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Old 07-12-2012, 09:27 AM
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there's no onshore fiancee visa.. fiancee visa can only be lodged outside australia.. maybe it depends on which country process the application.. I hope they wont ask for the form 80 but please let me know if your CO ask for it..


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hi princess,

what did the your brother answered in form 80's question with the applicant's partner's details? did he answered it with his fiancee's details? thanks


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Old 07-12-2012, 09:32 AM
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My brother was PMV and they submitted Form 80 too as I did in my Spouse Visa application. If you haven't submitted Form 80 upon lodging and they didn't ask for it, then just wait for your CO if he/she requires it.
is your brother applied offshore?


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Old 07-12-2012, 09:33 AM
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I think so as they answered all the questions. But not sure now if the forms changed this July 2012 'coz their application was early last year, offshore, granted in 5 months.

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hi princess,

what did the your brother answered in form 80's question with the applicant's partner's details? did he answered it with his fiancee's details? thanks

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Old 07-12-2012, 09:37 AM
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is your brother applied offshore?
i think you're right princess.. A completed form 80 (only if requested by the department).
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Old 07-12-2012, 09:38 AM
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there's no onshore fiancee visa.. fiancee visa can only be lodged outside australia.. maybe it depends on which country process the application.. I hope they wont ask for the form 80 but please let me know if your CO ask for it..
i will.. thanks


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Old 07-12-2012, 09:39 AM
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as we all know applications are case to case basis. we just get a rough idea how other application goes and see what we can do to make ours successful. who knows ladies, what our 'will be" CO's wants ehehe.... but better to prepare now rather than later when Co asks. Form 80 requires lots of details of an applicant especially when you were based abroad for the past ten years. give it a go now, have 1 ready. more docs is better than less

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yes.. it's case to case basis.. especially there's a new form 80 and it has more questions than the previous one..

@ briana.. thanks.. looking forward on your updates..

@princess.. when did you apply for your spouse visa?


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question... if ever my PMV is granted do i need to attend seminar from CFO?


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Old 07-12-2012, 10:04 AM
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yes.. it's case to case basis.. especially there's a new form 80 and it has more questions than the previous one..

@ briana.. thanks.. looking forward on your updates..

@princess.. when did you apply for your spouse visa?
champagne and princess thank you


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