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Old 06-11-2013, 10:20 PM
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I think that policy also started 1st January
I submitted my application last year and my Cenomar/Birth Certs werent accepted because they want the documents coming from NSO. I am sure that policy has been around since last year.

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Oh no, this is my dilemma on my NBI cause mine indicates Visa Australia not Travel for abroad. But it's the green one that's meant for travel abroad.
If it says travel to Australia, it is fine to use. I know a few people including myself that had visa to Australia

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Old 06-11-2013, 10:39 PM
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sugarfly though in saying that if they have specifically sent you an email requesting travel abroad, I would go and get it. In the meantime you could submit the travel to Australia visa or email your CO and ask if travel to Australia will be accepted. Sadly sometimes there is no right or wrong way

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If it says travel to Australia, it is fine to use. I know a few people including myself that had visa to Australia
I second that, Aussieboy. My NBI Clearance was on green security paper and also had Visa Australia as purpose. I was not asked to have it re-done. Besides, I honestly do not think that the NBI's parameters for a record check would be any different if the purpose were Travel to Australia.

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An update,
after emailing the visa office last night in manila, i got a response from them containing the HAP ID required for the medical. i still dont have the letters required since they did not send ack email..
Have sent another email today requesting the same.

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Hi gnasher,
I remember I called St Luke to double check what requirements I should bring for medical check up. Through phone I told them my HAP ID only and they access my medical request.If you are in Manila, You can call them if you need to bring the letter or not. 02 5210020. You need to register online in their website too and print their confirmation.. I had medical last Jan 21, and the result took long because of backlog.... Anyway its ok now


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When you guys submitted your applicatiosn didn't you include NSO birth certificate and CENOMAR? Why do immi officers ask you to submit again? Just curious. Thanks.
Hi ,

I submittted all the Birth Cert,Marriage Cert signed by JP,
Still they request to receive the original documents including Cenomar from NSO send directly to embassy, i think for further checking. Actually I request NSO online two times since the record is late.We got married in Australia and Reported it to Phil embassy.

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Old 06-12-2013, 07:47 AM
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I second that, Aussieboy. My NBI Clearance was on green security paper and also had Visa Australia as purpose. I was not asked to have it re-done. Besides, I honestly do not think that the NBI's parameters for a record check would be any different if the purpose were Travel to Australia.
Hi Marianna and Aussieboy,

Thanks for the replies. I guess I just have to wait. I still got a long way to go. I wish I had discovered this forum ahead so I could have asked what purpose to write on my green-paper-NBI. It took me 15 days to get my clearance cause of my common name moreover, has a hit. I hope police clearance is not as tedious as NBI clearance.

Anyone scheduled to lodge their papers this June @ makati Via Center?


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Yes Superfly
Waiting is the preferred sport recommended by all Embassy CO's. It is a very unique sport in that you can do it alone or join a team such as this forum to share in your triumphs and losses. There are no particular rules to this sport called waiting and it is very adaptable to the needs of the player. Me for instance play the "watching the grass grow version" as it is much quicker than getting a visa. IDuno has taken to starting a close email relationship with Ethol (Embassy computers automated response). Marianna plays the waiting game with positive thoughts and prayers.
Just remember the game of waiting is easier when shared, so good luck. And for any Aussie guy currently in PH, I am going to have a T-Bone steak and a XXXX, I had to find a positive in being here without my Fiancee

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Old 06-12-2013, 08:44 AM
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Thanks Aussieboy
Yeah I have to endure the pain of waiting. I was calling VIA Center and ask about payment method then the ans machine said it's holiday here in Phils. I've read on the booklet that my fiance can pay in Sydney. Instead of sending me the money.

Now that you mentioned steak I miss Hurricanes and Nandos BBQ Ribs. Also Messina Gelato Ice Cream. Waaaaah! I hope all of us get our visa soon so we can all be re-united with our partners.


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