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Old 05-03-2011, 05:56 AM
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Hi all, i met my partner via the internet in January this year, we spend every night on the net talking for hours, not a night goes past where we dont, then we end up on the phone for an hour. I went to the Philippines in April and spent two weeks with her and found that i must be the luckiest guy alive, she is so loving and genuine and completely honest about her attentions to our relationship, i proposed and now we are fiancee, both of us have never married, iam 38yo she is 22yo, we both love one another very deeply and plan to marry in Australia in December this year. She meets all requirements set out by immigration and was wondering if anyone could advise our chances of having a prospective marriage visa approved, i have good job here in australia well paid


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Old 05-03-2011, 06:56 AM
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Hi there,

Nice to see a fellow Briswegien on here Congratulations on the engagement. I can understand your excitement and urge to bring her to Australia. A PMV in itself is not difficult to get, but with your fiancee being from the Phillipines, it could be a long process, up to 6 months or more.

If you search the forum, you'll see a lot of Filipinos applying for partner visas. As it is a high risk country, it will take longer to comb through your evidence, as there are unfortunately a lot of scammers out there who use spouse visas to get to Australia.

So, gather as much evidence as you can. Start getting snap happy, keep your receipts for everything you purchase for eachother etc.


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Old 05-04-2011, 02:31 AM
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I agree with aussiegirl. it should not be a problem to get the visa but try and provide as much information as possible and submit everything.


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