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Old 05-13-2013, 12:38 AM
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It's a good thing i included my annullment transcript when we lodge the application.
What's worrying me is that, Im thinking of submitting another NBI bec what i had submitted, purpose is of course VISA AUSTRALIA bec that is what i was applying for, but reading through posts.. Anyone, you think i should get another NBI which has TRAVEL ABROAD as purpose? Geezz small details like that should be listed in requirements to avoid confusion just like on how we got my hubby's Police Clearance which mentioned which reason to choose, anyway, its the same results CLEARED or no criminal record on file..
Lodged our application 19th Feb, CO assigned but have'nt heard anything yet..
Its annoying that you have to wait 3mos for CO to let you know additional requirements they need.. That will add another 28days waiting.. Pfftttt.. ;((

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Hi amie27, we submitted an NBI clearance with AUSTRALIA VISA as purpose in our application. But, we've also prepared a clearance with TRAVEL ABROAD purpose (after submitting our visa application and upon reading some posts here in the forum) in case our CO would require it instead. Luckily, our CO was already satisfied with our first clearance. Though, it seems that it just depends on COs' preference (which should not be the case).


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Hi amie27, we used an NBI clearance with AUSTRALIA VISA as purpose in our application. Though, it seems that it just depends on COs' preference (which should not be the case).
Ok, thanks for that info. Guess, i should juz sit bck and juz wait for CO if would be needing additional docs. I used to tell off my hubby for being impatient but i myself was losing it.. Lolzzz
Anyway, seems very quiet these past few days.. Usually Friday is Lotto day as Aussieboy calls it..
Hopefully everything should be alright.

Gud luck to all waiting for their VISA.. )

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It's a good thing i included my annullment transcript when we lodge the application.
What's worrying me is that, Im thinking of submitting another NBI bec what i had submitted, purpose is of course VISA AUSTRALIA bec that is what i was applying for, but reading through posts.. Anyone, you think i should get another NBI which has TRAVEL ABROAD as purpose? Geezz small details like that should be listed in requirements to avoid confusion just like on how we got my hubby's Police Clearance which mentioned which reason to choose, anyway, its the same results CLEARED or no criminal record on file..
Lodged our application 19th Feb, CO assigned but have'nt heard anything yet..
Its annoying that you have to wait 3mos for CO to let you know additional requirements they need.. That will add another 28days waiting.. Pfftttt.. ;((



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I would think that you are very close to being asked for any additional docs that they may need.
3 months seems about the time when they ask for additional docs!!!!
If it was me I would wait until asked but I would get one and save some time if they ask for it.

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Old 05-13-2013, 01:43 AM
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I would think that you are very close to being asked for any additional docs that they may need.
3 months seems about the time when they ask for additional docs!!!!
If it was me I would wait until asked but I would get one and save some time if they ask for it.
I guess so, but i couldnt think of anything else that they would be needing... Even the lady who assisted me at VIA Center when i lodge our application was amazed coz i had everything asked on the checklist..
Anyway, cross our fingers.. Hopefully, if all goes well.. It would be forwarded to senior case officer..

BTW, i hav my 3 kids with the application, ages 15, 14 and 8yrs old. i had included an affidavit of consent from my ex for my 3 kids notarized by a lawyer and my Annullment Transcript. Anyone who knows alt docs CO might ask regarding my kids? Juz in case, so that i could start prep for it..

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I guess so, but i couldnt think of anything else that they would be needing... Even the lady who assisted me at VIA Center when i lodge our application was amazed coz i had everything asked on the checklist..
Anyway, cross our fingers.. Hopefully, if all goes well.. It would be forwarded to senior case officer..

BTW, i hav my 3 kids with the application, ages 15, 14 and 8yrs old. i had included an affidavit of consent from my ex for my 3 kids notarized by a lawyer and my Annullment Transcript. Anyone who knows alt docs CO might ask regarding my kids? Juz in case, so that i could start prep for it..

Thanks!

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Hi!

Just sharing.. When we applied for my husband's visa, I emailed the immigration asking what other documents they need for them to finalise my husband's visa application.. Initially, the agent replies to my email saying that so far no other docs required and if they need anything, the CO will contact us.. After several emails, the CO responded not the agent maybe she was annoyed (lol) saying the same thing so I just replied back that we'll just wait for her email.. After few days she sent the approval letter.. Another thing, when we send additional documents I would email them checking whether they received the documents we sent.. 2 days after they acknowledge the receipt of the additional docs, the approval letter was sent to us so I guess they don't really wait for the 29 days deadline before they look at the additional documents submitted. My advise is, make a follow up once you send the docs (i.e follow up on Wednesday when docs are sent on a Monday).

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I know of someone who they rejected the "travel abroad" and actually had to go back and with a lot of hassles get one to read "Travel to Australia". Though know others who just had Travel Abroad, gee it would be much easier I there was just one set of playing rules.

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Just sharing again.. For one reason or another, I know of someone whose PMV or de facto visa application was recently rejected.. I'm quite not sure what's the basis of denial 'coz the applicant was previously a "TNT" here in Oz.. But according to the sponsor, the reason is due to inconsistency in the telephone interview and I think what was declared. I also reckon that another reason could be the incapacity of the sponsor to sponsor the applicant and 4 children as the sponsor is receiving an allowance from Centrelink.

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Just sharing again.. For one reason or another, I know of someone whose PMV or de facto visa application was recently rejected.. I'm quite not sure what's the basis of denial 'coz the applicant was previously a "TNT" here in Oz.. But according to the sponsor, the reason is due to inconsistency in the telephone interview and I think what was declared. I also reckon that another reason could be the incapacity of the sponsor to sponsor the applicant and 4 children as the sponsor is receiving an allowance from Centrelink.
OK you got me , whats a TNT???

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Also stumped me TNT??
Yeah I don't think centrelink benefits meet the following unless you have shares or investments as well

If you want to sponsor your partner's visa application to migrate to Australia, you must sign a sponsorship undertaking.

If you sign this sponsorship undertaking, the following obligations apply while your partner is in Australia on this visa. You:
•are responsible for all financial obligations to the Australian Government that your partner might incur while they are in Australia
•agree to provide adequate accommodation and financial assistance as required to meet your partner's reasonable living needs. This assistance would cover their first two years in Australia
•will provide financial and other support, such as childcare, that will enable your partner to attend any English classes they need

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TNT (Tago Ng Tago; in English, always hiding) is a slang Filipino term for someone who is out of status or staying in the country illegally.


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