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Old 09-22-2013, 09:09 AM
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Im gonna fly from Bangkok to Australia, do I still need a Cfo sticker? Hehe.
If you are not departing from the Philippines you will not need a CFO sticker, but if you go back to the Philippines for a holiday you will have to get one or they wont let you leave.

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Aah ok. Salamat po

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good day everyone!
me and my fiancee from aus are now trying to gather docs for pmv application.currently he is in aus now, and we were both thinking that that he will have his required docs certified by jp, then have it scanned and just emAil it to me for security reasons that we are worried to send docs thru courier.will the immi accept scanned copies?
need your help guys c",)


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They will only accept certified original copies

or original police clearance / original Nbi.

So him certifying his docs, then scanning and emailing it to you so you could print it out would not work.

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They will only accept certified original copies

or original police clearance / original Nbi.

So him certifying his docs, then scanning and emailing it to you so you could print it out would not work.
thanks plaz!


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Yea sucks but it's necessary to prevent fraud.

He's going to have to either mail it or give it to you in person.

If he does mail, tell him to use Registered Mail/post as it requires signature.

It can take anywhere from 3 days to 4 weeks for it to come. Auspost always on top of their game. The same can't be said for Philpost.

Just send well in advance before the date you require it by.


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Old 09-23-2013, 03:53 PM
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Hi everyone! A friend of mine told me about this forum if I need some help with my visa application. I am new here. My husband and I got married last July and we've only been together for 6 month since we met on line. We've decided to get married after 3 months of knowing each other. I'm from Philippines and I really want to know if it's possible for me to get a visa grant even if we have not been together for a year? Does he need to come and visit me here again? I hope you can help me. Thank you


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good day everyone!
me and my fiancee from aus are now trying to gather docs for pmv application.currently he is in aus now, and we were both thinking that that he will have his required docs certified by jp, then have it scanned and just emAil it to me for security reasons that we are worried to send docs thru courier.will the immi accept scanned copies?
need your help guys c",)

I think you really need the original documents. You can send it through EMS. Ask the nearest post office at your fiancée's place if they have that courier. That is what I did when my husband sent me my docs here in Phil.


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I only suggest two things, One is for you top get a Partner Migration booklet through online or from the VIA Center here in the Phils. and read about the Spouse Visa -this is the kind of visa you will apply because you are already married to him. In there you will have all the inmformation you need to do in filing this kind of visa. The second option, is get a migration lawyer,he knows the answer best based on the parneter's visa booklet as revised and based on hios experience.

Let me know if this helps you. Thank you

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Hi everyone! A friend of mine told me about this forum if I need some help with my visa application. I am new here. My husband and I got married last July and we've only been together for 6 month since we met on line. We've decided to get married after 3 months of knowing each other. I'm from Philippines and I really want to know if it's possible for me to get a visa grant even if we have not been together for a year? Does he need to come and visit me here again? I hope you can help me. Thank you
Hi MarieBaird,
Technically you qualify for a 309/100 visa, but because of the short time that you have know each other, both before you married and after, I think immigration would take a hard look at your application.
So what I suggest is read all the information for the partner visa that is on the immigration web site, print as much of the relevant information and read,read ,read.
You will have to provide lots of proof that the relationship is genuine.
Letters from friends, photos of you together,copies of airline tickets and boarding passes, copy of transfers of any money he has sent you and lots more.
After you have read the information on the immi web site come back here and ask questions, you will get lots of help from people that have been through the precess.
OR get an immigration agent to put your application together, but make sure the agent is registered with Australian Immigration.

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