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Old 06-15-2013, 12:25 PM
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I read from someone that's there's some changes in Timeline here? I notice that too.. Because there's some changes that I can't see my timeline so I update now. Just to check if it will appear now.
I have been trying to figure out this timeline thingy, I can't seem to figure it out though lol.


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Opps I think mine just worked.. ha ha

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Opps I think mine just worked.. ha ha
I think my time line didn't work today Suddenly I cant see my timeline
Any idea why it happens?


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Question regarding visiting CFO for obtaining the Guidance and Counselling Certificate (GCC). Just want to know a realistic time that my fiancé should arrive there for the best chance to enroll on that day

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Question regarding visiting CFO for obtaining the Guidance and Counselling Certificate (GCC). Just want to know a realistic time that my fiancÚ should arrive there for the best chance to enroll on that day

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Hi, CFO near Quirino LRT? I think there are only 15 slots. I went there 6am. done 4-5pm too. Im on number 15 If your fiance will come there 7am , what I heard from other applicants is no more slots that time .


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Hi, CFO near Quirino LRT? I think there are only 15 slots. I went there 6am. done 4-5pm too. Im on number 15 If your fiance will come there 7am , what I heard from other applicants is no more slots that time .
Thanks Tresha
Yes, thats right CFO near Quirino LRT
i thought the time might be like that
Another early start coming, we are in Crame so not too far

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Thanks Tresha
Yes, thats right CFO near Quirino LRT
i thought the time might be like that
Another early start coming, we are in Crame so not too far
Good Luck After she receive the Certificate you can also email the scan copy to Embassy ,

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Hi, CFO near Quirino LRT? I think there are only 15 slots. I went there 6am. done 4-5pm too. Im on number 15 If your fiance will come there 7am , what I heard from other applicants is no more slots that time .
Same here.. Arrived at CFO 5:30am and got the Number 15 slot.. Lucky.. Lolzz.

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Hi Everyone,

I've been browsing this forum since last year. My father applied for 309 visa for my mother, me and my four siblings as dependents which was acknowledged receipt by the Aus Embassy on Sept. 26, 2012, we've done medicals, nbi checks, cenomars and everything. it has been almost 9 mos. but still no decision has been made. The problem is that my 6 yrs. old brother has an autism, i believe australia has a tough stance/policy on mentally disabled people entering their country (based on the news and research i have made).

i hope and pray that god will grant our visa and other people here as well.


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Hi Chillax
I personally know of individuals with Autism who have come from the Philippines in the same circumstance as your family.. One of those individuals has extremely challenging behavior, so it is possible. I think if the Father of your brother is an Australian citizen/resident, then your brother would be entitled to apply for dual citizenship, though hope Mark Northam will see this post and comment.
Not that you asked for this but I have provided below info on disability support as well.
In Queensland you must be a permanent resident to receive disability support, so you have to come to Australia and wait the full 2 years before being eligible. Once again maybe Mark can comment if there is some special circumstances that don't have to wait the 2 years to become a permanent resident.
Australia is moving towards a federally funded support scheme starting in 2016 and being fully functional be 2019. The idea of the scheme is that everyone who has a disability will get the assistance they need. Google Disability Care or National Disability Insurance Scheme
Don't get disheartened I have also been waiting 10 months for an answer. Good luck

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