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It's my 1st tv I applied sept.2011 and it was granted and now Its my 3rd tv visa here.Its been a week I'll wait to my tv.Ive never passed any bank statement since in my 1st to third tourist visa but still luckily I am they grant my application.In my 2nd tv I apply 2 weeks after I arrive Phils and in my 3rd took me 5 months here coz he save more for my 2 visas
Hi abc. During your first TV, what were the documents you submitted? What's the proof you passed for them to believe that youre coming back to philippines? Can you enumerate the docs if possible? thanks.


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Hi abc. During your first TV, what were the documents you submitted? What's the proof you passed for them to believe that youre coming back to philippines? Can you enumerate the docs if possible? thanks.
In my first tv I was employed that time so I passed my certificate of employment,passport, our chat logs, picture of me and my hubby together( I only pass 1 picture )and NBI, for his docs is passport, his passport stamp indicating he's been visited me here in Phil's and invitation letter.


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im surprised you're still awake princess.Its already 12 a.m. there. Anyway thanks so much for the consistent quick response.
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So both of us will be making a statutory declaration?
For my tourist visa, my hubby made invitation letter and statutory declaration. Statutory declarations must be signed by a JP (Justice of Peace) or any authorized persons that can sign the stat dec under the Statutory Declarations Act
I did an intent letter only.

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I will need to state in there the real reason why i'll travel there and reasons for coming back too?
You will have to state these in your intent letter and with your hubby's invitation letter


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Also the financial documents will be done by my husband too right?
Yes. But if you have money transfer receipts, you may include it as well (e.g., western union receipts or bank transfers, etc)


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How about the medical requirements for TV?how does this go?
If you are applying for 3 months TV, you will not be required for health check up. I believe it is for 6 months TV and more.



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thanks Princess. I pray everything will be fine. I'm nervous yet excited.
I know how you feel. It is good to ask questions. Like you, I am still learning too!

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In my first tv I was employed that time so I passed my certificate of employment,passport, our chat logs, picture of me and my hubby together( I only pass 1 picture )and NBI, for his docs is passport, his passport stamp indicating he's been visited me here in Phil's and invitation letter.
Thanks abc.
Im quite confused on what to do now.I am currently working however I am planning to resign only after I am sure that I can fly to Australia using TV or when my TV will be granted.

What do you think shall I do? Shall I disclose information that I am working now? give details of my employment? and submit a certificate of employment?

I don't want to resign from work before their decision for my TV.


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Thanks abc.
Im quite confused on what to do now.I am currently working however I am planning to resign only after I am sure that I can fly to Australia using TV or when my TV will be granted.

What do you think shall I do? Shall I disclose information that I am working now? give details of my employment? and submit a certificate of employment?

I don't want to resign from work before their decision for my TV.
I declare that I am working that time passed my COE but when I got my visa i resign to my job ))

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For my tourist visa, my hubby made invitation letter and statutory declaration. Statutory declarations must be signed by a JP (Justice of Peace) or any authorized persons that can sign the stat dec under the Statutory Declarations Act
I did an intent letter only.


You will have to state these in your intent letter and with your hubby's invitation letter



Yes. But if you have money transfer receipts, you may include it as well (e.g., western union receipts or bank transfers, etc)



If you are applying for 3 months TV, you will not be required for health check up. I believe it is for 6 months TV and more.




I know how you feel. It is good to ask questions. Like you, I am still learning too!
Yehey!Thanks Princess. I'm thankful you really answered all my queries.

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Also the financial documents will be done by my husband too right?
Yes. But if you have money transfer receipts, you may include it as well (e.g., western union receipts or bank transfers, etc)

Does this mean the money that he sends me (he sends me money through bank transfers as he has two cards ,both cards are under his name) ???? and withdrawal transactions I have done? Oh no. I didn't keep the receipts


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I declare that I am working that time passed my COE but when I got my visa i resign to my job ))
haha. okay simple and brief answer
That's what I'll do then .
I am just afraid they will call my company and ask questions like blah blah blah. Of course I dont want to inform the company ahead that I'll be resigning soon as I'm processing TV.
I want to resign right after my tourist visa will be granted.
I hope they wont call, will they? what do you think?


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My first TV, I was employed. Passed the holiday form signed by the authorized company personnel. It was granted.
My second TV, I was employed. Passed the holiday form signed by the authorized company personnel. It was granted then I resigned.
My third TV, I am unemployed but with the ongoing spouse visa application. It was granted too.
Hopefully, they will grant my spouse visa soon already. LOL

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Does this mean the money that he sends me (he sends me money through bank transfers as he has two cards ,both cards are under his name) ???? and withdrawal transactions I have done? Oh no. I didn't keep the receipts
It is ok, as long as he mention in his stat dec that he will fully support your travel to Australia I am sure that in his credit card statements, his bank transfers to you will be shown.

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My first TV, I was employed. Passed the holiday form signed by the authorized company personnel. It was granted.
My second TV, I was employed. Passed the holiday form signed by the authorized company personnel. It was granted then I resigned.
My third TV, I am unemployed but with the ongoing spouse visa application. It was granted too.
Hopefully, they will grant my spouse visa soon already. LOL
Who could have been luckier than you here?lol. ALL TV granted.
You will for sure have that spouse visa real soon .

I don't know what to do Princess. HELP. haha.
I am just 3 months employed in my company and I am sure they wont allow me to take holidays for as much as 2-3 months period.

WAAAAAHHH .. any idea what's the best thing for me to do?
Need your advise. love love <3


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