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Old 10-08-2013, 03:27 AM
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Yes, you all have now the complete requirements for medical..Please go there early at 8-9 because they have cut- off time, 2pm ,if I am not mistaken.
i hope this helps.
Thanks gretz for the info, it really helps.


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Just received the following email from St.Lukes about the medical documents that my wife needs to bring. Thanks again to everyone who provided similar advice.

Thank for your inquiry.

There is no need to set for an appointment. St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic (Ermita Branch as well as Global City, Taguig branch) are open from Monday to Friday except holidays on a first come first serve basis. Clinic starts at 7:00am – Ermita and 8:00 am –Global.

The requirements for the Australian Visa medical examinations are as follows:

1. Health Examination List (From the Australian Embassy, or Examination Referral Letter for E-Visa Applicants) indicating your HAP ID/Transaction Reference Number (TRN)/HRI. No need to bring Forms 26EH and 160EH as your medical reports will be forwarded via emedical system.

2. Valid passport. If the passport has been submitted to the Australian Embassy, the following may be used: national ID (SSS, postal ID, voter's ID, driver's license, PRC ID, school ID) and birth certificate.

3.Two (2) PHOTOCOPIES of passport/ national ID

4. Two (2) pieces recent passport-sized photos (white or blue background)

Please visit our website for more information.
St. Luke's Medical Center Extension Clinic
1177 J. Bocobo Street, Ermita, Manila 1000 Philippines
Tel. No. +63 2 5246081
Fax No. +63 2 5260208
website: link removed as I am a not let allowed to post links

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Good Day Everyone!

Me and my fiancee are still gathering required documens for a pmv app.With this I needed much some assistance again specifically for the NOIM application.We are seeking the help of an agency here in cebu for our PMV app.

As per our agencies advised the NOIM will be filled out by my fiancee who is in aus and has to be certified by JP.From there he would proceed to request for a certificate from a marriage celebrant about the intended NOIM.
Also our*agency advised that the NOIM signed by my fiancee and JP will have to be sent here in cebu since it will be lodged altogether with the rest of our docs including as well the certificate from the celebrant.....It sounds too complicated for me....

Anyone can enlighten me on this procedure if this is how it should be done c",)


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He needs to see the marriage celebrant and get the MOIM filled out by the celebrant ,the document does not need to be witnessed by a JP
Yes you need to send to Cebu to be added to your other documentation


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Good Day Everyone! Me and my fiancee are still gathering required documens for a pmv app.With this I needed much some assistance again specifically for the NOIM application.We are seeking the help of an agency here in cebu for our PMV app. As per our agencies advised the NOIM will be filled out by my fiancee who is in aus and has to be certified by JP.From there he would proceed to request for a certificate from a marriage celebrant about the intended NOIM. Also our*agency advised that the NOIM signed by my fiancee and JP will have to be sent here in cebu since it will be lodged altogether with the rest of our docs including as well the certificate from the celebrant.....It sounds too complicated for me.... Anyone can enlighten me on this procedure if this is how it should be done c",)
You get the NOIM from a marriage celebrant and there is no need for it to be certified. What we done with ours is, we set an appointment with a marriage celebrant in Sydney and then set a temporary wedding date. We changed our mind tho and opted to have the wedding in Cebu but we still submitted the NOIM as one of the evidences.

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thanks sugarstoned and gummy bear,

just follow up questions...
As i am in the phil and my fiancee is in aus.you think the celebrant will just sign the NOIM without my signature in it?i will as my fiancee to just write down my details


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thanks sugarstoned and gummy bear,

just follow up questions...
As i am in the phil and my fiancee is in aus.you think the celebrant will just sign the NOIM without my signature in it?i will as my fiancee to just write down my details
short answer YES


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thanks sugarstoned and gummy bear,

just follow up questions...
As i am in the phil and my fiancee is in aus.you think the celebrant will just sign the NOIM without my signature in it?i will as my fiancee to just write down my details
Yes , my fiance did same thing. The marriage celebrant just ask details from me and that's it.


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great thanks everyone!
..my fiancee will be visiting the celebrant soon if not tomorrow c",)


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You get the NOIM from a marriage celebrant and there is no need for it to be certified. What we done with ours is, we set an appointment with a marriage celebrant in Sydney and then set a temporary wedding date. We changed our mind tho and opted to have the wedding in Cebu but we still submitted the NOIM as one of the evidences.
Anthea_chaps,
My question is where do you intend to marry? If in Australia ,your australian fiancee will contact a marriage celebrant there,,usually a JP, the marriage celebrant will ask your birth certificate and CENOMAR or Certificate of Singleness from NSO here in the Philippines. She/he will give the NOIM form to your partner for his signature, your signature and the marriage celebrant signature, after she/he obtained the needed documents from both of you.
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