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Old 07-08-2013, 10:35 AM
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Thanks for reply,

We submitted application on Jan 29th and have had no issues with Case officer. So is more normal for no interview? hmmm this seems strange I thought everyone was required to have an interview for fiance visa...
Correct Jack no interview is very common. See in bold below extract from a letter from our Case Officer. The emphasis is on IF FURTHER CLARIFICATION. (not yelling just highlighting the meaning)


Face-to-face interview may not be required for some partner visa applicants depending on the results of the document checks (3-4 weeks) and the documents provided to support the application. If further clarification is needed, the undersigned case officer will book an interview appointment or may conduct the interview by phone

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Open form 815,print and fill in, scan and save as pdf and then attach to your email.
Or open 815, type the information onto the form, save as pdf and then attach to the email.
Thanks iduno and Aussieboy, as directed i should sign the health undertaking, so i needed to print out the form first, fill out, signed it, scan, then send it to them. Aussieboy's suggestion is more convenient but the lady instructed me to just scan it. When she first called me she asked me where i was, as i live in the Province about 2 and half hours to get to manila and another 20 minutes to VIA center so she said just send the doc via email. Thanks to you guys.

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No Problems, much easier than eating 16 day old balut. Sorry I am not that brave LOL

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(A balut or balot is a developing duck embryo that is boiled alive and eaten in the shell. It is commonly sold as street food in the Philippines.)

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No Problems, much easier than eating 16 day old balut. Sorry I am not that brave LOL

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(A balut or balot is a developing duck embryo that is boiled alive and eaten in the shell. It is commonly sold as street food in the Philippines.)
Hahaha i know... I do understand that, my Asawa never tried or wanted it eventhough i explained to him how to eat it. There are some more Philippine favorites that he didnt like though, "tuyo" dried fish that my mum cook in the morning... Lol

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It must feel so good....

Can you tell me if this was at Manila or Cebu
Hey! It was in manila

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Thanks Aussieboy. I learned something today. I used to hang out with some very good friends of mine who were Filipina... I have to say, some of the food they used to cook is delicious! I miss them. Their cooking skills are only one of the reasons.

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Old 07-09-2013, 03:18 AM
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Thanks for reply,

We submitted application on Jan 29th and have had no issues with Case officer. So is more normal for no interview? hmmm this seems strange I thought everyone was required to have an interview for fiance visa...
Hi Jackjack,
That's very unusual not to recieve a medical request right after u lodged the application bec usually, after lodging the application, you shouldve recieve an acknowledgement email of your application and attached would be request for NSO and Medical requedt, a HAP ID you could provide the accredited clinic. You should ring up the embassy and enquire about the medical part..

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Great news. Fiance just got confirmation from her CO that when she arrives back in Philippines she is to email her CO and Visa notification will be send within 2 weeks. Excellent, as that means she'll be back in Perth again before my birthday at the end of August
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Flights already booked 16-Aug.. For 3 adults, 1 kid.. 2k via Malaysian Air.. Have to start getting CFO for my 2 teenagers, luggages and stuff.. Lolzz..
Pretty good deal for an airfare..

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