid reason, it should be no reason alone for a partner visa to be rejected.





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Hello wanderer, i just got an email from my CO she said they are in the finalisation stage of my spouse visa.I was just wondering if you have any idea how many weeks or days the finalisation stage to approval of visa?thanks


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If you dont mind my asking, what country are you from? Just curious as Im waiting for my wife's visa.


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If you dont mind my asking, what country are you from? Just curious as Im waiting for my wife's visa.
hello marcantony.I am from philippines i am a filipina.I think your wife is in philippines too as i have always read your time line and keep checking if you already have your wifes visa granted.We emailed my CO yesterday and and all she said to wait for 6 months which is crazy because i have heard friends who got the visa for only 3 months.are you on the final stage of visa as well?


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Old 01-15-2011, 07:09 AM
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Its funny you ask. We just reached 4 months and I emailed the embassy very politely explaining that school starts here on january 31st and I was curious if the children would be here in time for it or if not what to tell the school Ive enrolled them at.

I got an email the next day saying my case was being assessed and the average time was now 6-9 months (they initially told us 4-6 months when we first applied). I was feeling extremely disappointed after this.

But then the next day (yesterday) I recieved another email, this time from the case officer and requesting more information. So I dont know if this was just incredible coincidence or my email sparked something.

The extra information she requested was more proof of our relationship. Having already given her all our photos, declarations and bank account the only other thing we could add now is telephone records. So I copied all my phone records from when my wife went home to now onto a pdf record and emailed it to her. Shes now printed it out and will take it to the embassy monday.
The second thing they requested is a little odd. They want the children's birth certificates. They already have the certificates for the 2 children who are migrating with my wife but not her other children who have already left home and are not coming here. So Im wondering if they want the certificates for the other children or have just lost the ones we gave them? The medical checks required the entire family being done so maybe this is the same. In any case my wife will ask for clarification on monday.

Once weve provided these extra documents I have no idea. If we go back in the queue or a decision is made straight away?

3 months may have been the amount of time before, but since your new government came in last year they have made things very very difficult for any filipinas wanting to leave the country. Even to get work overseas.

For example they would not accept our marriage despite my getting a marriage extract from births, deaths and marriages. Even when the australian embassy endorsed it for my wife the NSO still wouldnt recognise it until I went to the philippine consulate here, paid ANOTHER fee to register my marriage with the philippine government and then have it sent on. Suddenly my marriage was magically recognised. So does that mean all those tourists visiting the Philippines arent recognised as married because they got married in their own countries?

Anyway, hopefully better news soon.


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Old 01-15-2011, 09:08 AM
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I thought you and your wife lodge the application on october 9,2010? so its 3 months yet not four months.We will be in 3 months on january 18.It is frustrating and stressing because we heard alot of couple who got their visa after 3 months time.they asked me for another police clearance because the one i gave them already expired that was when they told us that they are in the final stage of visa and they want me to get another police clearance.My worries is that my medical clearance will expire at the end of this month and they might ask me for a new medical clearance( god i hope not)....what can i say (let me borrow what you said) we live in hope and we pray harder.lol....

please let me know if theres progress and when your wife already have her visa.


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Huh, its actually september 24th we lodged the application. I dont know why I put october, I must have been thinking about something else. Ill go correct it now.


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