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Old 07-26-2013, 02:23 PM
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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.
Thanks for the quick response CollegeGirl, any info about how long he can stay overseas? Or it doesnt matter for he already have the multiple?

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Old 07-26-2013, 03:14 PM
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I don't believe it matters, Amie. You may want to verify with someone else, though. As far as I know, PR can be granted regardless of what country you're in at the time or how long you've been offshore.

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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..
hi wewen Correct me if I'm wrong, we should be waiting for the case officer's request for us to have a medical first,as they would be giving us the clinic on where to attain the medical check up right? and thank you, Now I can set aside my worries of the biological father not giving us consent for the custody of my kids. My partner and I have been very anxious about it.


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I don't believe it matters, Amie. You may want to verify with someone else, though. As far as I know, PR can be granted regardless of what country you're in at the time or how long you've been offshore.
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hi wewen Correct me if I'm wrong, we should be waiting for the case officer's request for us to have a medical first,as they would be giving us the clinic on where to attain the medical check up right? and thank you, Now I can set aside my worries of the biological father not giving us consent for the custody of my kids. My partner and I have been very anxious about it.

Hi, after the lodgement a days after u will recieve an email from the immis, an acknowledgement letter. It includes the health requirements. so by then u can go further.... i think its not yet a CO who requested upon... coz i think it takes months to have a Case officer. correct me College girl..

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hi wewen Correct me if I'm wrong, we should be waiting for the case officer's request for us to have a medical first,as they would be giving us the clinic on where to attain the medical check up right? and thank you, Now I can set aside my worries of the biological father not giving us consent for the custody of my kids. My partner and I have been very anxious about it.
Hi,

Like wewen said, once you receive email confirmation your visa application has been received it will contain a HAP number. This is used for your medical. Bring the number and have your medical done. Don't wait for the CO to ask for the medical to be done. The email states you should submit the medical within 28 days of receipt of the email.

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Good news. After some conflicting information from DIAC regarding the issue date of my fiance's visa she has been called to advise the visa will be issued within 2 weeks
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Old 07-27-2013, 03:23 PM
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Thx all for your help over last few months

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Old 07-28-2013, 12:39 PM
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Hi Everyone, Hi Friends and fellow visa applicants

I'm almost ready with all my documents to bring in Aussie and searching now for the next step how to start in Aussi. Until I got confused when I'm reading the green Booklet I got from CFO after the seminar. This booklet is " A guide for Filipinos migrating to Australia and New Zealand" It's good stuff to read because lots of information what to do before and after arrive in Australia. (Centrelink, Medicare, Tax, Skilled recognition Driver licence, work, contact numbers etc.)

My question is , Is it necessary to have DFA authenticated or we can just bring the original School , Employment Records etc ?
In CFO guidelines booklet it says All documents like Birth Cert, MCert, Diploma, TOR, School records, Employment Cert Should bring original , accordingly accordingly into English , and duly Authenticated by the Philippine Dept of Foreign Affairs.Bring these For easier getting settled in Australia. . I have only few days left before fly to Aussie so I think I can't make all my papers be authenticated by DFA. I will only ask help from my family members to do these stuff if Aussie required a papers DFA authenticated.

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Old 07-28-2013, 12:44 PM
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Hi Again,

Correction in my keyboard error : From my post above I mean Accordingly translated in English . I been to Aussie last year and when I inquired One University they not ask me for DFA Authenticated Cert... So I assume now that I can bring only original documents and will request DFA these papers if needed or required in Aussie..

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