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Old 11-06-2012, 10:46 AM
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Hi erikawislon;68246!

Here's the link for the spouse visa application

Partner Visa: Offshore Temporary and Permanent (Subclasses 309 and 100)
thanks jajp23.I will need to read this to fully understand what I want.

P.S. any idea on lodging the application for visa 309 and tourist at the same time? maybe pros and cons of processing these together?


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Old 11-06-2012, 10:56 AM
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If you've only resided in the Philippines for more than 12 months in the last 10 years, yes it is the NBI Clearance. If you resided outside Philippines, you need to get a police clearance from that country.
jajp23: will i need to pass nbi clearance when i lodge application? what kind of nbi? for travel abroad? thank you jajp23. I believe you are in australia now. can you share to me how you did your visa 309 and tourist visa??
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Old 11-06-2012, 11:15 AM
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jajp23: will i need to pass nbi clearance when i lodge application? what kind of nbi? for travel abroad? thank you jajp23. I believe you are in australia now. can you share to me how you did your visa 309 and tourist visa??
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Hi erikawilson! Yeah I'm in Oz but I'm on skilled migrant visa... We're applying for my husband's spouse visa 309. Actually I don't have any idea on tourist visa...

Regarding NBI clearance, yes you need to submit. My husband submitted NBI clearance for travel abroad, I'm just not sure if that's correct. If I'm not mistaken, I've read in this forum that NBI clearance should be for migration to Australia.

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Tourist and spousal..yes possible...
Thanks for that. I will be lodging a Partner Visa (subclass 300) and a Tourist Visa at the same time. So that I can travel back to Australia while waiting for the result of my partner visa. I was there in May for a 3 months holiday.


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Thanks for that. I will be lodging a Partner Visa (subclass 300) and a Tourist Visa at the same time. So that I can travel back to Australia while waiting for the result of my partner visa. I was there in May for a 3 months holiday.
kang,need your help .
I think will be doing the same thing except im processing for visa 309.
Can you share to me things u prepared? or what are the requirements for both?
is it okay to lodge application at the same time? will it not be complicated?


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Old 11-06-2012, 01:07 PM
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Good Morning Guys!

@ Crislehne... that's frustrating! why can't they just ask for the additional documents all at the same time?! Didn't you submit an AFP check before? it was on the checklist that if there's any child migrating the sponsor has to get AFP right? did they ask for a new one? I think AFP was valid for a year...

@ Mahal... I understand how you feel with all her questions but just look at the bright side... you're done with the interview... I hope your co won't ask for anymore additional documents..

Yes they have the power over our visa application and all we can do is wait and wait and wait
Hi champagne, the Afp the CO recently asked is mine, coz apparently I stayed in AU for 12 mos, but I said it wasn't continuous stay, there are weeks gap, anyway i passed that AFP today, hopefully the CO will be happy with it and give visa grant this week. Lets keep hoping and praying ladies..god is good.

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thanks jajp23.I will need to read this to fully understand what I want.

P.S. any idea on lodging the application for visa 309 and tourist at the same time? maybe pros and cons of processing these together?
So far all the documents on the checklist and thats the link were you could check yours. When are you planning to lodge your application?


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Old 11-06-2012, 11:59 PM
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So far all the documents on the checklist and thats the link were you could check yours. When are you planning to lodge your application?
Kang, we're planning to lodge visa subclass 309 and tourist visa if possible on the 3rd week of november.

Kang,im scared applying for tourist visa will delay the approval of visa subclass 309.Do you think it will affect ?


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Old 11-07-2012, 12:42 AM
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Kang, we're planning to lodge visa subclass 309 and tourist visa if possible on the 3rd week of november.

Kang,im scared applying for tourist visa will delay the approval of visa subclass 309.Do you think it will affect ?
Hi Erika,

My apologies I haven't replied to your PM yet as me and hubby went for holidays out of town. I will try and make a list for you but it is a long list and similar to the partner visa checklist from the immi website. And checklists for one partner visa application varies as per the individual cases especially I have dependents with individual circumstances and requirements. This is the checklist I have used: Partner Visa: Offshore Temporary and Permanent (Subclasses 309 and 100) Application Document Checklist

Don't be afraid on travelling to Oz while your partner visa is processing. See below quote from Australian Embassy-Manila.
Persons who lodge a permanent (family) visa application who then apply for a temporary visa to travel to Australia should be aware that the processing of their permanent visa application will continue.

This means that such persons will be required to comply with any permanent visa application processing requests (or requests for additional information) during both during the time of processing of the temporary visa application, or, possible temporary visa grant period.

• Submit a complete application and include all supporting documents. This is the single most important factor in allowing us to make a quick decision.

• Provide an e-mail address. This enables us to communicate with you quickly and efficiently.
All the best Erika! And to all of us here who are still waiting for the visa grant!

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Kang, we're planning to lodge visa subclass 309 and tourist visa if possible on the 3rd week of november.

Kang,im scared applying for tourist visa will delay the approval of visa subclass 309.Do you think it will affect ?
Hi erikawilson, in my opinion, a potential problem you may be faced with is when after lodgement, the DIAC needs you to submit any other documents/requirements for your 309, and you happen to be in Australia on visitor's visa, you will have to go back to Manila to deal with it. You're usually given x number of days to comply with what they ask for and if you are not able to submit the requirement immediately because you are in Australia, then it could delay the approval of your 309.

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