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Old 01-05-2013, 07:16 AM
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Aussieboy...the immigration fees are in pesos so yes $2060 approx...n 900 pesos for VIA to send application to embassy in Manila.....but not anymore....since end of Nov 2012 the fees have increased quite a bit.

Re additional docs..what it means its that the are not convinced your relationship is above board or there is some little conflicting things regarding the lady's birth certificate, ex marriage, anullment or anything that the Phil govt issues cos the system here is akin to the middle ages....


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I applied 22.08.12 and senior CO requested additional proof of relationship on the 19.11.12. We were a bit light on with proof of relationship due to it being a fairly new relationship, so i to are playing the waiting game on hearing from the embassy.
I am also keen to chat to others who applied around the 22.08.12 to compare waiting times.


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Aussieboy...the immigration fees are in pesos so yes $2060 approx...n 900 pesos for VIA to send application to embassy in Manila.....but not anymore....since end of Nov 2012 the fees have increased quite a bit.

Re additional docs..what it means its that the are not convinced your relationship is above board or there is some little conflicting things regarding the lady's birth certificate, ex marriage, anullment or anything that the Phil govt issues cos the system here is akin to the middle ages....
I am glad i got in prior to Nov then but the fee was just under $2,000 10 years ago so i guess due to go up further. I suspected we were under the micropscope when they request the additional proof of relationship


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Old 01-05-2013, 09:03 AM
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$2,680 for a partner visa

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I am glad i got in prior to Nov then but the fee was just under $2,000 10 years ago so i guess due to go up further. I suspected we were under the micropscope when they request the additional proof of relationship
Crikey just checked out the new cost $2,680 for a partner visa lodged outside of Australia(eg 309), i am still clutching my heart.

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Old 01-05-2013, 10:16 AM
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Hi, Omg! I received a mail today! My temporary visa is granted in just 4 working days! omg! I am so lucky huhuh! The immi received my docs on dec.24, 2012 and granted january 2! omg!!
I thought its gonna be long..yowww!!!
missinmahubby thank you so much!

Good luck to everyone! It will be yours soon!

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Hi Angela

Congratz to you. Can I know what documents did you provide when you applied for 820 onshore? Because I am going to apply this Month. I just got married last month dec2. Hope you will share your details so that I am able to know what things to prepare.
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:21 AM
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Hi,

Form 80 should be submitted with all the application forms, what yiu did was an offshore lodgement, youre on a 820/801 you shud have submitted ur form 80 with police check and NBI. Inportant forms such as 47sp,40sp, 80 shud not be missed on rhe first lodgement. How's ur med? Have you done it? Im an onshore applicabt also, would love to talk to u in private. PM me AngelaMay
Hi there

Hows your application going?
I will start gathering documents for me to apply an onshore visa 801/820.
What are the requirements needed any idea?
Hope you will share your experiences to me that would be a big help.

Goodluck


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Wow i have never heard of anything like this before


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CongratZ kang
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Hi Jhowiellyn
My fiance applied on the 22 August 2012 and they requested additional documents (proof of relationship) on 19 November. it appears that we have a senior case officer (i am thinking that is a bad thing) so i am keen to see how you progress. I anm brand new to this today so would really appreciate if you contact
Hello Aussieboy07 just wondering how many months/year with ur partner ?Im ahead of one day prior of your lodging date


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I applied 22.08.12 and senior CO requested additional proof of relationship on the 19.11.12. We were a bit light on with proof of relationship due to it being a fairly new relationship, so i to are playing the waiting game on hearing from the embassy.
I am also keen to chat to others who applied around the 22.08.12 to compare waiting times.
I applied last week of August. Got e-mail requesting further docs first week of December. NBI, cards, letters, etc. Don't worry about them asking further docs, it is a normal thing. Don't worry about the "senior case officer" label by your C.O. Most of the ones who handle permanent migration are "Senior Case Officers".

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