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Old 04-26-2013, 11:59 AM
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Hi Kang...do you think that maybe cause you were granted a tourist visa that your PMV was processed quicker? My application was almost same time frame but only just realized I had a CO...

Anyway big congrats on the visa n im sure a lot of family get togethers are coming up...lol


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Hi!!!

I'm helping out a friend who is about to lodge a Partner visa for her husband... She has a dilemma on how to convince the immigration that she can support her husband as she is currently studying and getting support from the Centrelink. By the way, my friend is a Phil-Australian Citizen. What do you think is the best way to convince the immigration of her capacity to support her Filipino husband?

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Hi, its not really a matter of trying to convince immigration, they take all the information in your application & make a decision. Newly arrived immigrants don't receive any assistance from the Government for the first 2 years therefore they need to be convinced that you can provide 100% financial support for both of you. There is the option of getting someone else in Australia to be a sponsor, someone who is in a good financial position that has a full time job, it doesn't have to be the partner that sponsors, doing it this way would be a very good option.

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Old 04-26-2013, 12:47 PM
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Hi Allansarh -

The requirements for the onshore partner visa are a bit different than the PMV visa. Most importantly, you'll need 2 form 888's signed by Australian citizens or permanent residents declaring the genuineness of your relationship, and these forms must be signed no more than 6 weeks prior to lodgement. Beyond that, the relationship evidence for the partner visa focuses more on living together aspects than the PMV visa does.

For complete requirements, see the immi.gov.au site for the 820 visa, or Google "820 visa checklist" for the checklist from immi.gov.au. The Partner Visa Booklet referred to in this thread will also be helpful.

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Help for apply partner visa subclass 820 onshore australia...
I post a thread about this matter separate in this forum but i think i can have more help in this thread..Thanks
Hello everyone,
Can anyone help what to prepare for partner visa subclass 820 applying onshore Australia, Can some help me where to start, im confuse about the checklist.. Is there anyone here in forum apply the partner visa 820 onshore, can u help me what are the requirments? is it still the same all the requirements when u apply the PMV..Pls someone help me and give me the list of the requirements for PARTNER VISA SUBCLASS 820.. Thank you in advance..

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Hi Kang...do you think that maybe cause you were granted a tourist visa that your PMV was processed quicker? My application was almost same time frame but only just realized I had a CO...

Anyway big congrats on the visa n im sure a lot of family get togethers are coming up...lol
I don't think so. I just made sure that I had all the documents needed. I was only asked once for additional docs and after a month CO emailed me asking when I'm leaving australia and that was it. Thank you it's not gonna be that big though just the important people. We have the same CO and im sure yours is next. Thank you

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Hey Murloc, you taught me something. see you can learn something new everday

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Hi guys I just want to share the great news. I just arrived from sydney yesterday from a 3 month holiday. I emailed my CO first thing in the morning today with regards on my arrival and had a response 7 hours later. I am very grateful to span the overwhelming news that my visa has been granted.

Congratz Girl....happy for you, i told you your C.O is just waiting for your arrival in phil...well anyway when will u come back here again...remember our bday is coming we will celebrate in the park hahahaha...
See u soon..

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hello yeah just same the pmv.. all requirements are same too..


Thanks for replying Jonacp,
So i need to get a single status also and NBI from the phil? im a little bit confuse about it..

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Hi Allansarh -

The requirements for the onshore partner visa are a bit different than the PMV visa. Most importantly, you'll need 2 form 888's signed by Australian citizens or permanent residents declaring the genuineness of your relationship, and these forms must be signed no more than 6 weeks prior to lodgement. Beyond that, the relationship evidence for the partner visa focuses more on living together aspects than the PMV visa does.

For complete requirements, see the immi.gov.au site for the 820 visa, or Google "820 visa checklist" for the checklist from immi.gov.au. The Partner Visa Booklet referred to in this thread will also be helpful.

Best,

Mark Northam


Thank you so much Mark for replying..i had the checklist now and your reply help me a lot..thanks and God Bless, have a good day..

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hi everyone,

i just have decided to email the embassy as we have been waiting for 3 months and 2 weeks hearing nothing from them since i lodged the application here in makati. i got a automated reply and this is what i got"...we will not respond to enquiries about status of a visa application that is currently withing visa processing service standards,..." and encourage me to read the embassy website link.

Does it mean i have to wait till 6 to 9 months before i get a response from them? Till now i have not been contacted by anyone from them a CO or someone on the visa office.

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Hi all,

more approved visa soon

Just keep the faith.

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