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Old 10-11-2012, 04:25 AM
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Hi - just reading your thread ... - our case officer just requested form 80 - we are applying for PMV 300 - so I was wondering about Question 23 part B - Partners details - should this be filled in or left blank as we are not yet married?


Any help much appreciated.

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Hmnnn gosh! That's quick not bad at all.! Im on a mixed emotions! It's killing me knowing I'll be away from my asawa and the period of waiting. Do we need to do some joint account since I'll be away from him? Sorry to bother guys, but please help me. I'm being delirious now
Joint account will help of course. It is one of the aspects the department requires as relationship evidence as this covers your life together in the future.

But in our case, we haven't sorted this out before application since I am in Philippines and sorting out the joint account in my hubby's bank is quite a pain. Last year when I was here, we applied for the joint account but I was denied as I only have one identification (only passport) and they require 2. They only accept 1 identification card when you apply for joint account within 15 days upon arrival in Australia. So last year we haven't, I went home on 2011 (PI) applied the spouse visa on 2012, come here again as tourist visa, applied for joint account within a week, it was processed, then applied for more credit cards, was successful, so now I have also the utility bills under my name which is one of the relationship evidence too if they require for more (in case). Just so happy that relationship evidences are just keep on piling up!

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"Nearly to get my visa" hopefully in God's grace!!!!

Fortunately I am here In Australia now with hubby and we are waiting for my visa grant together. It helps to be together during the processing period too. But honestly, we never talk about it in a depressing manner but just patiently waiting for it as we know it will come in the right time. I always believe to sort things out "slowly but surely". Just keeping myself busy at the moment!

All the best to you and everyone!
Hi just curious, how come your in Au? Did u lodged the application there? Coz as I know if u lodge it here, you should also bein the phils to have the visa..

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"Nearly to get my visa" hopefully in God's grace!!!!

Fortunately I am here In Australia now with hubby and we are waiting for my visa grant together. It helps to be together during the processing period too. But honestly, we never talk about it in a depressing manner but just patiently waiting for it as we know it will come in the right time. I always believe to sort things out "slowly but surely". Just keeping myself busy at the moment!

All the best to you and everyone!
Hi there.. Just curious.. How come youre in AU? Did you lodged your application there? Coz as I know you should be in the Phils when the visa decision comes out?

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Ohhh how lucky you are the ! Happy for that! So you also applied for tourist visa after lodging ur PMV? Is that right? May I know what type of tourist visa as I have less information about tourist visa? We are also thinking about getting tourist after lodging my PMV. Would that help?
I applied for Spouse Visa 309.

Tourist visa in Philippines is not so bad now. From 15 days processing, now it's down to 10 working days processing time only.

Use this tourist visa checklist should you wish to apply in the future.

This is the 48R application form for your tourist visa.

Note: Always download forms from the immi.gov.au website as they update the forms regularly.

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Hi there.. Just curious.. How come youre in AU? Did you lodged your application there? Coz as I know you should be in the Phils when the visa decision comes out?
Lodged it in Philippines then come here as tourist visa to be with hubby.

I will just go back home in PI once I am told to do so for the visa decision.

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Hi just curious, how come your in Au? Did u lodged the application there? Coz as I know if u lodge it here, you should also bein the phils to have the visa..


I'm in a working visa here when I met my lovely hubby. Fortunately, immigration told us that we can lodge it onshore but I'm having trouble with my boss ( diplomat) who doesnt want me to touch anything on my visa until I get back to PI. Such an awful feeling! Well, I dont wanna have any bad records so I'll give way for them. So yeah, I'll lodge it in PI.


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This forum is very helpful. I've been patiently waiting too since April. I miss my fiance very much. Goodluck to us all!

Date of application: 13 APRIL 2012
Applied from: Philippines, Manila
Visa type: 300 Prospective Marriage Visa
Medicals submitted (yes/no):25 APRIL 2012
Police check submitted (yes/no):24 AUGUST 2012
Date CO assigned: 18 JULY 2012
All the best elsie! you will hear from them very soon! be positive!

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Lodged it in Philippines then come here as tourist visa to be with hubby.

I will just go back home in PI once I am told to do so for the visa decision.
Oh I should have thought that.. Hmm coz I thought you cant travel again in AU once u lodged the partner visa.. Anyway, hopefully our decision will come out soon..thanks

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I applied for Spouse Visa 309.

Tourist visa in Philippines is not so bad now. From 15 days processing, now it's down to 10 working days processing time only.

Use this tourist visa checklist should you wish to apply in the future.

This is the 48R application form for your tourist visa.

Note: Always download forms from the immi.gov.au website as they update the forms regularly.
Imma
See that later tonight! Anyways thanks Princess! My bad I replied on Chrilene thats for you. Sorry ^_^


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