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Old 10-12-2013, 04:29 AM
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Hi Omv2
You need to get copies of all documents sent straight from the NSO directly to the Australian Embassy. You can do it online via the NSO, and can be paid for from Australia by credit card. There is provision in the online application to have the NSO send the certificates directly to the Australian Embassy for you. Helped a friend do it last year for his partners PMV. Very easy!
They Australian Embassy will NOT accept any certificates you submit yourself, either originals or certified copies.

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Old 10-12-2013, 08:59 AM
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@gretz57 - hi thanks for the link. I left a note that I wanted to know if I've been assigned with a CO and to let their office know that I'm back in MLA.

this is immi's reply:
Please note that the average processing time for Partner visa
applications is 9 months from the date of lodgement. I note that the
application was lodged on 26 June 2013, as such this application is well
within our service standards.

The application is currently progressing and is being assessed by
your case officer against all relevant legislative criteria, including
undergoing to customary document checks/verification. Your case officer
will contact you should further information/document(s) be required or
should a final decision be reached on your application.


@ Idunno: I will make you my "timeline reference" and hopefully my CO will call me when s/he will tell me the good news. hihihi =)

just wondering why they won't divulge my CO's name. I'm not going to bombard my co with emails, just really want to know h/er name. i know it sounds weird but i'm just experiencing the "unfair-stateofmind" or "worrying-stateofmid"

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Old 10-12-2013, 11:17 AM
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thanks assuesteves

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Hi Omv2
You need to get copies of all documents sent straight from the NSO directly to the Australian Embassy. You can do it online via the NSO, and can be paid for from Australia by credit card. There is provision in the online application to have the NSO send the certificates directly to the Australian Embassy for you. Helped a friend do it last year for his partners PMV. Very easy!
They Australian Embassy will NOT accept any certificates you submit yourself, either originals or certified copies.
Thank you Aussiesteves,
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@gretz57 - hi thanks for the link. I left a note that I wanted to know if I've been assigned with a CO and to let their office know that I'm back in MLA. this is immi's reply: Please note that the average processing time for Partner visa applications is 9 months from the date of lodgement. I note that the application was lodged on 26 June 2013, as such this application is well within our service standards. The application is currently progressing and is being assessed by your case officer against all relevant legislative criteria, including undergoing to customary document checks/verification. Your case officer will contact you should further information/document(s) be required or should a final decision be reached on your application. @ Idunno: I will make you my "timeline reference" and hopefully my CO will call me when s/he will tell me the good news. hihihi =) just wondering why they won't divulge my CO's name. I'm not going to bombard my co with emails, just really want to know h/er name. i know it sounds weird but i'm just experiencing the "unfair-stateofmind" or "worrying-stateofmid"
hi superfly I got the same reply from embassy when I first enquire about the status of my application last week.so I feel the same way it gives me anxiety not knowing the who our Co is..i hope it's all good with our application though...godbless.


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Old 10-13-2013, 11:50 AM
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hi superfly I got the same reply from embassy when I first enquire about the status of my application last week.so I feel the same way it gives me anxiety not knowing the who our Co is..i hope it's all good with our application though...godbless.
Hi there,

I never received an email from Immi informing me if I have a CO already. I only learned of my CO's name when the grant letter arrived in the mail. In my case, I kept myself busy so I won't think too much of my visa application. So it was a very good surprise when my visa was approved. Hang in there and always keep the faith!

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Old 10-13-2013, 02:39 PM
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Hi there,

I never received an email from Immi informing me if I have a CO already. I only learned of my CO's name when the grant letter arrived in the mail. In my case, I kept myself busy so I won't think too much of my visa application. So it was a very good surprise when my visa was approved. Hang in there and always keep the faith!

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Hi sugar-stoned,

Congratulations on the grant if your visa. Just wondering how long it took for your visa application?is it subclass 309/100? Thankyou. I just want to have an idea on how long it takes for them to process it these days.


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[QUOTE=superfly;204602]@gretz57 - hi thanks for the link. I left a note that I wanted to know if I've been assigned with a CO and to let their office know that I'm back in MLA.

this is immi's reply:
Please note that the average processing time for Partner visa
applications is 9 months from the date of lodgement. I note that the
application was lodged on 26 June 2013, as such this application is well
within our service standards.

The application is currently progressing and is being assessed by
your case officer against all relevant legislative criteria, including
undergoing to customary document checks/verification. Your case officer
will contact you should further information/document(s) be required or
should a final decision be reached on your application.


@ Idunno: I will make you my "timeline reference" and hopefully my CO will call me when s/he will tell me the good news. hihihi =)

just wondering why they won't divulge my CO's name. I'm not going to bombard my co with emails, just really want to know h/er name. i know it sounds weird but i'm just experiencing the "unfair-stateofmind" or "worrying-stateofmid"[/QUO

Hi Superfly...this is why I think this thread needs closing.....things have changed a lot since those that cruised thru their visas n what is happening today...what they went thru is almost totally irrelevant today....

We got the same automated reply....the embassy tells you its around 12 months or whatever...so if you r under that time period do not expect a reply that is consistant.....2013 now lol.....different ballgame..

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Old 10-14-2013, 07:24 AM
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Hello Everyone! I just want to know anybody was granted a visa this month of October and what month did you applied or lodged your visa? I lodged mine last July 18 and my CO emailed me to comply needed documents and I sent it right away. Hopefully she will email me back for interview. Do all applicants have to be interviewed? Thanks

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NO...not any interviews I know of....American visa applicants must have an interview in Manila.....we r so lucky really...

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Guys can I ask if how long will it take to finish the medical at nationwide health systems at makati? Base on your experience . Pls
I am so stress now, I just come here in makati for my medical and I was surprised it's holiday.


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