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Old 07-09-2012, 10:36 AM
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i have another question.. when u fill up the application form 47sp, is it necessary to have it handwritten or is it ok to use adobe reader and answer it and then print it?
I did it with adobe reader cause my hubby's hand writing is "hopeless" hehehe..he knows about it though..But the signature part (the last page) I let him do it with his hand writing. Good luck with the application and document gathering and enjoy it..cause the real hassle part is the waiting period.. hehehehe..


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Old 07-09-2012, 02:18 PM
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hi bigcitygirl,

your application is pmv right? did you send a copy of form 80 with your application? there's this past that is asking about partner's details.. did you put your fiance's details or left it blank? we're really confused with that..

thanks..
hi champagne, i didnt fill it out. if u want to be sure u can fill it out and submit together with ur other docus. when will u lodge ur appli? ill update everyone just in case my CO asks for it.


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Old 07-09-2012, 02:19 PM
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we will lodge mine next month under subclass 309 or spousal visa... im still preparing the documents needed... good luck to u.. hope it wont take too long for the embassy to grant ur visa..
thanks thanks jowielyn. good luck to you too.


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Old 07-09-2012, 05:24 PM
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hi..

congratulations to those that has received their visa grants..

we're planning to apply for PMV this coming early August..
our plan is that my fiance comes here in sydney first then get married there in Manila. As all our relatives are there.

would someone here know what documents we can send in replace of the NOIM?

and with the medicals, will the acknowledgement letter from the australian embassy have the health reference id? and even without a CO yet you can have your medicals?

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Hi champagne, for the NOIM, you can substitute it with a letter from a celebrant stating that you've booked a schedule for your marriage.

Celebrant Engagement Letter for Prospective Marriage Visa ~ Spouse, Partner, Fiance/e


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Old 07-10-2012, 12:20 AM
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hello everyone, got the email from immigration yesterday and my app still waiting for CO to allocate, they said it takes 2-3 months to get CO we are in 6 weeks since we applied PMV, and this waiting is killing me, i want my fiance, missing him sooo much.


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Old 07-10-2012, 02:03 AM
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I did it with adobe reader cause my hubby's hand writing is "hopeless" hehehe..he knows about it though..But the signature part (the last page) I let him do it with his hand writing. Good luck with the application and document gathering and enjoy it..cause the real hassle part is the waiting period.. hehehehe..
thanks krissybaby.. this forum really helps me prepare these things easily.. yah i sort of enjoying it..hehe

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Old 07-11-2012, 03:38 AM
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Question guys... Does anyone here applied for de facto visa who happens to be pregnant too. Was the pregnancy an advantage or disadvantage to your visa application?

Really appreciate your answer.. Thanks

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another question: if there are no dependents under the aged 18 included in the application, is it necessary for my sponsor to get a police check? thanks in advance guys...

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hi Bigcitygirl.. how are you?
~~~thanks for that.. we'll just do the same.. send the form 80 when the CO asks for it.. any news with your application?

hi wishful.. how are you?
~~~ the letter of engagement is still for a wedding here in Oz right? We don't know what to send with our pmv application to prove that we're planning to get married in Manila.

hi jhowiellyn! how are you?
~~~ I'm not sure with the other sponsors but in my case as a sponsor, I didn't apply for an Australian Federal Police clearance as there's no dependent included in our pmv application. Are you applying for a pmv or spouse visa?


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Old 07-12-2012, 06:25 AM
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another question: if there are no dependents under the aged 18 included in the application, is it necessary for my sponsor to get a police check? thanks in advance guys...
If there are no dependants under 18, your sponsor need not submit a police check..


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