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Old 06-17-2013, 01:37 PM
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I thought this would help...


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Hello Kresha0206 i just want to ask if ur visa gets approved na? I just want to know how long I took? Thank u very much...
HI Arraver,

It's not yet approve , They Only sent me email that my application is on final stage and they will inform once it's ready. But we didn't know yet how long is final stage While waiting I go back to my work, it's also depend on us how we help ourselves in this waiting time. The next question is after the visa how we will start in new country? I been in Aussie before all the people are great. place is very safe. I love Aussi & I miss the the traffic and crowd of Philippines

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Thank u very much for your reply Kresha0206. May I know when did u lodged your application?and did u apply for a Spouse Visa 309?

I really appreciate your reply...thank you very much...
By the way, I'm here in Aussie right now with a visiting visa so I am really worried for my partner visa..


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Thank u very much for your reply Kresha0206. May I know when did u lodged your application?and did u apply for a Spouse Visa 309?

I really appreciate your reply...thank you very much...
By the way, I'm here in Aussie right now with a visiting visa so I am really worried for my partner visa..
Hi Arraver I start my count lodge when they send me acknowledgement text & Letter for my 309 visa Jan 4 ,2013. Did you lodged 309 Or 300 PMV visa? What you feel is same we feel Don't worry in your visa I think they will send you email about it. What I remember is you need to stay in the country where you lodged when your visa is approve. As I read in this forum , they said there will be more good news this July. Hopefully

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Hi Arraver I start my count lodge when they send me acknowledgement text & Letter for my 309 visa Jan 4 ,2013. Did you lodged 309 Or 300 PMV visa? What you feel is same we feel Don't worry in your visa I think they will send you email about it. What I remember is you need to stay in the country where you lodged when your visa is approve. As I read in this forum , they said there will be more good news this July. Hopefully
I applied for PMV 309


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I applied for PMV 309
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Ok Spouse Visa 309... Prospective Marriage visa PMV 300.
Your lucky that you applied tourist visa while waiting for 309. I should have do that . But It's depend also in their approval. Anyway good luck on us

I will post on you when I heard news this July.

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Ok Spouse Visa 309... Prospective Marriage visa PMV 300.
Your lucky that you applied tourist visa while waiting for 309. I should have do that . But It's depend also in their approval. Anyway good luck on us

I will post on you when I heard news this July.
Ok.. Thank you very much! I'm hoping for the best for all of us...


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Hi kresha0206,

I applied both visitor and 309 and lodged it at the same time...


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Hi kresha0206,

I applied both visitor and 309 and lodged it at the same time...
Hi Arraver,

Thats good. I'm not familiar how tourist and 309 works. What I read is you need to update DIAC if your out of the country because you need to be in Philippines when the 309 is approve. It's in their rules I think about place where visa grant, But of course they will email you about that.

Bout your question to me, they did'nt ask more documents in final stage. The papers when I lodged were complete, they requested only NSO &medical

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You don't have to be in the Philippines when it's approved - you just have to be outside of Australia. If you let them know your plans and ask them nicely, your CO will notify you when they are ready to grant the visa so you can get offshore. A quick trip to Bali or NZ will do the trick just fine. No need to go all the way back to where you lodged.

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