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Old 09-28-2013, 03:56 AM
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Oh
and it was actually someone called Mollie who started the thread back in March 2011

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A question for those who attended CFO already.

For the emigrant registration form

http://cfo.gov.ph/pdf/downloadable%2...rationform.pdf

Petitioner's section.

YEAR OF MIGRATION: YYYY

What's that? I'm the partner here in Australia. So what would I write down for that? I was born here.

So... would that year of migration be for my fiancee (when she's migration to Australia) or year of migration for when I came to Australia? I'm assuming if I'm born here, I just leave it blank?


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A question for those who attended CFO already.

For the emigrant registration form

http://cfo.gov.ph/pdf/downloadable%2...rationform.pdf

Petitioner's section.

YEAR OF MIGRATION: YYYY

What's that? I'm the partner here in Australia. So what would I write down for that? I was born here.

So... would that year of migration be for my fiancee (when she's migration to Australia) or year of migration for when I came to Australia? I'm assuming if I'm born here, I just leave it blank?
The CFO form/seminar is only completed by the Filipino leaving the country

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Oh sorry. By I. I mean she.

Yeah I know it's only for my partner. But I'm just wondering what she would write down for that. Just want to know so when I'm there with her at the end of the year, she can complete it smoothly and all goes well. Thanks


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Okay, I think I understand now. I think you might have a problem here. If your kids were not migrating but you have at least partial custody (and I'm assuming you do since you're talking about bringing them over), it's my understanding they still need to be included as "non-migrating dependents" (meaning they'd then need to have medicals). Essentially, you can't say they're not dependents, and that's why you're not including them on the PMV, and then later say "Actually, they ARE dependents, and I'm bringing them over to be with me." You can't have it both ways.

That's my understanding anyway.
Thanks CG but I really have this problem about them and father. I'm not sure yet if can bring them to Aus soon for I have a problem still with their father about the custody. Even bring them anywhere is hard for me to do. They are 2 years old and twins, there father won't allow me to bring them . What will I do?


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Hi guys! My partner just renewed his passport and he will be submitting form 929 for the changes and the notarised copy of passport but we don't know what is the best way to submit it, we emailed the immig about this, and immig replied "You can submit the completed form 929 and a copy of your new passport visa
this email.

I hope this helps.

Thank you"

Not that clear and complete answer right? We do not know if we submit it by email or just send them the copy via courier. What do you guys suggest?

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We applying for a PMV (300) thats why I didn't include them yet to my application. Hopefully if they grant my visa I and my fiance will include them my kids on a permanent visa already , bcoz I need to talk first with their father (not my fiance) and to ask his permission and approval.
We had the same situation. I was told that if kids were below 18, migrating or not they need the medical. I am still waiting for the instructions on email,though.no news yet from a CO

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Ok I think as what I had read, PMV is a temporary visa and not permanent. It's states there that in temporary visa the applicant will nees to undergo health check but on the permanent visa applicants , the applicant , partner and the migrating or non-migrating dependants need to undergo health check.
Now its clear for me. :-)


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Ok I think as what I had read, PMV is a temporary visa and not permanent. It's states there that in temporary visa the applicant will nees to undergo health check but on the permanent visa applicants , the applicant , partner and the migrating or non-migrating dependants need to undergo health check.
Now its clear for me. :-)
This is incorrect. The PMV is not a "temporary" visa, it is a "provisional" visa. I know that's confusing, but it's different from temporary visas in that it does lead to permanent residency if all the conditions continue to be met. As a result, you have to get the same medical any PR visa applicant would.

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Visa Granted: Early July 2014.
Visa #3: 801 (PR)
Eligibility Date: End of April 2016 (Applied a month prior).
PR Granted: Early April 2017.

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Thanks CG but I really have this problem about them and father. I'm not sure yet if can bring them to Aus soon for I have a problem still with their father about the custody. Even bring them anywhere is hard for me to do. They are 2 years old and twins, there father won't allow me to bring them . What will I do?
To assist us to assist you
Is the father on the birth certificate?
Is there any legal custody orders, ie done in court by a judge?
Does the father provide financial support to the children?
Do the children get cared for by the father? If yes how often

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