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Old 07-24-2013, 12:55 PM
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i would like to thanks everyone who help me to gather all the documents that i need for my Partner visa application. good news my Visa is granted 23 of july.. im so happy the result. Hoping everyone will get their visa Grant.. thanks again this forum is very useful. Amie i got my Partner Visa

by the way guys my partner and i thought its will take long time to get the result so we decided to booked ticket to australia and my flight is on 26 of July then i got this new before my flight so happy

Question Guys, what will happen to my TV because my CO grant me a multiple visa for 1 yr while im waiting to my Partner visa application? i still have that?

Thanks to CollegeGirl, Kittykat , Mark Northham, Amie and bma thanks again
Hi , As I read somewhere In DIAC or in partner booklet, I remember your multiple visa will be ceased. Instead you will have and use PMV visa only once the PMV approved.

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Old 07-24-2013, 01:12 PM
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I found out just this week that the initial entry date you have on your Visa Grant would be the expiry date of the docs you would be submitting..

Like on my Aunt's case, the NBI Clearance she submitted was dated 03-Aug-2012 which is valid for one year from the date it was acquired. They lodged their PMV Dec 2012 and she used the same NBI she has and got approved 01-July-2013 but was surprised her initial entry date should be 03-Aug-2013
When they went to the embassy, to enquire if they can adjust her flight date but was suggested to just follow the grant bec it would take time if they want that adjusted.. When I checked my Spouse Visa Grant, i have until 18-Jan-2013 as initial entry... Which is the expiry date of my NBI Clearance as well.. @[email protected]
So the initial date would be the expiration of any docs you submitted (ie. Medical or NBI) whichever comes first.. Just a thought i think would be useful to share

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Hi Amie, Yes I agree, it applies on my case. My NBI will expire Nov 15, 2013. And my Initial arrival to Aussie must be made before Nov 15 , 2013. So does it mean that the new applicants can apply early their requirements lol,,

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This is really a helpful forum to all applicants thankyou for all the very informative answers and advices

I have a few questions..

1. Is it possible to change our wedding date? We stated to our application that our wedding date is september 26,2013. But we want to move this date to february 12,2014. The reason behind is, its our 3rd anniversary

2. What if the question no.1 is doable, then i will lodge my spouse visa by february 2014, the validity of my visa is until april 1, 2014, if i lodge my spouse visa on feb 2014 then the visa approval will be grant after the expiration of my FiAnce visa, do you think i can still stay in australia?

Those 2 questions are running in my head everyday so i decided to share it with u guys thankyou and Godbless

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I went to cfo today around 330am and im on number 6, around 7am the gate was open already then the frontdesk asked me if my partner is australian citizen or filipino citizen with permanent resident. The front desk told me that i should attend the PDOS bec my fiance is still a filipino citizen(permanent resident) which is scheduled during tuesday and friday 2-5pm. So i will be back again tomorow.. whew.. watta hassle monday for me. nice to knw..

So if your partner or spouse is australian citizen you should attend the monday and thursday schedule (15slots) with one on one session.but if your partner is still a filipino citizen a permanent resident visa holder, you should attend PDOS during tuesday and friday 2-5pm (60slots) no one on one session.

FYI Godbless everyone, i hope i will get my cfo certificate and sticker tomorow!!!! Wheeeee!
HI ELEIGH

I'M sorry for asking this question. Someone might have asked this before, but anyways, what is CFO? who can attend it? Is it compulsory?

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HI ELEIGH

I'M sorry for asking this question. Someone might have asked this before, but anyways, what is CFO? who can attend it? Is it compulsory?

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Hello! CFO - Commision on Filipino Overseas, this is a seminar u need to attend because they will brief you to the country of your destination..after the seminar they will put a sticker on your passport, which u will present to the airport immigratrion, this is compulsary for all miggrating filipinos, like with fiance or spouse visa holder, or permanent visa holder, or will be staying for more than 6 months or a year (correct me if im wrong) hehee

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hello! cfo - commision on filipino overseas, this is a seminar u need to attend because they will brief you to the country of your destination..after the seminar they will put a sticker on your passport, which u will present to the airport immigratrion, this is compulsary for all miggrating filipinos, like with fiance or spouse visa holder, or permanent visa holder, or will be staying for more than 6 months or a year (correct me if im wrong) hehee
thank you so much eleigh

do you have to pay or bring anything with you when attending cfo?


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thank you so much eleigh

do you have to pay or bring anything with you when attending cfo?
You have to bring two valid ids with photo on it, then 2x2 pic.. Just 1.. Then money i paid mine 400 pesos im a fiance visa holder and my fiance is a permanent visa holder .. I attended the PDOS.. Tuesday and friday 2-5pm schedule

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you have to bring two valid ids with photo on it, then 2x2 pic.. Just 1.. Then money i paid mine 400 pesos im a fiance visa holder and my fiance is a permanent visa holder .. I attended the pdos.. Tuesday and friday 2-5pm schedule
thank you so much for this information eleigh. This has helped me a lot understand.


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thank you so much for this information eleigh. This has helped me a lot understand.


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