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Old 05-24-2013, 11:48 PM
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Hi Krysta88.
I had almost the same problem with sending aditional documents to my wife in Manila. The AFP sent her australian police check to her address 2 times, that she did not get it.( she still don't have it , after 3 months).
I contacted her CO, asking if I can have it sent directly to the embacy, and they gave me the address, which I gave to the AFP. They sent the police check direct to the embacy, and her CO got it with in a week.
I dont know if I can post their address here, but you need to put your name and your File number on the package and addrss it to your CO.
That was far easier than trying to get it to her first.
Your partner can courier it to you, but that can be expensive, depending on how fast he wants it to get there. FedEx overnight is $100.00 for just a couple of documents.
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Hi Kysta88,
Can i juz asked when u lodged the application?
You can probably sent your CO an email directly and enquire where ur partner can address the documents.. =)

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Stop stressing, they are just beginning to process April applications, just email the Embassy and ask is it alright for him to send it directly to the Embassy. If it is okay then

Just tell your fiancée to mail them directly to
Australian Embassy
Level 23-Tower 2 RCBC Plaza
6819 Ayala Avenue
Makati City, 1200

You need to put your name and your File number on the package and address it to your CO if you have one yet. Tell him to send it registered mail so he will know when the Embassy receives it. Do not send it express post as it is not about speed it is around security and knowing the Embassy receives it.

I personally also would get him to send you via normal post an additional 4 photos in case there is some issue in the future. Besides you get another photo of him

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Is the same address that you used

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Old 05-25-2013, 06:54 AM
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hi Ausieboy,
Yes, that is the same address that they sent me...


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Old 05-25-2013, 07:06 AM
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So there you have it Krysta88, now can I suggest you find yourself a hobby and relax. Maybe cook a bit of pansit or chicken adobo (not sure I spelt this right), I am wishing my fiancée was here to cook that for me as it is the best tasting thing.

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Old 05-26-2013, 02:58 AM
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sorry to hijack this thread,but i think i might need a decree,i have been married and divorced in japan,i have divorce papers but no decree,i want to go to australia on a pmv,do you think i will need a decree,has any one just put in there divorce papers only no decree are immi ok with that.other wise its going to be months added to our wait if i need to get a decree.


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On the divorce papers, does it say the divorce has taken effect by a certain date and does it also have an officials signature and a stamp from the court if so that should be enough but double check with the embassy. Email the embassy a scanned copy so they know what you are talking about.

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thank you ,aussieboy thats a very good idea.


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Thanks college girl, I emailed them back in February to ask something and they mentioned the medicals had been referred then so it must be almost 4 months. Last week they said it had been passed onto the health operations centre and they are just waiting for a member of the commonwealth to check the medicals.. So hopefully soon we will know something.. :-)

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Hi, when I emailed the embassy a month ago to follow up my application, they said a case officer was assigned to me... And the case officer was waiting for my medical result. Did ur Co mentioned on the email that ur partner's medical is referred? If u dont mind me asking, has ur partner had health issues like, had previous tb or hepatitis? Im a bit worried here, cuz I had previous tb 20years ago and I honestly declared it in the health form during my health exams. If they said it was passed on to the HOC, I guess it would take ages as they have a backlog of 4 months ooohhhh.

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Hi yes his medicals were referred, he has no health issues that's he's aware of.. Still just waiting and waiting on the results..

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