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Old 06-23-2013, 10:59 AM
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I wish there someone from CFO reply on this thread so this topic is over lol.because im curious too
.when i attended the seminar there's a filipina said she will apply for passport but she returned because DFA also ask for CFO,so her aussie husband bit annoyed of long process .is it true now?theres also group of girls in seminar that will tour to thailand from clark airport and said they need also CFO.well 1 word i remember from seminar is if ur out of the country dont forget philippines and love ones here of course
Yes tresha same as me I attend CFO because I want to change my passport using my hubby name. Thats where I learned about CFO.

Its not really that hard to get the CFO it only takes a day to get it done once you have the visa.

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Old 06-23-2013, 12:02 PM
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100% agree with you aussieboy...Filipinas love facebook n without doing any research will believe whatever their friends tell them.....its like when they get to oz n post lots of lovely pics to get their friends here jealous when in fact they r living in some scumbag area n pose in front of someone elses car or house just to ....I don't know why?....I keep telling my missus....please trust me n not what your friends tell you cos 99% of the time its total BS...

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I went thru same thing registering my marriage cert NSO, tried to get a copy from NSO, but results were negative, personally enquired at the municipality where it was registered, advised me they already forwarded it to the regional office, juz get the transmittal number from them.. Went to the regional office and advised it has been forwarded to NSO, got transmital# from region office, went to NSO main for verification and it took me 3 months to finally get NSO copy.
Hello amie27 i read your thread, though my situation is a bit different from yours but I am also waiting for the annotated marriage certificate from NSO of my previous marriage that was declared null and void last January 17, 2013. I called up last week the Court Decree Unit of NSO and asked about the status of my docs and the woman on the other line told me that the verification process of my docs was completed last June 15, 2013 and I have to follow up tomorrow or on Wednesday on any NSO serbilis outlet if the AMC is already in their database. If there is anyone there with situation same as mine, may I knowplease how long usually (on average) does it take for NSO to put the annotated MC in NSO database and be available of copy issuance request. Hopefully when I get this NSO AMC , we can start the application of PMV.


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Old 06-23-2013, 12:26 PM
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Hi woody...no idea what you are talking about but please PM me cos ive run the gauntlet with this annulment caper n court degrees...

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Hi dunan, I would like to PM but I'm sorry I don't know how to do the "PM" neither my fiance know how to go about PM.


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Old 06-23-2013, 12:42 PM
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I Agree to do a little research. The life is different in each place so prepare not to expect. One worry and excited bout what's next life after this parner, spouse visa???
I'm not slow learner but I can't memorise in 1st month in Aussi that my husband driver seat is on left (shame). I always put spoon & fork on their table and forgot the knife my god . At start I'm only staring when someone told me " You reckon " i felt i'm naive.

One good thing that i got in CFO office is a " Booklet with information"Like how to start in Aussi, what to do ex apply tax number, driver licence ? the contact # in case of emergency. What website or agency u need to visit to apply work. About some Aussi proper etiquette, slang words. About how you can apply to centrelink benefits, Medicard,etc.

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Old 06-23-2013, 01:08 PM
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I wish I'm fast learner too like you Tresha0206. My fiance slowly educate me about them, their etiquette and manners which is a bit diversified from ours ( from where I came from) but as early as now we , my son and I, are practicing some aussie manners already. Geee without a knife on the table, he asked about it when we dined in fast food during his visits. Yes they use knife and fork often. Inspite of it all, One thing common between us as partner and couple,- we are both willing to listen to each other and humbly adjust. We have the mutual understanding most of the time.


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Hi MrsWoody, Yes agree with you. At first i'm hurt but then i understand litlle by little I send you a private message. Just in case you want to read now my PM please find it in top right corner of your screen in "WELCOME MRSWOODY007 then please click the private message.

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Hi guys,
Any idea how long should i wait to have CO assigned on my application? It's been 3months now since i applied. Shall i email Immi then?
Thanks..

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Any idea how long should i wait to have CO assigned on my application? It's been 3months now since i applied. Shall i email Immi then?
Thanks..
Hi, I don't have much idea. But if you read their standard email to you it say's "your CO will contact you should require additional documents" I even don't know if the officer that replied to me is my CO? . Until now i'm in final stage but i'm not sure if who is my CO lol. If your in 3 months so it means over 8 weeks, then i think you have CO.

Anyway I worry about that too in my 3 months so I emailed them and thanks they replied that I have CO.

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