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Old 01-05-2012, 01:18 AM
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As of 31 December 2011, the Visa and Immigration Office is processing/assessing/allocating applications lodged within the period indicated below.

Partner Visa Applications (309,300) 28 October 2011



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Thumbs up PMV class 300

Hello all.
It seems it is waiting game but last night I emailed my fiancée, in Metro Manila, her Visa Grant Notification. It took 18weeks. What helped I think is that my fiancée and myself phoned the CO on occasions to see how it was progressing. There is one thing else which is: Please do not make travel arrangements until you have received your passport with the visa
attached. Also, you are required by the Commission of Filipinos Overseas to attend the Predeparture seminar which if you Google you will find.
Also a form 886 is required from the Australia Immigration web site.
This site would not allow me to give you the web sites direct.
This Forum has been very help-full so knowing it was just not us in the same boat.

I wish you all a happy, fulfilling life in Australia.

God Bless

David


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Old 01-07-2012, 12:53 AM
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Wow! pretty quick...

what is form 886 for? is that only for those who applied for PMV? not for partner visa?


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Wow! pretty quick...

what is form 886 for? is that only for those who applied for PMV? not for partner visa?
I believe it is for all. See below please.

To help the Australian Government improve its services for
migrants in Australia, we ask you to complete this form. The
answers you provide are important and will help government
agencies plan and co-ordinate services, such as English tuition,
health and education, more effectively. In most cases the
answers you provide will be converted into statistics


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I believe it is for all. See below please.

To help the Australian Government improve its services for
migrants in Australia, we ask you to complete this form. The
answers you provide are important and will help government
agencies plan and co-ordinate services, such as English tuition,
health and education, more effectively. In most cases the
answers you provide will be converted into statistics
Is this required to take the seminar? and first time i heard this form 886.

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Compulsory

worldwideweb.cfo.gov.ph/ scroll down to: PDOS/REGISTRATION and open :Fiancee, Spouses and Other Partners of Foreign Nationals
You will also need to present this certificate together with your spouse/partner visa, at the Immigration office at the international airport on your day of departure.

It is a shame the Philippenes is so poor as anything to raise PhP.


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Form 886

It may not be compulsory form 886 but you find out as read below.

Send completed form to either the processing centre where
you lodged your migration application or the Australian embassy
or mission where your visa was or will be issued.


It is just helping Australian Authorities plan better and shows you are trying to better your life.


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HI Guys,

Anyone here who applied on 11 October 2011 heard anything from their CO or got their visa approve?

Thanks!


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worldwideweb.cfo.gov.ph/ scroll down to: PDOS/REGISTRATION and open :Fiancee, Spouses and Other Partners of Foreign Nationals
You will also need to present this certificate together with your spouse/partner visa, at the Immigration office at the international airport on your day of departure.

It is a shame the Philippenes is so poor as anything to raise PhP.
Thank you Dave N.

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Hello all.
It seems it is waiting game but last night I emailed my fiancée, in Metro Manila, her Visa Grant Notification. It took 18weeks. What helped I think is that my fiancée and myself phoned the CO on occasions to see how it was progressing. There is one thing else which is: Please do not make travel arrangements until you have received your passport with the visa
attached. Also, you are required by the Commission of Filipinos Overseas to attend the Predeparture seminar which if you Google you will find.
Also a form 886 is required from the Australia Immigration web site.
This site would not allow me to give you the web sites direct.
This Forum has been very help-full so knowing it was just not us in the same boat.

I wish you all a happy, fulfilling life in Australia.

God Bless

David
Hi David,
So your fiance attend the counselling? and Paid 650 pesos?

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