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Old 06-25-2013, 10:39 AM
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hi everyone

would like to ask if i need to fiil-up form 80 for my pmv 300 application. because i am planning that just in case the co will need it then i will prepare it beforehand.. did anyone of u included it in your application? or did your CO requested for it? or is it required for the applicants from the phils?

thanks mates

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Application Date: 29 July 2013
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Visa Subclass: 300 Prospective Marriage Visa
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Medicals submitted: 14 August 2013
Police Checks submitted: 29 July 2013
Visa Granted: 28 April 2014 (9 months)

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Hi Ozjen
There is different thoughts in relation to this as some
1 believe to submit it to prevent possible delays, but remember whatever you sumit they will check which also takes time
2 Don't submit but it have prepared in case it is requested later by the CO, which does not seem to occur on a frequent basis
Personally I went with option 2 and form 80 was not requested
good luck with whatever you decide as this one comes down to your choice. There is no right or wrong answer

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hi everyone

would like to ask if i need to fiil-up form 80 for my pmv 300 application. because i am planning that just in case the co will need it then i will prepare it beforehand.. did anyone of u included it in your application? or did your CO requested for it? or is it required for the applicants from the phils?

thanks mates
Hi ozgen, form80
We:
Didn't include.
Didn't fill in.
Didn't get asked for it.

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Hi ozgen, form80
We:
Didn't include.
Didn't fill in.
Didn't get asked for it.
thanks iduno

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Medicals submitted: 14 August 2013
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Visa Granted: 28 April 2014 (9 months)

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Iduno
Good answer straight to the point haha

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Hi Ozjen
There is different thoughts in relation to this as some
1 believe to submit it to prevent possible delays, but remember whatever you sumit they will check which also takes time
2 Don't submit but it have prepared in case it is requested later by the CO, which does not seem to occur on a frequent basis
Personally I went with option 2 and form 80 was not requested
good luck with whatever you decide as this one comes down to your choice. There is no right or wrong answer
thanks aussieboy. will probably go with option 2 too. it is really a long form with lots of info needed like education and employment history - with no gaps and explaining any gap that may have occured...

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Application Date: 29 July 2013
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Application Made via: Paper
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Medicals submitted: 14 August 2013
Police Checks submitted: 29 July 2013
Visa Granted: 28 April 2014 (9 months)

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Old 06-25-2013, 02:10 PM
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hi everyone

would like to ask if i need to fiil-up form 80 for my pmv 300 application. because i am planning that just in case the co will need it then i will prepare it beforehand.. did anyone of u included it in your application? or did your CO requested for it? or is it required for the applicants from the phils?

thanks mates
We submitted form 80 with our app. I would rather submit a more than complete application than get delayed later on if they do decide they want us to submit form 80. Its only like 15more mins filling up that form anyways?

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hi Ozjen,
It depends i think on visa applied, I applied 309.When i lodged the application they ask me if I have form 80. I prepared for it just in case they ask. So right away I gave the form and they put check on the checklist in her hand.. I have same opinion with sugarstoned But it depends on what you feel and what your visa required. (But of course it will be good if in case u want include form 80, you can attached also supporting docs for what you answer in form 80 so they not ask more) Good luck

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thanks for the input tresha0206 and sugarstoned.. i will think it through before submitting my apps..

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Old 06-25-2013, 03:06 PM
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hi everyone

would like to ask if i need to fiil-up form 80 for my pmv 300 application. because i am planning that just in case the co will need it then i will prepare it beforehand.. did anyone of u included it in your application? or did your CO requested for it? or is it required for the applicants from the phils?

thanks mates
yeah i included that form 80. it's actually on the checklist (VIA has their own checklist) they will arrange your forms & evidence when you submit.

anyho, i finally lodged mine this morning! yipeeee! my fiance and his family is so happy! If i may ask a favor from all of you please include us on your prayers.

Jedwards, Tresha, Amie, Re: Visitor Visa, I submitted my Statement of Account and the actual Online Banking Statement. plus credit card. Together with my finace payslips and compensation letter.

Gnasher: the wait for Visitor acc. to VIA s 4-5weeks. Actually that's what AU embassy in Sydney also said. That's why we lodged the Fiance and Visitor Visa together. I was really shocked about the 4weeks cause i rem my last visa got granted for 6 days (including sat sun cause i submitted sat)

Anyway, please please include me on your prayers. I will forever be thankful

God bless to all and I hope that we get our Fiance Visa the soonest. Long Distance Relationship is really hard but i have to admit it makes us stronger than ever.


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