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Old 07-12-2012, 11:13 AM
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briana, whereabouts are you planning to have your wedding? here in australia?


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Hi every one.
I have a problem and want to know if someone can give me some more information.
After knowing my (now) wife for a couple of months, and visiting her in Manila, we got married on 15 Nov. 2010. I decided to do it just before I returned to Australia.
We went to Manila city hall and asked what the procedure was to get married. They told us that they would do all the paperwork, and then married us.
They made a mistake with the spelling of my surname. We tried for almost a year to correct it at the NSO. After getting all the papers that the NSO neede for the correction and a couple of trips to Phil. and waiting for letters and birth certificates from my parents, they told us that the marriage licence is a forgery and that it is not legal.
But it shows that she is married, in the NSO, but to someone with a surname almost like mine just spelt with a "t" where there is supposed to be a "l"..
Now I wonder if it would be worth it to apply even with the spelling mistake.
Otherwise we will have to get the marriage annulled and that would also create other problems and make the process even longer.
Does anyone have any advice for me?
Thank you.
Herjack


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Old 07-12-2012, 05:19 PM
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I am not an expert in legal issues here in PI but, when you found out your family name was spelt incorrectly right after the marriage, did you inform them (city hall) where you got married that your family has to be amended? And, have you sought advice from any licensed lawyer here?

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Hi every one.
I have a problem and want to know if someone can give me some more information.
After knowing my (now) wife for a couple of months, and visiting her in Manila, we got married on 15 Nov. 2010. I decided to do it just before I returned to Australia.
We went to Manila city hall and asked what the procedure was to get married. They told us that they would do all the paperwork, and then married us.
They made a mistake with the spelling of my surname. We tried for almost a year to correct it at the NSO. After getting all the papers that the NSO neede for the correction and a couple of trips to Phil. and waiting for letters and birth certificates from my parents, they told us that the marriage licence is a forgery and that it is not legal.
But it shows that she is married, in the NSO, but to someone with a surname almost like mine just spelt with a "t" where there is supposed to be a "l"..
Now I wonder if it would be worth it to apply even with the spelling mistake.
Otherwise we will have to get the marriage annulled and that would also create other problems and make the process even longer.
Does anyone have any advice for me?
Thank you.
Herjack

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Old 07-12-2012, 10:02 PM
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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?
Hello Champagne,
Submit form 80 on PMV application. Usually they require it.

Send NOIM ( NOTICE OF INTENDED MARRIAGE) from a celebrant, priest or however going to officiate your wedding. That's the proof couple usually send. I sent that one too when I applied for PMV.

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Old 07-13-2012, 02:56 AM
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Hi every one.
I have a problem and want to know if someone can give me some more information.
After knowing my (now) wife for a couple of months, and visiting her in Manila, we got married on 15 Nov. 2010. I decided to do it just before I returned to Australia.
We went to Manila city hall and asked what the procedure was to get married. They told us that they would do all the paperwork, and then married us.
They made a mistake with the spelling of my surname. We tried for almost a year to correct it at the NSO. After getting all the papers that the NSO neede for the correction and a couple of trips to Phil. and waiting for letters and birth certificates from my parents, they told us that the marriage licence is a forgery and that it is not legal.
But it shows that she is married, in the NSO, but to someone with a surname almost like mine just spelt with a "t" where there is supposed to be a "l"..
Now I wonder if it would be worth it to apply even with the spelling mistake.
Otherwise we will have to get the marriage annulled and that would also create other problems and make the process even longer.
Does anyone have any advice for me?
Thank you.
Herjack
Hello, when you got married and applied for endorsement to NSO, did you see your last name misspelled already? Cause usually, the civil registry officer will just correct it and counter-sign it before they will send it to NSO.


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Old 07-13-2012, 03:17 AM
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champagne, do you have CO yet? and CO is asking for form 80? just curious coz we are applying also for PMV and we are in 6 weeks and waiting for CO to allocate.. really curious about form 80.
Hi Brianna. Just to be sure, submit Form 80 together with your application. There is no harm in trying anyway. I did submit mine during my time, coz sometimes COs are asking for it. Might include/submit it to avoid delays on your visa application.


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Old 07-13-2012, 03:19 AM
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Hi Brianna. Just to be sure, submit Form 80 together with your application. There is no harm in trying anyway. I did submit mine during my time, coz sometimes COs are asking for it. Might include/submit it to avoid delays on your visa application.
This is also for Champagne..this might help expedite your visa application.


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Old 07-13-2012, 04:23 AM
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Hi myleen.. how did you answer the question partner's details in form 80? did you put your fiancee's details or left that part blank? thanks


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Old 07-13-2012, 05:07 AM
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Hi myleen.. how did you answer the question partner's details in form 80? did you put your fiancee's details or left that part blank? thanks
Yes. All the fields must be properly accomplished. Ours is Spouse Visa 309.


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Has anyone applying for a prospective spousal visa been asked to provide a Certificate of Singleness for their partner in Australia?


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