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Old 04-30-2012, 12:28 PM
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Hello one more question guys we got married here in hk and we are going to apply for the spouse visa here as well..
Do you think they will have to ask if it's registered in the phillipines?or do we need to register it in philippines consulate? Thanks guys
Hi Ulah,

I think you have to register your marriage in Phils/NSO since you're still in Philippine passport. One of the requirements for Phils passport applicants is the NSO marriage contract. So just to be sure that everything will be available by the time you pass your application, you might want to fix the marriage registration.


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Old 04-30-2012, 12:38 PM
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Hi Shy26 and madeltalastas, hoping to hear from you guys if you've already been assigned a CO. Thanks!
hi Foxycrazy,

I don't have CO yet but im hoping in few weeks i'll be assigned to one lol... i'll def provide you an update. Embassy website still not updated


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Old 04-30-2012, 01:47 PM
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Hello everyone ,i am new in this site....i just want to ask maybe somebody have encountered the same problem i have.....my question is do i need to get a police clearance in Hongkong coz i worked there for 15 years n just back home last 2008? and if i need, does anyone know how to get one since i am now in the Philippines? hope somebody can help me on this...thank you...


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Old 04-30-2012, 11:30 PM
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hi Foxycrazy,

I don't have CO yet but im hoping in few weeks i'll be assigned to one lol... i'll def provide you an update. Embassy website still not updated
I will surely inform you guys..As of now I haven't heard from them yet.But hopefully this month We just have to pray and wait.


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Old 05-01-2012, 12:37 AM
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Custody of illegitimate child

My wife and I are about to apply for a partner visa, she is a Filipino who lives and works in Bangkok and has a 6 year old illegitimate daughter cared for in Phils by my mother-in-law.

I have had much confusing advice about what evidence we require to show sole custody - I understand that under Phlippines law she already has sole custody, but I have heard that the Australian Immigration Department may ask for a court order (which is difficult to do with my wife in Bangkok)/

The biological father abandoned them before birth, has never paid support, has visited the child 4 times in nearly 7 years ... and is unfortunately named on the birth certificate.

Has anyone been through a similar situation? Any advice appreciated.


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Old 05-01-2012, 03:34 AM
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Hi Angela,

You're really lucky to be assigned a CO this fast. I haven't heard from them yet. Did you follow them up, or the CO just introduced himself to you that he is your case officer? I'm kind of thinking twice if I will call/email to follow up on my application.

foxycrazy, you might have already a CO. as what I have read from other forums that there are COs that don't email or even introduce themselves to the applicants. your CO might one of them..I think that there's no problem with your application. they usually contact the applicants if there are additional docs to be submitted..
for my case,I received an email from him telling that he's my CO and he's not yet asking any additional docs from me..

gurl, try to call the embassy for you not to worry much about your application. maybe your CO is way too busy that he/she can't manage to inform / email you.Don't worry, we are on our way.
Your application should be ok.:-)
For us who are waiting for visas, let's just be patient enough..:-) hmm one thing, never forget to pray..

Cheers!!!

Angela


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Old 05-01-2012, 03:54 AM
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foxycrazy, you might have already a CO. as what I have read from other forums that there are COs that don't email or even introduce themselves to the applicants. your CO might one of them..I think that there's no problem with your application. they usually contact the applicants if there are additional docs to be submitted..
for my case,I received an email from him telling that he's my CO and he's not yet asking any additional docs from me..

gurl, try to call the embassy for you not to worry much about your application. maybe your CO is way too busy that he/she can't manage to inform / email you.Don't worry, we are on our way.
Your application should be ok.:-)
For us who are waiting for visas, let's just be patient enough..:-) hmm one thing, never forget to pray..

Cheers!!!

Angela
hehe thanks Angela. from the other forums you've read, how long is the processing as soon as a CO has been assigned to your application? Also, would you ever know if the COs here in Phils are Filipinos or Aussies? Just thinking.

What do you usually say when you follow up for your application? Are they accomodating?


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Old 05-01-2012, 09:52 AM
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hehe thanks Angela. from the other forums you've read, how long is the processing as soon as a CO has been assigned to your application? Also, would you ever know if the COs here in Phils are Filipinos or Aussies? Just thinking.

What do you usually say when you follow up for your application? Are they accomodating?
Foxycrazy, about the processing, I'm not really sure about that.It depends. some got it as early as 2 -3 months after
heheh you will know your CO if Filipino or Aussie by their surname ( if he/she gives you the fullname )..as for follow up, I haven't tried calling them ( immi ). I just wait for them to contact me. I think they are accommodating when it comes to follow up thing. Just try to call or email them Now Na hhehe
Foxycrazy, stay easy...

Keep me posted.I'll keep you posted as well ..

Cheers Angela


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Old 05-01-2012, 10:01 AM
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Hello thats a great help...ms.Angela eversince we got married I haven't met my inlaws yet...I might apply for a 676 when I lodge in the application and have CO for it
Wondering if that's possible...just few months I think....
Ulah
Hi ulah , you mean you'll apply for spouse visa and at the same time 676 ( tourist visa )?

Cheers!

Angela


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Old 05-01-2012, 11:39 AM
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Hi Ms.Angela after we lodge in 309...do you think which one is better 679 or 676 I only wanna be with my in laws for a holiday..
Ulah


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