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Old 11-12-2012, 04:56 AM
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Hi Guys! Please I really need help specially for those who submitted a Partner Visa (subclass 300). Do we really need to provide a letter from an Authorised Marriage Celebrant?

Yes, you have to. If your partner lives in Australia, he/she has to see a Marriage Celebrant and tell the date you intend to get married, the Marriage Celebrant will give the NOIM ( Notice Of Intended Marriage ) where you gonna submit it along with your other docs. hope it helps. Good luck! :-)

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Old 11-12-2012, 05:22 AM
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Hi guys, has anyone here applying for Temporary Spouse Visa onshore in Melbourne?

Any Idea or how you guys did it? how much did you pay?

Thanks


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Old 11-12-2012, 05:42 AM
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Hi guys, has anyone here applying for Temporary Spouse Visa onshore in Melbourne?

Any Idea or how you guys did it? how much did you pay?

Thanks
I did my 820 spousal last May 2012.. I've personally submitted it to the DIAC office in Melbourne.. And paid 965$ since I still have a valid PMV.. approval is after 5 weeks and 2 days.


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I did my 820 spousal last May 2012.. I've personally submitted it to the DIAC office in Melbourne.. And paid 965$ since I still have a valid PMV.. approval is after 5 weeks and 2 days.

Hi xeelah, thanks for the reply, what are the documents did you submit?
did you include the joint bank accounts, house lease...omg, I hope it wouldn't be as hard as the pmv collecting evidences.

thanks again xeelah :-)


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Old 11-12-2012, 09:08 AM
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Gud evening to all. Guys can I ask how can my fiancee provide additional documents in one package? Just now the immi ask her to provide additional docs.

Further Information
In order for us to assess your application, you are required to provide the additional documentation or
further information outlined below. You must submit one original and one photocopy/xerox of each
document.

APPLICANT
Bridal check (Certificate of No Marriage) for the applicant from the NSO. (Please refer to the
NSO website at https://www.ecensus.com.ph for current procedures on how to apply for
documents online. Please note that we only accept NSO documents which were obtained using
the prescribed procedure.)
(If you have initiated this process with NSO, please provide the NSO e-census receipt).
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Groom check (Certificate of No Marriage) for the applicant from the NSO. (Please refer to the
NSO website at https://www.ecensus.com.ph for current procedures on how to apply for
documents online. Please note that we only accept NSO documents which were obtained using
the prescribed procedure.)
(If you have initiated this process with NSO, please provide the NSO e-census receipt).
Please provide this information within 49 days of the date of this letter. This prescribed period
applies whether you are in the Philippines or overseas (such as in Australia on a visitor visa). If
you cannot provide the information within 49 days you should contact this office as soon as possible
and explain or provide any compelling or compassionate reason/s why you are unable to do so. If you
do not provide the requested information within 49 days your application may be decided without the
information requested being taken into account.
You should forward all the requested documents, in a single package, to the Embassy via courier.

She already provided her cenomar. How can she photocopy/xerox the cenomar as we know that it will be directly forwarded to the embassy.

Thanks po in advance.


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Hi raeocf: she has to email the immigration as soon as possible. I was being asked just like your fiancee's situation before. In the email, write down the E- census receipt, the one who received the docs at the embassy ( emailed by the nso ), the type of the visa she's applying for and the reference # so they can locate and review your application/docs.. everything will be ok.
Or call the embassy about the situation.

Hope it helps :-)


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hello! Is she in the Phils now?
Yep she's in the phils now.


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Hi raeocf: she has to email the immigration as soon as possible. I was being asked just like your fiancee's situation before. In the email, write down the E- census receipt, the one who received the docs at the embassy ( emailed by the nso ), the type of the visa she's applying for and the reference # so they can locate and review your application/docs.. everything will be ok.
Or call the embassy about the situation.

Hope it helps :-)
Hi tenks for the quick reply. My fiancee did'nt recieve confirmition that her cenomar was recieve at the embassy 😞.can i also ask how did you submit the photocopy/xerox?


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Old 11-12-2012, 10:17 AM
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Hi tenks for the quick reply. My fiancee did'nt recieve confirmition that her cenomar was recieve at the embassy 😞.can i also ask how did you submit the photocopy/xerox?
Sorry to hear about that

You did it online right? Did you guys select the Australian Embassy address? How long already since you applied online?
or I mean tick the (Deliver the document to this embassy) then select Australian Embassy Manila? I did my birth, cenomar online.. I applied PMV 300 just few months ago..I did not submit any photocopies. I received a confirmation from the NSO that my docs were dispatched on a specific date and who received the docs at the embassy..

why not call the NSO? or do it again if you guys not tight on budget..


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