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Old 06-25-2013, 03:24 PM
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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.
juz got curious and checked online regarding the need to submit that form 80, bec i didnt submit that when I lodged my Spouse 309 Visa Application... And this is what it says:

A completed form 80 (only if requested by the department).
See: Form 80 Personal particulars for character assessment

http://www.immi.gov.au/migrants/_pdf...-checklist.pdf

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Old 06-25-2013, 03:39 PM
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Hi Ms. Amie,

I'm not certain if Form 80 is a must. I applied for PMV 300. Fiance talked to immi in Syd, they are the one who instructed me to include Form 80. I'll try to check the Partner Migration booklet as well.

Honestly, after submitting my application I realised that it's actually the discretion of immi whether they will ask applicants for additional docs. The guy from VIA didn't reject my Cenomar and BC NSO. He said sometimes it depends on my CO if she wants NSO to sumbit BC/Cenomar to them. Goin back to Form 80, Saw checklist it's actually there before the last few requirements where they would tick the boxes that we've submitted. So the guy checked my Form 80. I'm not saying it's NEEDED but as you all told me it's better to submit everything I've collected than submitting lacking docs that would further delay my application,

Btw, it says the checklist is just a guide. I dunno where on earth my fiance got that Form 80, he just emailed it to me and said answer it together with the 47SP.

OZjen. it's really up to you whether you want to form 80 submit or not. I'm just saying what I did and what I saw in VIA. I don't think it would jeopardize your application either.


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Old 06-25-2013, 04:23 PM
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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.
Sure superfly your application will include in my prayer in fact all us here going through this process.

When I submit my application I just provide all what is written in the checklist. Nothing to loose as long as you can provide all. And its really better to get the checklist for the required documents of any visa. Its easy to tick off what you have gathered and not. And do research.

Superfly are you saying that your tourist is 4-5 weeks to process?

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Applied: Apr 2, 2012 @ Singapore PMV 300
Medical: Apr 4, 2012
CO: Apr 2, 2012
Dec 2012 changed to Spouse Visa 309
Visa Granted: Jul 1, 2013 (309)
Arrival : Jul 3, 2013
2nd Stage
Eligibility: Apr 2, 2014
Applied: Jul 22, 2014
PR Granted: Aug 4, 2014

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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?

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I did include form 80 in my application. In my personal opinion just fill up and submit nothing to loose. Just keep a copy for you.

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Hi Jedwards,

Thanks! I'm praying for everyone as well

Yep that's for the Tourist stream 4-5weeks I had to submit mine together with the Fiance Visa cause I need to re apply my visa (it will expire this July) I'm sched to fly back to syd this Aug we are booked for snows. I really didnt expect tv process to be that long, cause as i mentioned my last tourist visa took 6 days including Sat and Sun


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Hi Ms. Amie,

I'm not certain if Form 80 is a must. I applied for PMV 300. Fiance talked to immi in Syd, they are the one who instructed me to include Form 80. I'll try to check the Partner Migration booklet as well.

Honestly, after submitting my application I realised that it's actually the discretion of immi whether they will ask applicants for additional docs. The guy from VIA didn't reject my Cenomar and BC NSO. He said sometimes it depends on my CO if she wants NSO to sumbit BC/Cenomar to them. Goin back to Form 80, Saw checklist it's actually there before the last few requirements where they would tick the boxes that we've submitted. So the guy checked my Form 80. I'm not saying it's NEEDED but as you all told me it's better to submit everything I've collected than submitting lacking docs that would further delay my application,

Btw, it says the checklist is just a guide. I dunno where on earth my fiance got that Form 80, he just emailed it to me and said answer it together with the 47SP.

OZjen. it's really up to you whether you want to form 80 submit or not. I'm just saying what I did and what I saw in VIA. I don't think it would jeopardize your application either.

Same with our BCs, MCs and CENOMAR, i had that all included when i lodged the application and it was accepted at VIA Center as well..
I only proactively resubmitted my CENOMAR direct from NSO online even though I have not recieved any request from my CO, bec of feedbacks i recieved from people who had lodged their applications and so far, when my CO contacted me, advised me no additional docs needed. It just got me WORRIED that i didnt submitted that form.

Anyway, Im not in any position to say its NEEDED nor NOT NEEDED.. were not contradicting each other here.. its good that each of us is sharing experiences for the benefit of all reading the posts.. Everybody is right.. Its a case to case basis and depending on the CO that will handle ur case..

And depending on how one wants to submit his/her own application. As long as everything that u think would be required was submitted.. Guess all we can do for now is WAIT ;( ;( ;(

Hopefully everything goes well for all of us waiting for the decision of our applications.

Can't wait for July and hopefully see posts of visas getting approved..

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yehey!!! ..my fiance just received an email from immigration the other day saying that my pmv 300 will be granted this coming july 4.. thank God for the good news

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We submitted through VIA no requirement for form 80

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yehey!!! ..my fiance just received an email from immigration the other day saying that my pmv 300 will be granted this coming july 4.. thank God for the good news
Congratulations!

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yehey!!! ..my fiance just received an email from immigration the other day saying that my pmv 300 will be granted this coming july 4.. thank God for the good news
Congratulations
Sounds like the July visa approval avalanche is beginning, Hi Ayereb, I know this s the last thing on your mind at the moment but there a lot of people here who would love to see your timeline

So the capping is nearly over only 4 more days to go, so for those who doubted

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