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Old 07-09-2013, 11:12 AM
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Yes Aimee
Malaysian air (at least if is full service) will be the way we go as well as none of the LCC come to Brisbane, so for convenience and comfort. Let me know how your flight goes

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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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LOL, I only have 1 rule and that is no cooking of dried fish in the house. I have experienced this here in Australia and the smell took over 3 weeks to leave our house. Yuk never again, your Asawa is smart guy haha Something that smells that bad should not go in your mouth. On the other hand I could eat pansit all day long

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hello.. booked my flight for 4th of August hmmmm may i just asked from anyone here who already have attended the CFO seminar,,, aside from the the 2 valid IDs, visa and passport that we are required to bring, what other documents did they ask you during the whole process?? thanks

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hello.. booked my flight for 4th of August hmmmm may i just asked from anyone here who already have attended the CFO seminar,,, aside from the the 2 valid IDs, visa and passport that we are required to bring, what other documents did they ask you during the whole process?? thanks
Hi there!

If I remember correctly, I also brought with me pictures of the wedding and our wedding cert. please note I took the seminar like 2 years ago so best to check their website or call the CFO office in your area. Good luck!

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Old 07-10-2013, 08:08 AM
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Baby girl ive posted this CFO link many times...It may be American but its exactly the same for all foreign nationals....Tells you everything you need to bring n do...

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Does the CFO office keep the original Visa grant notice.
Reason I ask is that one of the documents that Medicare want so that you can get a Medicare card is the original visa grant notice.

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Old 07-10-2013, 08:47 AM
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well Iduno..if they did then there would be a lot of Filipinas without medicare...smile...

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Does the CFO office keep the original Visa grant notice.
Reason I ask is that one of the documents that Medicare want so that you can get a Medicare card is the original visa grant notice.
Only a photocopy of the grant.

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Thanks dun an and sugarstoned,Just checking!!!

Bit of info: My wife works for the Philippine Police and when she resigned she had to get the resignation letter and forms notarised, jesus another 400 pesos hahaha.
And then she had to get a clearance from some ombudsman saying that she is not wanted by the police or some BS like that and thats another 400 pesos thank you.......
What do you do, just go with the flow and keep paying. ha ha ha

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Old 07-10-2013, 09:35 AM
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so she missed out on the new sexy uniform, glock pistol and 2,500 monthly allowance...pity lol or does she just work behind a desk....just gotta keep paying to fund the new look...

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