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It depends Angel but it means that there are about to issue the Visa. Make sure at the VIA Centre you get a receipt for it as it takes two days some times for the courier to deliver it at the Embassy. I would say in two weeks you will have it. I have some stories tell but will post them when my fiancée is here. Another problem is flights to Australia as they are fully booked for a week or so. My fiancée is flying via Singapore next Tuesday as all was booked out. She has a 16 hour wait in Singapore. Yesterdays, Friday and Saturday direct ones are fully booked.
Thanks for the info Dave, it's really very helpful. I'm currently in Australia right now on a tourist visa. My visa expires next month so when I leave the country I have to send my passport to the embassy immediately I hope they will approve it and give me a chance to stay with my husband I haven't left him yet but both of us feel sad already on the thought of us being apart


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Its just weird, mostly i heard this only from anyone who migrate in U.S. And didn't also seen or heard any advice about this here in the forum.

I hope anyone who been through with this , can share their experience.
Thanks Dave N.
I think this has been going on for a few years now. I took the seminar a year ago in preparation for my visa filing. From what I can remember, you need to bring photos of you and your partner as one of the requirement. Hope that helps.


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Thanks for the info Dave, it's really very helpful. I'm currently in Australia right now on a tourist visa. My visa expires next month so when I leave the country I have to send my passport to the embassy immediately I hope they will approve it and give me a chance to stay with my husband I haven't left him yet but both of us feel sad already on the thought of us being apart
Yes I understand as it is or has happened to all of us. Yes you are doing it correctly and any other documents they require have them ready to submit as well.


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Yes I understand as it is or has happened to all of us. Yes you are doing it correctly and any other documents they require have them ready to submit as well.
Thanks Dave By the way when you purchased your fiance's ticket going to Australia, was it only one way? Because when my husband booked my ticket for the tourist visa it has to be return otherwise they won't let me leave the country hope they're gonna leave me now with only one way ticket


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Thanks Dave By the way when you purchased your fiance's ticket going to Australia, was it only one way? Because when my husband booked my ticket for the tourist visa it has to be return otherwise they won't let me leave the country hope they're gonna leave me now with only one way ticket
It is for a PMV Visa, Angel, which means permanent migration to here.
I booked only one way.

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It is for a PMV Visa, Angel, which means permanent migration to here.
I booked only one way.
Thanks so much for the heads up Dave, I really appreciate it


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hello angelwings28f im on a tourist visa too, currently here in australia... how long did u stay in Aussie btw how's ur husband's condition? mine was 6 months .... i will fly back to the philippines feb 8 ... its my 3 months now here in aussie but i will not finish my 6 months tourist visa cause my agent wanted me to go home already to know the result of my PMV applied last september 11 ... if u dont mind can i ask your whats ur visa timeline???its ok angelwings28f cause being apart for a while means spending lifetime together ... my fiance was sad too when i go home but i cheer him up and said that we need to be seperated for a while so we can be together for the rest of our life ...


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Rules and regulations are changing always. There are doubters but I am trying to to help you all in a smooth process to be with your loved one in Australia. So read properly the below please as I turned the PDF into Notebook so you can all see but notebook translates horribly.

Australian Government

Department of Immigrationn and Citizenship

by e-mail

Dear Ms,

VISA GRANT NOTIFICATION
Subclasss 300 Prospective Marriage (Temporary)


I am writing about your application for a Prospective Marriage (temporary) visa wwhich was lodged on
31 August 2011. I am pleased to advise that you have beeen granted this visa.

The visa requires that you first enter Australia before 13 October 2012.

After initial entry to Australia has been made the visa allows you to leave and re-enter Australia as
many times as you like until 06 October 2012. Please note that the visa will cease on this date.

Your visa also has the following conditions:


you must not marry before entering Australia;

you must enter into the marriage in relation to which your visa was granteed before 06 October
2012 when your visa ceases to be in effect; (NB: the time you have in Australia to marry
under this visa cannot be extended);
After you have married your sponsor, and before 06 October 2012, you will need to appply for a
Spouse visa. This is a two stage you will need combined app

e process.To make application for a Spouse
(Provisional) visa annd a Spouse (Migrant) visa. The Spouse (Migrant) visa is usually deccided two
years after the date of application. At both decision stages, the decision-maker must be satissfied that
you and your spouse are in a genuine and continuing marital relationsship.

The nearest processsing office of the Department of Immigration and Citizennship (DIAC) will be
responsible for the processing oof your application for a Spouse visa. If you change your address in
Australia after you arrive you must advise DIAC of your new address by writing to the processsing office
in Australia.

Passport

The visa is linked to the passport number thaat was providded with your application. If you obtaain a new
passport after receiving this letteer and beforre the visa expires, you will need too contact thee nearest
Immigration office in Australia or overseas to advise the Department of the new passport details.

Please note: If the Department is not provided with the details of your new passport, you may
experience significant delays at the airport annd may be deenied permisssion to travel.

