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Old 03-08-2013, 10:28 AM
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Hi Alhei

Not sure about returning docs that you submitted...So in your application you originally submitted the NBI n Cenomar? Well so did i but when i got the acknowledgement letter n confirmation to do my medicals...i was also asked to get NBI clearences sent direct from them to embassy...it can be done online n pay thru whatever bank they choose in the 2 options.....its just cause they might believe your docs r not genuine....
I included my old nbi which expires last january. I wasnt able to get a new one befor application because i underwent an operation. About the cenomar, i didnt thought that it must be included too because we're married for 4 yrs now. As of today we already complied and i'll just keep my fingers crossed


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hi allansarh, thank you for your reply apparently i already complied with the additional documents, courier already pick it up today. Does it mean they are satisfied with the evidence that we provided? I actually submitted 5 envelopes, i know some will say that its too much its just that we want to provide them everything that can prove that the relationship is genuine
When I lodged I submitted one envelop.Thats why she ask another nbi coz yours is expire .You need to do online with your cenomar.Yeah even your married you need to pass cenomar.I remembered that's my additional docs when co contacted me


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When I lodged I submitted one envelop.Thats why she ask another nbi coz yours is expire .You need to do online with your cenomar.Yeah even your married you need to pass cenomar.I remembered that's my additional docs when co contacted me
Yeah silly me, we wer so excited to submit our application without double checking the checklist lolz. Oh well wish me luck thank u for answering my queries it means a lot


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Yeah silly me, we wer so excited to submit our application without double checking the checklist lolz. Oh well wish me luck thank u for answering my queries it means a lot
No worries ,Just keep on praying


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hi allansarh, thank you for your reply apparently i already complied with the additional documents, courier already pick it up today. Does it mean they are satisfied with the evidence that we provided? I actually submitted 5 envelopes, i know some will say that its too much its just that we want to provide them everything that can prove that the relationship is genuine
Hello Alhei,
Ok that good you already submitted that add. docs they ask...
Im not sure if they are satisfied with your evidences, but if u had read at the checklist the embassy dont wish a bulky paper works just enough, 5 envelops are too much,in my case i only include important docs, my photos only 20 but they said its too much, my emails about only 5,chat history - 2 chats per month..so something like that..maybe thats the reason why they return some of your evidence papers coz maybe its too much...
Dont worry it will be alright..

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Finally i get a response from the embassy saying that her application is still actively being processed. Not sure who it was that responded as it just said B. Pena and no job title. The email they responded to had a politician cc to it maybe that made the difference

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Finally i get a response from the embassy saying that her application is still actively being processed. Not sure who it was that responded as it just said B. Pena and no job title. The email they responded to had a politician cc to it maybe that made the difference
That's good news.Maybe just give a weeks and it will be on it.I know one of these day we will see you and your partner here in brissy


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Hi I'm new to writing on here but have been reading the threads on this forum for over a year now. My fiancÚ and I applied for PMV in Manila dec 18 2013. He has had the medical and now just submitted the requested nbi clearance.. Is this good news? Does that generally mean everything else is going through okay? We haven't submitted form 80- will they ask for this do you think?

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hi everyone, need some help about sponsor's eligibility: When i applied 309 spouse, i didnt include TAX records cuz my husband said he could not provide it, i just submit his certificate of employment. My question is would it be enough? And because i always tell him he should provide some more evidence, he sent his payslips (2 months) but has no JP sign on them, can i still submit payslips without JP's sign? my application is nearly 2 months now and i was thinking maybe its better to wait for the CO to contact me if i need to submit additional docs. So confuse here. Anyone who have ideas pls i need your help regarding this matter. Thanks.


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Hi Zhelmagnaye -

There is no specific requirement that tax records must be provided - by providing a certificate of (current) employment plus pay slips, that is often enough evidence to show the level of current employment. Usually on partner visa applications if they want more information, they'll request it from you - while there is no guarantee that they must give you the right to submit additional documentation or information, it's commonly done on PR visas such as the spouse visa.

Same issue re: JP - for identity documents it's very important, but for the rest it's a matter of how picky the case officer may be.

Hope this helps - it's taking 6 to 9 months to process applications in the Philippines from what we've seen.

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