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Old 05-09-2012, 01:35 PM
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guys I need your help, Ive been here in Sydney for three months already using the PMV. Apparently the relationship with my fiancee didn't work and we decided to part ways. I still have 6 months and I moved out from my fiancee's house and now I'm living with my relatives.

Guys what do you think I need to do regarding this matter. I don't wanna go back to the Philippines so is there any other visas I can use to be able to stay here. Your input will be highly appreciated.

Gurl , what happened? I used to talk to u before while waiting for ur visa and now ur in Sydney hah..why you moved out right away? do you think u guys still can patch things up? I think that the only thing running into your head ( both ) right now is pride...hmm, I don't really know what to say coz I don't know what really happened..you can pm me..hehehe

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Old 05-10-2012, 05:10 AM
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blessie, if they will visit you up to 3 months only, they don't need medicals ( hmm not sure about the kid huh )

Invitation letter and Stat, would be better if they are all originals just my 2 cents..heheh

also, they need to get NBI clearance..

Hope it helps

Cheers!

AngelaMay

Hmmm okay, so it needs to be certified! Thank you so much AngelaMay. I was delightened.


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Hi guys, im a newbie here and need some advice, I am Australian living in Australia and my fiancee is Filipina living in the Philippines, my fiancee has received an email from her CO saying they require the birth certificate and health checks for her daughter, my fiancee has not included her daughter on the visa application form. (will be applying for a child visa for her after my fiancee settles in Australia)
We just like to know dose anyone know any reason why they require this information if her daughter is not included in the visa application?,,, someone please help


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Old 05-10-2012, 10:52 PM
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They require health checks for all children even of they are not included

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Sorry pressed send too soon. They require this for all children even of they are not migrating at the time. If the child had a serious medical condition this may impact the parents application.

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Old 05-11-2012, 08:18 AM
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I didn't call, i just emailed to ask for updates on my application. No reply yet. but yeah, our visa will come soon, hopfully! hehe. yours is more comforting though coz atleast a CO has already contacted you. lets just all be patient and pray harder.
Hello foxycrazy...any news yet? Did they email you for any updates?


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Old 05-14-2012, 01:45 PM
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Hello everyone!

I am new in this forum. It was my husband who introduced this site to me. Same as all of you here, i am waiting for my application to be allocated to respective CO. I filed my application last March 3 and it was acknowledged on March 5. All the additional requirements such as Medical and NSO documents were already forwarded to the embassy. However up until now i haven't heard/received anything from them. I constantly sent e-mail inquiring the status of my application. As expected, they always told me to wait. At first, after 28 days, then after 6-8 weeks then the last was to wait for 2-3 months.

Do you get the same response from them? Its been 9 weeks since my application was acknowledged. How long did your application allocated to CO? Your opinions and comments are highly appreciated.

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Hi, what type of visa did you applied for? Onshore or offshore ? I came in to Australia with prospective marriage visa and lodged my 802 in the mid of March and they said that it will take up to 2 -3 month before you can be allocated a case officer. In reply to your question generally it take up 3 month before you can hear from them.just hang in there and be prayerful .


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Hi, what type of visa did you applied for? Onshore or offshore ? I came in to Australia with prospective marriage visa and lodged my 802 in the mid of March and they said that it will take up to 2 -3 month before you can be allocated a case officer. In reply to your question generally it take up 3 month before you can hear from them.just hang in there and be prayerful .
Hi Realman2011. Its Spouse Visa Sub-class 309. I filed my application offshore (Manila). That is all we can do, to wait and hoping for the immigration to expedite our application. Thank you so much. Let me here again from you for every progress of your application.


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Oh ok, i think the offshore application usually take between 10 - 12 month to process depending on the work load at the embassy .
All You can do is to wait and keep praying. Your turn is on the way.


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