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Old 07-13-2012, 07:11 AM
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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?
Yes. We both submitted documents to prove that we are free to marry. I've submitted my CENOMAR and my husband who was then my fiance submitted his certificate of no impediment.


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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.
We only saw it after it was already registered at the NSO. We did see a Lawyer and he said that immigration might just see it as a spelling error, and if they don't then we will have to get annulled and re marry.


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Friends pls help me, I need to have a consent from ob to undergo a chest xray though am pregnant.. Emabassy has emailed me and really requiring me to undergo chest xray, but I cant find an ob gyn giving consent to have xray.. I truly truly appreciate your help, esp if there is an ob here or who know someone, pls help.. Am willing to see that person anywhere here in NCR or metro manila

I really wanted to have the visa decision, if I couldn't have the chest xray I need to wait till after delivery before I could have my visa decision..and its really unbearable waiting already.. I know guys you understand..


Thanks so much for those who will try to help..

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Old 07-13-2012, 01:09 PM
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We only saw it after it was already registered at the NSO. We did see a Lawyer and he said that immigration might just see it as a spelling error, and if they don't then we will have to get annulled and re marry.
I don't see the point of getting annulled and re-marry. As far as I know, a lawyer can make a joint affidavit stating the typo error re: your misspelled family name and forward it to the city hall where your marriage was registered. Getting annulled and re-marry isn't necessary in my own opinion. I suggest a second opinion from another lawyer.

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Just sharing, my hubby's visa was approved yesterday. Took almost 6 months.it's worth it coz a permanent visa was granted so happy

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Old 07-15-2012, 08:16 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.
hi myleen, i have a question, i already filed my application and my form 80 is not included, can i submit it to them even if they are not asking for it? thanks alot


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Friends pls help me, I need to have a consent from ob to undergo a chest xray though am pregnant.. Emabassy has emailed me and really requiring me to undergo chest xray, but I cant find an ob gyn giving consent to have xray.. I truly truly appreciate your help, esp if there is an ob here or who know someone, pls help.. Am willing to see that person anywhere here in NCR or metro manila

I really wanted to have the visa decision, if I couldn't have the chest xray I need to wait till after delivery before I could have my visa decision..and its really unbearable waiting already.. I know guys you understand..

Thanks so much for those who will try to help..
Hello Crislehne,
Your situation is very delicate because your pregnant. It's not really advisable because it can harm your baby. It can increase the risks of eye abnormalities and mental retardation. I'm not sure where you can get one. But Australian Embassy always provides panel of doctors where you can have your medical.
If they ask you to do it, they'll give you the list of doctors and the hospital to go to.

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whats this form 80? The PMV checklist has no mention of a form 80
Hi if I am not mistaken form 80 is a personal character checklist of the main applicant. Mine is offshore so I am not sure if yours guys is onshore and if they did mentioned that in the onshore checlist.


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Hi if I am not mistaken form 80 is a personal character checklist of the main applicant. Mine is offshore so I am not sure if yours guys is onshore and if they did mentioned that in the onshore checlist.
hi jedwards, im applying for subclass 300/PMV and it is offshore theres no onshore, base in the checklist there's form 80 but A completed form 80 (if requested by the department). just wondering, if i need to submit it w/o asking by the department, thanks jedwards


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hi myleen, i have a question, i already filed my application and my form 80 is not included, can i submit it to them even if they are not asking for it? thanks alot

Hi Briana,
Just came across your question.
Yes you can submit Form 80 whilst your visa is processing. Usually they require one. When I went to PMV application last year. My CO requested Form 80 from me.
But still up to you

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