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Old 07-26-2013, 04:30 AM
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Actually, that is the perfect question for this thread! I'm not familiar at all with CFO or NBI since they're exclusive to the Philippines. I'm sure someone will jump in and answer that for you soon.
Thankyou college girl, anyways, just to be sure, i got new set of nbi, course syllabus, TOR, diploma, birthcertifcate and all of my possible credentials

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Old 07-26-2013, 11:49 AM
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hello everyone! I'm new in this forum and I still haven't had the chance to read all the threads here,so I'am not sure if a similar query was posted here already.. but just in case, pls help me find answers.

My boyfriend and I are gathering requirements now for our prospective marriage visa application. I have 2 sons born out of wedlock [not my boyfriend's sons] and I've read in the application that they can be a part of my application as my dependents. my question is, since they are not migrating with me, should we still need to provide letter of consent/custody papers coming from their biological father,or not? We plan to get them a visa too in the near future,when we are fully settled there as husband and wife.

Please help me ,Thank you in advance!


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hello everyone! I'm new in this forum and I still haven't had the chance to read all the threads here,so I'am not sure if a similar query was posted here already.. but just in case, pls help me find answers.

My boyfriend and I are gathering requirements now for our prospective marriage visa application. I have 2 sons born out of wedlock [not my boyfriend's sons] and I've read in the application that they can be a part of my application as my dependents. my question is, since they are not migrating with me, should we still need to provide letter of consent/custody papers coming from their biological father,or not? We plan to get them a visa too in the near future,when we are fully settled there as husband and wife.

Please help me ,Thank you in advance!
Hi there. This is what I learn. The biological dad needs to affix his signature in Form 1229 of DIAC when children who are under 18 years will be migrating to Australia. Please refer to www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/1229.pdf


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hello Mrswoody007! thank you for your response Yes, I've learned that too.. but the visa we will apply for first is the PMV. and I will just include them as dependents. They will not migrate with me,but we are planning to get them a visa too in the future when we are settled as husband and wife. so, do I still need to get the biological father's consent letter and pass it together with my PMV requirements, or are Birth certs enough ? thank you so much


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hello everyone! I'm new in this forum and I still haven't had the chance to read all the threads here,so I'am not sure if a similar query was posted here already.. but just in case, pls help me find answers.

My boyfriend and I are gathering requirements now for our prospective marriage visa application. I have 2 sons born out of wedlock [not my boyfriend's sons] and I've read in the application that they can be a part of my application as my dependents. my question is, since they are not migrating with me, should we still need to provide letter of consent/custody papers coming from their biological father,or not? We plan to get them a visa too in the near future,when we are fully settled there as husband and wife.

Please help me ,Thank you in advance!

Hi there Proudmomma. we're in the same situation.. i didnt provide any of those letters when we apply for a visa. But, my son have to require a medical even if his not migrating with me..

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hello Mrswoody007! thank you for your response Yes, I've learned that too.. but the visa we will apply for first is the PMV. and I will just include them as dependents. They will not migrate with me,but we are planning to get them a visa too in the future when we are settled as husband and wife. so, do I still need to get the biological father's consent letter and pass it together with my PMV requirements, or are Birth certs enough ? thank you so much
In that case i think you may not let their dad sign Form 1229. Whereas in my case, since I include my child in the PMV ,so our migration agent advise us to get his dad sign the form 1229.

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In that case i think you may not let their dad sign Form 1229. Whereas in my case, since I include my child in the PMV ,so our migration agent advise us to get his dad sign the form 1229.

Hi.. of course i include my son in my PMV as my dependent.. and they never asked for a form and we dont have an agent either.. Well, i think much better to provide those... for security..

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Old 07-26-2013, 01:46 PM
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Hi,

Just got my spouse visa recently approved and i just have an enquiry.

We would be leaving ph on 16-Aug but one of my kids is going back to ph after 1 month around 17-Sept to continue his studies here. CO advised me before visa was granted that he can just go bck to ph after making initial entry with me.
- My question is, the temporary visa granted is a multiple visa, while waiting for subclass 100 (PR) approved, is it alright if my son's return flight will be 29-March 2014.. Or is there a minimum month, like does he have to get bck to AU in 3mos time then go back to ph again or any info?
Will it have any effect on timeframe for his PR grant?

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As far as I know, as long as he makes initial entry on the 309 with you, he'll be eligible for PR regardless of where he is at the time. At least, that's true of applicants. Not sure why dependents would be different, but hopefully someone else who knows for sure will chime in.

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