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Old 07-15-2014, 05:51 AM
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It does go to show that they are more relaxed when it comes to pmv to 820. It was so much less stressful then the pmv.

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Looks like this 820 visa should be a breeze, hopefully
Thanks for the input guys, we are less stressed about it now.

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Hello Teedo,

Do we need to write out our whole relationship history in detail, or should they have our history from the PVM application and they can see up until that point from there?
****If you have a copy of the history of relationship, what you do is just write additional details that happened from then on.

- How can we get an NBI clearance (philippines police certificate) while in Australia?
*****You do not need to get NBI clearance again as it was already included in the PMV application. In case you are requested for it you can attain one from the nearest Philippine consulate/embassy whichever state you are living.

- How long until she would get the bridging visa?, so we don't apply too late while trying to gather all of the documents.
*****If you apply online she will get the bridging visa immediately. It is an automatic process. Once you lodged the application an email confirmation with bridging visa details will be sent as well.

- We have read that we wouldn't need a police/health clearance because of the PMV, but it says on the check list that we do. Which is the right one?
*****Police and health check is not necessary in applying 820 from a PMV. It is listed as (if needed) basis.

I hope that helps. Best of luck. It is pretty easy really. I am from the Philippines and also applied 820 from PMV. It was granted in less than a month.

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Hey Teedo! The good news is you likely won't need new medicals or police checks. Are you applying online? That's the best way to do it.

I would include the whole history of your relationship. You can't count on them going back and reading old information. But definitely make sure you include information on what has happened since you got your PMV as well.

If you submit online, generally the Bridging Visa A arrives immediately via email along with the acknowledgment of your application, or the next business day at the latest.

(300 to 820/801) Is there possibilities of interviewing again for visa 820/801?


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(300 to 820/801) Is there possibilities of interviewing again for visa 820/801?
I doubt it. They did all their checks for the pmv to make sure you are genuine. My husband didn't get interviewed again if that helps.


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As Mish said, unlikely. Anything's possible, of course, if they're suspicious of your relationship for some reason AFTER they grant the 300. That'd be extremely rare, though.

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Just one more question
I'm filling out the 40sp form in the pdf file, though it won't allow me to draw my signature in the required field. Is it okay to just put my name and no signature? or am I meant to print the form, sign it, scan it and send it to them as images?

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Just one more question
I'm filling out the 40sp form in the pdf file, though it won't allow me to draw my signature in the required field. Is it okay to just put my name and no signature? or am I meant to print the form, sign it, scan it and send it to them as images?
You need to print it out, sign it, scan it and then send it to them.

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Just one more question
I'm filling out the 40sp form in the pdf file, though it won't allow me to draw my signature in the required field. Is it okay to just put my name and no signature? or am I meant to print the form, sign it, scan it and send it to them as images?
You are applying online right? No need to complete this form. You have already done this as part of the online application form.

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Yep, what Mish said is correct. If you're applying online, you don't need either the 40SP or the 47SP. The questions in the sponsor's application and the applicant's application take the place of these. By the way, in case you didn't know - once you finish the applicant's application, you need to do the sponsor's. You'll need the TRN you got from when you submitted the applicant's application (which you've already done, since you're uploading documents). You'll go back to the same page (the home page of your ImmiAccount) where you pressed "new application" to start the applicant's application, you'll press the "new application" button again, and choose the one for the sponsor - it's "Application for a partner to migrate to Australia" or something along those lines. Then you'll complete the sponsor's application.

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