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Old 07-14-2011, 12:35 PM
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Wala kaming agent sky sariling sikap lang po lahat, ako lang po ang gumawa ng application ko with the help of my wife. Sinupply lang namin lahat ng evidence na sa tingin nmin makakatulong sa application.
Guys, just a friendly reminder about one of the terms of the forum:

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Many people from various different countries share the same visa situation, and it would be a shame if information and personal experiences were not shared among all members of the forum due to language. If you wish to engage in a private discussion in your mother-tongue, maybe this should be done via private messages

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Date of application: May 06, 2011

Nationality: Filipino

Visa type: Spouse Temp/Permanent Subclass 309/100

Offshore/onshore: Offshore - Australian Embassy Makati

Medicals submitted (yes/no): Front loaded

Police check submitted (yes/no): Front loaded

Date CO assigned: Not Notified ( the only notification i got was the acknowledgment letter and my GRANT letter..

Date visa granted: July 14, 2011.. it only took me 69 days ( 2 months and 9 days for my visa to be granted) Thank you Lord..

Good Luck Po sa ibang nag aantay ng visa nila..
Wow that is fast! If I may ask, how long was you together with your spouse?

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Wow that is fast! If I may ask, how long was you together with your spouse?
Hi, we met 2006 and started having relationship year 2007, got married last january 2011. Btw she is also a filipina and an australian citizen. I guess the mere fact that she is pregnant now and going to give birth this october fast track my application. When did you apply for your visa?


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I will be submitting my requirements next month. I am not pregnant tho like your wife lol We've been married for more than a year now and was in a 2-year relationship prior to that. That's very good news to everyone else waiting for their visa. It gave me hope in a way knowing I may not wait for 4-6 months. Fingers crossed!

Congrats again!


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I will be submitting my requirements next month. I am not pregnant tho like your wife lol We've been married for more than a year now and was in a 2-year relationship prior to that. That's very good news to everyone else waiting for their visa. It gave me hope in a way knowing I may not wait for 4-6 months. Fingers crossed!

Congrats again!


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Goodluck to you and hopefully you will get yours soon. Just be patient. Thanks


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Hello Rambutan. Congrats. The fact that I lodged mine April 18,2011 gave me hope that I hope to get my spouse visa soon. I also got married Jan 2011 and my husband is a Filipino too, same with your wife.

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Hello Rambutan. Congrats. The fact that I lodged mine April 18,2011 gave me hope that I hope to get my spouse visa soon. I also got married Jan 2011 and my husband is a Filipino too, same with your wife.
Thanks addyhottie,since we are under the same circumstances i guess your next to get your visa soon. Just be patient. i got my passport also yesterday and i will be travelling to australia this august 13. so excited to be reunited with my wife..


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Hi rambutan!

So envious lol! Hope ill get the same CO as yours! been searching for filipinos with the quickest timeline of application so far urs was the quickest.. That means it is possible for them to actually grant way less than what they want us to expect.. U gave me high hopes! Hahaha.. Congrats!

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Hi rambutan!

So envious lol! Hope ill get the same CO as yours! been searching for filipinos with the quickest timeline of application so far urs was the quickest.. That means it is possible for them to actually grant way less than what they want us to expect.. U gave me high hopes! Hahaha.. Congrats!
Hello ayen014, i never expected to get my visa so soon, i was expecting it to be granted minimum of 6 months since we are from a high risk country. And the best part of it was i never Asked for an interview and any further documents.hehe Never lose hope just keep praying and you will get through soon. When did you apply for your visa? Is it a pmv or spouse visa? Tc

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Hello ayen014, i never expected to get my visa so soon, i was expecting it to be granted minimum of 6 months since we are from a high risk country. Never lose hope just keep praying and you will get through soon. When did you apply for your visa? Is it a pmv or spouse visa? Tc
Applied for spouse visa last june 30.. Havent heard from them yet Except the acknowledgement letter which also says that there's a 2 months backlog of applications but what the heck! If its really for you it will be given right Gave our best to submit a complete ang huge pile of papers hehe.. My husband's a filipino as well and we just got married last May 14 =) gud luck on your trip and for a new life with wifey in au.


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