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Old 06-20-2013, 10:56 AM
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Hi all
Remember New Zealand is outside the country as an option

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Old 06-20-2013, 11:32 AM
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hello everyone..

just curios - if I am in Australia when my PMV (subclass 300) is granted, i know that i can fly anywhere outside Australia, but do i still need to attend CFO/GCC seminar or have CFO sticker on my passport/visa?

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Good question
You could attend CFO seminar prior to leaving PH on tourist visa. don't know about the CFO sticker.
Worth a call to the immigration dept when you are in Australia. Curious to see the answer

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am planning to attend the CFO seminar before i leave. but curious as where to have the CFO sticker too


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My understanding is that the cfo sticker is a Philippine requirement but if you are not exiting from PH do you still need it?? Maybe Mark Northam (registered migration agent who provides advice on this forum) could answer your question if you pm him

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Old 06-20-2013, 12:01 PM
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My understanding is that the cfo sticker is a Philippine requirement but if you are not exiting from PH do you still need it?? Maybe Mark Northam (registered migration agent who provides advice on this forum) could answer your question if you pm him
thanks. that is exactly my question (you read my mind). maybe i will pm him, but hope someone can answer here based on their experiences..


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Old 06-20-2013, 12:08 PM
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Depends on what visa you are exiting on...if you are on a tourist visa then hopefully that visa is not limited to a time frame like say 3 months. If it is then you better hope the PMV is approved in that period so you can go off shore to say NZ or Fiji etc.

So its back to phil...n then yes you will need the CFO sticker to board the flight back to OZ..

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Hey Dunan
So if it is approved while in NZ due to being still on tourist visa, then there is no need to come back to PH. What happens if you holiday back in Ph say in 1 year time? Would he have to get it then?

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Got me there...but I suppose once initial entry is made into OZ from say NZ....then technically you are now a temp. aussie.....n its in your passport as such. So if you return to Phil on a visit they cannot stop you boarding a flight home....

But yeah....im just kinda guessing here...maybe Mark should clarify the whole thing lol...

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Hey Mark1987.. CONGRATULATIONS!
Whatever u decide, if u can wait for the approval of ur Partner Visa or go on TV, ur gonna be w ur partner.. At least, u were already given a timeframe for ur Partner Visa..

Wish i was given that timeframe by my CO too..
At least, u know when to expect it..

Who's Next? Geez, can't wait for my turn to post that "I already have my VISA approved"
Thanks amie and Dunan you guys not believe this I got my TV grant notice today and I applied for 3 months but instead of 3 months i got multiple entry for 1 yrs with no condition 8503 no further stay and waiting to finalise my partner visa next month and happy to find out my TV

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