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Old 11-15-2012, 09:43 PM
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Hi everyone! My partner submitted his pmv application on the 5th of October 2012 and Recieved the acknowledgement email on the 8th of October 2012.nso n cenomAr were sent already and medical was done. I'm so worried that he doesn't have a case officer yet and it has been a month. I'm pregnant and giving birth on the 13th of February. I knw it takes up to 8 weeks to have a case officer. I knw I posted this last time but so worried that he won't be here before I give birth.
How do u knw u have a case officer already? Do they email you?
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hi majha23: They sent me email yesterday and they said CO are assessing applications lodged 21 August 2012. I lodged mine this month . Yes I think they will send email if CO has been allocated.
If you have submitted everything on the checklist, he should be fine. Its also fast if he has no dependents.
It all depends on the documents that he sent upon lodgement.
If CO contact him, you can tell the CO that you are pregnant and will deliver on February. I don't know if it helps but he/she should know that.

We have an applicant here, she is pregnant and she told the CO that she is pregnant. She was granted a visa after few months and flying this month to Australia.


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hi majha23: They sent me email yesterday and they said CO are assessing applications lodged 21 August 2012. I lodged mine this month . Yes I think they will send email if CO has been allocated.
If you have submitted everything on the checklist, he should be fine. Its also fast if he has no dependents.
It all depends on the documents that he sent upon lodgement.
If CO contact him, you can tell the CO that you are pregnant and will deliver on February. I don't know if it helps but he/she should know that.

We have an applicant here, she is pregnant and she told the CO that she is pregnant. She was granted a visa after few months and flying this month to Australia.
Hi majha23! Gorgeous is correct... Maybe you could send an email to the embassy saying that you are pregnant and is expected to deliver on February. You could actually do it even at this early stage of application as all email correspondence relating to your application are filed together so when the time comes that your assigned CO reviews your file, he or she would immediately know your situation. Let's say a CO has been assigned to you in January 2013, he/she could immediately make a decision considering your situation.

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hi majha23: They sent me email yesterday and they said CO are assessing applications lodged 21 August 2012. I lodged mine this month . Yes I think they will send email if CO has been allocated.
If you have submitted everything on the checklist, he should be fine. Its also fast if he has no dependents.
It all depends on the documents that he sent upon lodgement.
If CO contact him, you can tell the CO that you are pregnant and will deliver on February. I don't know if it helps but he/she should know that.

We have an applicant here, she is pregnant and she told the CO that she is pregnant. She was granted a visa after few months and flying this month to Australia.
Thanks for that gorgeous 22. He passed all the documents that needed. I even include the letter of my dr stating that I am pregnant n wen is my due date. We also include a copy of the ultrasound result when I was 18 weeks pregnant... Hopefully they won't ask more documents and if They do, I hope they would ask me now.... I'm so stressed out about this visa thing... Hopefully we will all have good news before Christmas thanks again


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Old 11-16-2012, 12:48 AM
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Hi majha23! Gorgeous is correct... Maybe you could send an email to the embassy saying that you are pregnant and is expected to deliver on February. You could actually do it even at this early stage of application as all email correspondence relating to your application are filed together so when the time comes that your assigned CO reviews your file, he or she would immediately know your situation. Let's say a CO has been assigned to you in January 2013, he/she could immediately make a decision considering your situation.

I'll do that jajp23... I'll email them today.. Thanks for the advice


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Hi allansarh! 47SP is accomplished by the applicant which include the applicant details and some query about the relationship. The CO did not asked anything about my husband's details, she just asked information about me. So make sure that you know your partner's details including family, important dates that you indicated in the forms (ie. when did you first met etc.) and those indicated in the stat declarations. I know someone who answered a different date from what was declared by the partner. The CO asked for additional documents from them and the visa was granted but to make sure, ensure that you read your partner's stat declaration.

By the way, I forgot to mention in my earlier post that the CO also asked when was the last time my husband and I saw each other.

Hope this helps!
Hi everyone, need some help. Anyone here knows how to lodge app for child? My friend is an Ausie citizens and he wants to get his kids. What sort of docs and forms he need to be able to lodge the app.? Thanks


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Old 11-16-2012, 03:55 AM
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majha23:
That's great.
I hope your husband will get his spouse visa on January or earlier.
Keep me posted. :-)
By the way where in Aus are you living? My husband is in QLD.

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Hi Allansarh,

There's a sticky entitled "Australia Forum Timeline" (10th thread from the top of the Immigration & Visa Forum page, as of today). Just follow the instructions written there. You'll then be sent an email of your timeline signature's link which you can copy and paste onto your postings. For this step, you will need to copy the link, go to your profile page, click on Customize Profile, click on Edit Signature, and then paste your timeline signature's link. Once done, it will automatically appear on your postings. (Same procedure when you wish to update it.)

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Hi marianina how are you girl? Do you know how to take a CFO? Visa not yet grant but wants to take CFO. Been siting and waiting for ages and got nothing to do. Thanks and godbless


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Old 11-16-2012, 04:02 AM
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Hi mahal! You can take your CFO now but you have to go back when you get your spouse visa so they can put the sticker on your Philippine Passport.


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here is the link mahal.

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