To obtain your visa you must call one of the following call centre telephone numbers to arrange for the
passport to be couriered to thee embassy too have your visa label attached. You cannot personally
come to the Embasssy to have theese visa labeel attached.

1909-36 22779 (PLD T, Smart, orr Touchcardd subscriberrs);
1900-36 22779 (Globbe, Innove, oor Touchmoobile subscrribers); or


Auustralian Embasssy, 23nd Floor, Towwer II, RCBC Plaaza
Ayala AAve cnr Gil. Puyaat Ave, Makati, MMetro Manila, Phiilippines
Immigration Phone: 63 2 757 8340, E-mmail address: [email protected]



1903-3622779 (BayanTel).

For access from Australia please call 63 2 845 92 11. Calls will be billed at a flat rate of AUD$10.00.
Payment can only be made by credit card.

The Call Centre operates Monday to Friday from 8am to 10pm and Saturday from 8am to 6pm.

Your passport may also be submitted in person at the Visa Information and Application Centre (VIA
Centre) in Metro Manila located at the 9th Floor, One Corporate Plaza, 845 Antonio Arnaiz Ave.,
Makati City 1223 or in Cebu at Unit 1004-B, 10/F Keppel Center, Samar Loop cor Cardinal Rosales
Ave, Cebu Business Park, Cebu City.

The Centre opening hours for submission of documents are: 8:30am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday
and 8:00am to 11:30am, Saturday.

Please note that your visa has been granted on the basis of the information provided in support of this
application. If incorrect information or documents have been provided with the application and that
information has not been corrected, it may lead to cancellation of the visa at a later stage

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, visit Commission on Filipinos Overseas

Checking visa details

The Department has developed a new service called Entitlement Verification Online (EVO) which
allows certain third parties to check visa information with your consent.
Through EVO, visa holders can give their consent to registered third parties such as:



employers and labour suppliers, to help check whether the visa allows the holder to work in
Australia;

government agencies, to help assess the visa holder’s eligibility for services;

licensing authorities, to help establish the visa holder’s eligibility for a licence; and

educational institutions, to assess whether the visa holder can study in Australia.
The disclosure of a holder’s visa information by the Department is governed by the Privacy Act 1988.
Therefore, the Department will disclose information about the visas to a third party only with the visa
holder’s consent. You can consent to an inquiry about the visa entitlements by giving the third party
your name, date of birth, passport number and passport country of issue. If you do not wish a third
party to find out about your visa entitlements, do not provide this information.

The information form 993i Safeguarding your personal information, available on the Department’s
website (Department of Immigration & Citizenship) or from Immigration offices, gives details of third parties to which you can
consent to your personal information being disclosed, and how you can consent.

Living in Australia

This visa entitles you to work in Australia, however there is no guarantee of employment in Australia.

Your sponsor is responsible for assisting you financially and with accommodation in Australia following
the grant of this visa.

Useful information on living in Australia,
Please see http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/994i.pdf, Settlement information for migrants to
Australia. The form includes useful topics such as:



Social security: In most cases you are not eligible for social security income support
payments until the grant of the migrant visa;

Health and Medicare: You are eligible to enrol with Medicare, the Government health

scheme, once you have married your sponsor and applied for a temporary Spouse visa in
Australia; and


Language education: You are only eligible to receive free English language tuition once
you have been granted a temporary Spouse visa in Australia.
Further detailed information about Australia
The Life in Australia web pages, www.immi.gov.au/settle provide detailed information about services
for prospective and newly arrived migrants. The Beginning a Life in Australia booklets are provided for
each state and territory and are available in English and 23 community languages. They can be
downloaded from the web pages at www.immi.gov.au/settle/booklets/booklets.

Settlement details form

If you have not yet completed a Form 886 ‘Settlement Details’ please complete it and return to this
office. Go to http://www.immi.gov.au/allforms/pdf/886.pdf

Australian Embassy Manila
23rd Floor, RCBC Plaza, Tower 2
Cnr Ayala & Gil Puyat Avenue,
Makati City, Metro Manila 1200

The information collected on this form is used to help the Australian Government improve its services
to migrants. The information provided will be used to more effectively plan services such as health,
education and English language tuition.

I would like to take this opportunity to wish you well for your future in Australia.

Yours sincerely,
XXXX Case Officer
Department of Immigration and Citizenship
Australian Embassy Manila

6 January 2012

Hi,
did u submit ur passport to the embassy?


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I think this has been going on for a few years now. I took the seminar a year ago in preparation for my visa filing. From what I can remember, you need to bring photos of you and your partner as one of the requirement. Hope that helps.
Hi,
Thanks sugarstoned. just in case, i will bring photos. I saw one time on t.v about this but they are U.S immigrants.

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Hi,
did u submit ur passport to the embassy?
The VIA Centre HM20. in Metro Manila- Makati


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