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Old 08-17-2011, 01:58 AM
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With regards to the receipts, would it be the original one or just send the scanned/photocopies of it? Thanks.

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With regards to the receipts, would it be the original one or just send the scanned/photocopies of it? Thanks.

have a nice day.
hi 4everblue
Do you mean travel receipts? If so the only thing I have to go on is this note in the PMV Application Document Checklist ``Do not provide original documents unless requested''. hope that helps
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hi 4everblue
Do you mean travel receipts? If so the only thing I have to go on is this note in the PMV Application Document Checklist ``Do not provide original documents unless requested''. hope that helps
Peter
Hi PeterS,

Yes and also engagement ring receipt, hotel receipts when we went to sydney and etc.

Thanks for your reply PeterS.


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Hi PeterS,

Yes and also engagement ring receipt, hotel receipts when we went to sydney and etc.

Thanks for your reply PeterS.
hi 4everblue
According to Dept of Immigration in Sydney, if you include any photocopy documents they should be certified, including reciepts. Unless of course you want to send the originals. You might want to call the VIA centre in Manila on 63 2 845 9200 - assuming you are in Manila - to make sure.
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hi 4everblue
According to Dept of Immigration in Sydney, if you include any photocopy documents they should be certified, including reciepts. Unless of course you want to send the originals. You might want to call the VIA centre in Manila on 63 2 845 9200 - assuming you are in Manila - to make sure.
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Hi,
I can assure you that you only need certified photocopies of important documents, and things like receipts, photos, cards/invitations, skype/msn print-outs, ect, don't have to be certified When they say "documents", they aren't actually referring to the things I mentioned.


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Hi,
I can assure you that you only need certified photocopies of important documents, and things like receipts, photos, cards/invitations, skype/msn print-outs, ect, don't have to be certified When they say "documents", they aren't actually referring to the things I mentioned.
thanks for clearing that up Sarah. I suspected that was the case and had my doubts as to whether the person i spoke to actually knew what she was talking about. That's why I advised 4everblue to contact VIA in Manila.

While you're there, would you know if any documents are needed to go with 47sp to prove that the applicant or the sponsor have not been married before?

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thanks for clearing that up Sarah. I suspected that was the case and had my doubts as to whether the person i spoke to actually knew what she was talking about. That's why I advised 4everblue to contact VIA in Manila.

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I asked because I am not sure of, to find clarity of those doubts.

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While you're there, would you know if any documents are needed to go with 47sp to prove that the applicant or the sponsor have not been married before?
I think a Certificate of No Marriage Record (CENOMAR) will do. Because CENOMAR is a certification issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) stating that a person has not contracted any marriage. Also called a certificate of No Record of Marriage or Certificate of Singleness.


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While you're there, would you know if any documents are needed to go with 47sp to prove that the applicant or the sponsor have not been married before?

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Peter
No problem. You only need to show that there is no legal impediment to the marriage. So if you have been married before, you should provide your divorce certificate, or as it is worded in the booklet:

Evidence that there is no impediment to you marrying your fiancé(e) (for example and as appropriate, if either you and/or your fiancé(e) have been previously married or a previous spouse has died, a certified copy of the divorce decree absolute or the death certificate of the deceased spouse);


4everblue also suggested a good piece of evidece "Certificate of No Marriage Record (CENOMAR) from the National Statistics Office (NSO)". But basically you can legally get married if you are older than 18 years, and if you are not currently married.

You might want to read page 32 of the partner migration booklet:
http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/booklets/1127.pdf
It will give you a comprehensive list of everything you will need to provide


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I asked because I am not sure of, to find clarity of those doubts.



I think a Certificate of No Marriage Record (CENOMAR) will do. Because CENOMAR is a certification issued by the National Statistics Office (NSO) stating that a person has not contracted any marriage. Also called a certificate of No Record of Marriage or Certificate of Singleness.
oh, thanks very much for that.


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Hi Shky, thank you so much for the information.

In the PMV checklist certified copies of Passport and Birth Certificate are needed. Where am I going to certify it? A photo copy of them and get notarized by the Attorney would be acceptable?

Secondly, aside from Part I Documents checklist of 47sp. Are there any documents needed to submit? Please help. Thanks... God bless


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