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Old 11-07-2012, 10:46 AM
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Need anyone who can help. My partner is on the process of divorce and the court already issued him that it will be finalize soon they gave him acknowledgement and copy. Is it possible to apply a partner visa in connection with this?


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With the financial req, youre partner needs to have statutory declaration that he will cover all your financial needs, accommodation etc, in your stay there, it will also help to have a employment certificate here to prove that you have a job to return with..
Thanks chrislehne. How about if I will resign from work? Because of course they will not allow me to take a leave for a month or two.
Will i still need to pass a cert of employment though I already resigned? haaayyy..


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Congratulations!
Congratulations! Hope ours will grant soon too.


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Thanks chrislehne. How about if I will resign from work? Because of course they will not allow me to take a leave for a month or two.
Will i still need to pass a cert of employment though I already resigned? haaayyy..
Not necessary to pass then. The very impt thing is the stat dec from your partner that he will cover u for everything.. Then if he needs to show bank statement, and payslip if he is working

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Not necessary to pass then. The very impt thing is the stat dec from your partner that he will cover u for everything.. Then if he needs to show bank statement, and payslip if he is working
What will i need then for them to believe that ill be coming back here and that my only purpose of staying there is to see my husband while waiting for visa 309???


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visa granted today...yipeeeee
Congratulations elsiemf! Happy for you.hope ours will grant soon too. Keep praying


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What will i need then for them to believe that ill be coming back here and that my only purpose of staying there is to see my husband while waiting for visa 309???
Your number 1 incentive to return is for the grant of your spouse visa. That is enough evidence for you to return. Plus your husband's statutory declaration that he will send you back to Philippines before your tourist visa expires.

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Your number 1 incentive to return is for the grant of your spouse visa. That is enough evidence for you to return. Plus your husband's statutory declaration that he will send you back to Philippines before your tourist visa expires.
im surprised you're still awake princess.Its already 12 a.m. there. Anyway thanks so much for the consistent quick response.

So both of us will be making a statutory declaration? I will need to state in there the real reason why i'll travel there and reasons for coming back too?
Also the financial documents will be done by my husband too right?
How about the medical requirements for TV?how does this go?

thanks Princess. I pray everything will be fine. I'm nervous yet excited.


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Hi gorgeous22.My husband and I do actually have the same concern as you do.We will lodge spousal visa on last week of november and also planning to apply for tourist visa while waiting for visa 309. I think you have further ideas on this matter than i do so can u share some of your plans,the things u prepared,the pros and cons of applying two visas.will tourist visa a cause of denial of visa 309?
Thanks in advance gorgeous.

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Hi! Sure I will share you some information.
Better lodge it the same time because tourist visa processing days is much faster than spousal which might be from 3-9 months, though some here were granted earlier than that.
You should lodge tourist first or both at the same time, because if u lodge your spousal and after 3 months apply for tourist then your spousal might be granted today and your tourist the next day then the current visa will be the one to be use and the first one is gone.( I have read this as well on some websites and posts )
The current visa will take effect and will be the one that is valid.

If you lodge your tourist and spousal then u might be granted a tourist visa in less than a month. You should advice your CO that you will be traveling to Australia for 3 or 6 months holiday whatever the duration stated on your visa. You will not be granted a spousal visa as long as you are in Australia, so your CO will advice you to go back to the Phil's when they have the decision, and they can only grant you a visa once you are in the Philippines.

We can be in our husband while waiting for the decision of our spousal as long as we have a valid visa to remain in Australia as tourist.


I don't have any idea about that, if it would cause a denial of spousal. I haven't heard of anyone being denied of spousal visa, as long as your relationship is genuine then there's no problem, if u meet all the criteria that's much better.

You can actually read some of my posts earlier and posts of our very helpful members. They did guide me in preparing my application for both.

I have prepared all my documents for tourist visa and the Managers check payable to the Australian Embassy Php 5,300.
All my documents are ready for spousal application too.
I told my husband to call DIAC on 131 881 in Australia to pay the spousal application fee which is $2,060. It was quicker and more convenient. He sent me an email for the receipt that I need to print.

My application will be pick up soon. I called VIA call center to pick up my documents and courier AIR21 will pick up it from where I live now and they will be the one to send it to Australian Embassy.

I will let you know how did I go with my application. You can also tell me about yours.

I hope this message will helps,

God Bless us all and Good luck.


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Old 11-07-2012, 12:59 PM
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Hi gorgeous22.My husband and I do actually have the same concern as you do.We will lodge spousal visa on last week of november and also planning to apply for tourist visa while waiting for visa 309. I think you have further ideas on this matter than i do so can u share some of your plans,the things u prepared,the pros and cons of applying two visas.will tourist visa a cause of denial of visa 309?
Thanks in advance gorgeous.

regards,

Erika
Hi! Sure I will share you some information.
Better lodge it the same time because tourist visa processing days is much faster than spousal which might be from 3-9 months, though some here were granted earlier than that.
You should lodge tourist first or both at the same time, because if u lodge your spousal and after 3 months apply for tourist then your spousal might be granted today and your tourist the next day then the current visa will be the one to be use and the first one is gone.( I have read this as well on some websites and posts )
The current visa will take effect and will be the one that is valid.

If you lodge your tourist and spousal then u might be granted a tourist visa in less than a month. You should advice your CO that you will be traveling to Australia for 3 or 6 months holiday whatever the duration stated on your visa. You will not be granted a spousal visa as long as you are in Australia, so your CO will advice you to go back to the Phil's when they have the decision, and they can only grant you a visa once you are in the Philippines.

We can be in our husband while waiting for the decision of our spousal as long as we have a valid visa to remain in Australia as tourist.


I don't have any idea about that, if it would cause a denial of spousal. I haven't heard of anyone being denied of spousal visa, as long as your relationship is genuine then there's no problem, if u meet all the criteria that's much better.

You can actually read some of my posts earlier and posts of our very helpful members. They did guide me in preparing my application for both.

I have prepared all my documents for tourist visa and the Managers check payable to the Australian Embassy Php 5,300.
All my documents are ready for spousal application too.
I told my husband to call DIAC on 131 881 in Australia to pay the spousal application fee which is $2,060. It was quicker and more convenient. He sent me an email for the receipt that I need to print.

My application will be pick up soon. I called VIA call center to pick up my documents and courier AIR21 will pick up it from where I live now and they will be the one to send it to Australian Embassy.

I will let you know how did I go with my application. You can also tell me about yours.

I hope this message will helps.

God Bless us all and Good luck.


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