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Old 10-03-2013, 01:09 PM
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Hello, just got an acknowledgement letter last 1 Oct and I now have instructions to have a health examination.

Question: I just wonder why my kids (who are not migrating with me) have to have a health check as well?

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Because, since they are your minor children, you would have the legal right to bring them over at a later time even though they aren't migrating now. Australia has a "one fails, all fail" criteria in regards to the medical -- in other words, if one of your children failed the medical, it would also mean that neither you nor any of your other children could migrate. So they have to find this out in advance.

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Old 10-03-2013, 02:03 PM
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Because, since they are your minor children, you would have the legal right to bring them over at a later time even though they aren't migrating now. Australia has a "one fails, all fail" criteria in regards to the medical -- in other words, if one of your children failed the medical, it would also mean that neither you nor any of your other children could migrate. So they have to find this out in advance.
So this should be included in my daily prayers,for all of us to pass the medical exam. Getting nervous!

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Hi I would like to know if I need a copy ofy marriage certificate already or they will ask me to get it online? Thanks!


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Hi guys. I've just signed up to this forum. My husband has submitted his visa application last June 29. So far we havent heard if we have been allocated a case officer. Just wondering if anyone who submitted their application around the same time has heard from immigration or been allocated a case officer.


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Hi I would like to know if I need a copy ofy marriage certificate already or they will ask me to get it online? Thanks!
In most cases they'll ask you to request from NSO to forward it directly to them.I had my birth cert and Cenomar authenticated at DFA manila and yet they've instructed me to request for the same docs from NSO.

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Hi guys. I've just signed up to this forum. My husband has submitted his visa application last June 29. So far we havent heard if we have been allocated a case officer. Just wondering if anyone who submitted their application around the same time has heard from immigration or been allocated a case officer.
Hi! I've been told that we can inquire about our applications using this link:
http://www.immi.gov.au/contacts/forms/philippines/

i hope it helps

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Old 10-03-2013, 05:16 PM
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In most cases they'll ask you to request from NSO to forward it directly to them.I had my birth cert and Cenomar authenticated at DFA manila and yet they've instructed me to request for the same docs from NSO.

Thank you very much. I wonder why you need to authenticate your docs. Well, I'll just get a copy just to make sure.

Anyway, do they have an additional fee for an early answer cause the customer service/call center agent told me that the visitors visa only cost P5900 but then the girl I met at the CFO told me it cost her P15000 and got her visa granted after 1week. Thanks!


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[QUOTE="MarieBaird;193305"]

Thank you very much. I wonder why you need to authenticate your docs. Well, I'll just get a copy just to make sure.

Anyway, do they have an additional fee for an early answer cause the customer service/call center agent told me that the visitors visa only cost P5900 but then the girl I met at the CFO told me it cost herD P15000 and got her visa granted after 1week.
Hi Marie Baird
A visitors visa usually doesn't take long if it is approved.(don't know of any express service) A PMV takes months. The fastest grant I have heard of recently was my friends fiance who took 4 months.
Good luck with your spplication

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A marriage certificate is a MUST document in the application for PMV. You need to include it in your application or request now thru online "NSO HElpline" and tell them it is for your australian visa consideraton.Dont forget to tell them to indicate your file number the immigration gave you in the acknowledgment letter.
My question is, what marriage certificate are you referring to? Is it your current spouse marriage certificate or your past marriage ?

By the way, I cannot update my timeline. I already have a CO on August 08, 2013. I tried to but it did not reflect. I don't know how. Can someone knows how to do it?

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Old 10-04-2013, 01:50 AM
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Hi! I've been told that we can inquire about our applications using this link:
Australian Immigration Email Enquiry Form for the Philippines

i hope it helps
to proud momma,

Thank you for the link you provided here. I just send an email to inquire regarding my visa application.
I am hoping to receive an email as a response to my querry on the status of my application.

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