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Old 11-07-2012, 03:24 AM
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No need to say sorry Erika, I am more than happy to help!

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My CO emailed my agent on 23rd Oct for additional docs (my NBI and my 17 yr old daughter's NBI). My daugther already submitted hers the day after my agent emailed me. I am going home on 11th November. Will go straight to NBI to get my updated NBI certificate and send it to my CO with her name and my file reference number in the envelope so it would be sent to her directly, hopefully (fingers crossed). Usually, they give you 28 days to comply with the asked additional docs or whatever it is.

PS. My CO asked me to get an updated NBI marked with "valid for travel abroad"
Would never get tired thanking you Princess.The information you have shared is such a great help.I will be sharing all of these to my husband so we can decide well.

Last question ( i hope) , with regard to nso birth cert and marriage cert,do I have to submit a hard copy upon lodgement? As i was browsing through the members' posts ,I was informed that they submit it through online? how did this go by the way? :?


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Old 11-07-2012, 04:48 AM
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Would never get tired thanking you Princess.The information you have shared is such a great help.I will be sharing all of these to my husband so we can decide well.

Last question ( i hope) , with regard to nso birth cert and marriage cert,do I have to submit a hard copy upon lodgement? As i was browsing through the members' posts ,I was informed that they submit it through online? how did this go by the way? :?
I got married here in Australia so I do not need to request the NSO marriage certificate online. I may say I'm stubborn because I submitted our original marriage certificate that was issued by the Civil Registry Office here in Perth (but we have another hard copy requested from the Civil Registry after that).
My CO did not ask for NSO marriage certificate, only my birth certificate and my dependents and my CENOMAR (all online).

If you are married in Philippines, (I believe) your CO will ask it from you together with your NSO birth certificate as well which you will apply online. Your CO will give you information on how to do that. Make sure you ask her your file reference number as you will need it when requesting the same online. BUT, I submitted hard copies of these when I lodged although I know they will ask me again to request online! (I tend to exaggerate when it comes to documents but as they always say, the more the better!) LOL

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visa granted today...yipeeeee

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visa granted today...yipeeeee
Congrats,,How many months of u waiting?


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I got married here in Australia so I do not need to request the NSO marriage certificate online. I may say I'm stubborn because I submitted our original marriage certificate that was issued by the Civil Registry Office here in Perth (but we have another hard copy requested from the Civil Registry after that).
My CO did not ask for NSO marriage certificate, only my birth certificate and my dependents and my CENOMAR (all online).

If you are married in Philippines, (I believe) your CO will ask it from you together with your NSO birth certificate as well which you will apply online. Your CO will give you information on how to do that. Make sure you ask her your file reference number as you will need it when requesting the same online. BUT, I submitted hard copies of these when I lodged although I know they will ask me again to request online! (I tend to exaggerate when it comes to documents but as they always say, the more the better!) LOL
AHHHH.. I will send those too to make sure. LOL
I wonder when does a CO contact you? is it a week after your application? does a CO give instructions (such as the scheduled date for medical,the nso birth and marriage cert online submission or police check ) all together? Or a week after application a CO contacts you,advise you to have medical then your done. I mean you're temporarily done and all you have to do is wait for 2-3 months .

WAAAAhhhh.. I'm confused with my questions!lol

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Hi Erika,

The CO contacts you after 2-3months of lodgement of your visa application. But you will get an acknowledgement letter within 7days of your lodgement that tells you what other documents you need to send like the NSO documents thru the online system and also that you can have your medicals. Your automatic system generated acknowledgement letter will have your reference file number for the nso certificates and also for your medicals. so you dont have to submit a hard copy of your nso certificates when you lodge your application as it is clearly written in the australian embassy manila the procedure about submitting these documents.

Congratulations to you elsie!


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visa granted today...yipeeeee
Congratulations elsiemf!
I envy all of you who have visas already.


Hope to have one very soon too.
God bless us all.


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Hi Erika,

The CO contacts you after 2-3months of lodgement of your visa application. But you will get an acknowledgement letter within 7days of your lodgement that tells you what other documents you need to send like the NSO documents thru the online system and also that you can have your medicals. Your automatic system generated acknowledgement letter will have your reference file number for the nso certificates and also for your medicals. so you dont have to submit a hard copy of your nso certificates when you lodge your application as it is clearly written in the australian embassy manila the procedure about submitting these documents.

Congratulations to you elsie!
YEHEY! YEHEY! Thank you champagne! I'm glad I have a clearer understanding on this now. Weew.. Sana andito kayo sa CEBU ,lilibre ko kayo ng burger .
Thank you for all your responses everyone.BIG BIG HELP


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we're all in the same boat erika... now breathe and stay positive

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