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  1. I lodged my application for PMV online last January 24, 2017. We just had our medicals 1st week of March. This application included my 2 kids from my previous relationship. I am a single mom and never been married. CO contacted us through email last March 14, 2017 to asked further documents which we uploaded in a minute. I was at worked yesterday when my fiancee' informed me that our case officer would like me to call them. I'm not so sure if some applications gone through some request like mine which i need to phone them today. Ladies and gents let me know if you experienced the same process from Australian Embassy ( Manila ).
  2. Hi All, So based on the following information https://www.border.gov.au/Forms/Documents/1127.pdf Is onshore partner visa possible? My prospective spouse has been granted a Visitor Visa Subclass 600 with the following conditions (8101 and 8201). There is no 8503. We are getting married in Australia.
  3. Hi Can anyone advise what the current waiting times for a PMV (Subclass 300) lodged in London is at the moment? If there is anyone who has recently had theirs granted and can share their timescale from start to finish. Many thanks in advance.
  4. Hi Everyone, I hope someone can help me please... My fiance and I are currently finalising everything (requirements, statutory declarations, booking of wedding, etc.) We have completed filling up the online form: Stage 1 - Partner or Prospective Marriage Visa (300,309/100,820/801). I logged in to IMMI, I believe I followed an external link to 47SP and took me to fill up Stage 1 - Partner or Prospective Marriage Visa (300,309/100,820/801). My fiance and I worked on this form until completion... but I have been reading forums the other day ... that 47SP is to be completed by the applicant - my fiance. Apparently I was too keen writing a novel (i think it is a girl thing... or my thing), I completed filling in the fields at page 18/27. now, I realise that this part may NOT be for me to complete, rather, it should have been my fiance writing all these details. Can someone please.... kindly confirm or clarify? Another question is the supporting witnesses who are meant to be Australian citizens or PRs. But the fields require info : relationship to sponsor... a couple of the supporting witnesses are my parents who knew me very well as well as my relationship... would we say "FRIEND"? And my friends have not met him personally because theyre in Australia. I have Australian relatives whom he's met in person but just briefly because it was a Family reunion overseas. I dont quite understand this part. Shall I leave it blank? Thanks in advance . I would really appreciate your feedbacks. Cheers!
  5. Hi everyone, I have not been able to find too much information about this topic. We are applying for a partner visa and my spouse (the applicant) has a record on his police clearance. It dates back 9 years. It is a minor drug offence of purchasing and using weed. He wasn't given jail time, just a caution and treatment and urine tests for a year. He has nothing else on his record. I assume this counts as a conviction and we are going to declare it obviously. Would this create any problem for us being granted the visa? What kind of extra documents should we add to the application? I was thinking the court ruling documents that explain the nature of the crime and certificate of completion of the 1-year testing period. Has anyone had a similar experience? Thanks in advance!
  6. Hi all, great resource you have all built up here. I'm after a general idea of how feasible my girlfriend's and my plan sounds, and any ideas you may think could help us. She is an Indian national, living and working in Malaysia. We met in Malaysia 18 months ago while I traveled throughout SEA. I've now returned to Australia for work and we aren't ready to let things go so easily. She has been working in Malaysia for two years and is about to sign a new contract for another two years. So the plan is for her to get a 12 month tourist visa and visit me here in her holidays (she is a school teacher, so lots of holidays), then in a year we lodge a PMV, and another 12 months tourist visa for visits during the processing period. She would then arrive here on a PMV in 24 months and we would be married sometime after that. Is that reasonable? Tourist visa, tourist visa, PMV? Are there any hurdles we are likely to come up against applying for two 12 month tourist visas? Are we better off making an application for a shorter visa the first time around? I'll be writing her letter of invitation, she has money for her first visit of two weeks but not enough for subsequent visits, she would return to her job like a normal person and save up for each visit as they happen. Would that pose problems? I have heard that for approval you need to show funds for your entire trip. If there are any other snags you can see we'd really appreciate your advice. Cheers EDIT: Also, how do you satisfy that you are only visiting if the intention is clearly to move toward a PMV and eventually stay? It seems like a Catch-22 to me. Is the Department understanding of this?
  7. Hi everyone, Im new to the forum and i have some question to ask, and thanks in advance for your answer. We applied for the prospective marriage visa in n March and get medical requirement just 1 day after we lodged our application at the VFS Hanoi, Vietnam. It has been about 4 months and last time i checked, there is no CO assigned yet. In the NOIM, we planned to sign our marriage paper in Jan and now we are planning to get married earlier then the main celebration in Vietnam. I heard that when you inform to the Consulate, it will automatically change into partner 309. What about the processing time, does it re-start again or it keeps counting the date is in March? Cause our application has been 4 months now. Thanks.
  8. I applied for my visa two weeks ago. I sent my paper application to Australia house in London. I was wondering when will I hear something from them saying they have received my application?
  9. Hi All - first of all, wishing you all the best with your visa applications, it is worth all the effort! Looking for a best way to apply for my Partner's (soon to be husband) son to migrate to OZ. My partner who is from Kenya, has been granted a PMV in April this year, he arrived in Oz at the beginning of July :-). We will be getting married at the end of December 2016, as per the 9 month condition, and once married immediately we will be applying for his temporary Partner Visa, onshore, as a next step towards his permanent Partner Visa. We would also like to start the process of the visa application for his son from previous relationship who now is 12. We have obtained a signed Form 1229 (Consent form to grant an Australian visa to a child under the age of 18 years) from the child's mother, also the certified copy of her ID and other relevant documents. The child currently resides in Kenya and is in boarding school, being looked after my husband's relatives as the mother does not have any interest in the child. We are wondering which child visa application is the most appropriate in our case? My partner has included his son as a non-migrating applicant in his PMV application, can his son be added when applying for his temporary Partner Visa or does it need to be a separate application? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated - thank you!
  10. Hello, my partner and I are applying for a PMV in the near future and I am wondering if anyone has any insight into how many whatsapp messsages you should submit, lists of Skype calls, Facebook messenger messages. We litterally have hundreds of pages and I am not sure how much to submit. Thank you in advance!
  11. Hi. Please help me. I am from Philippines. *Visa: PMV Subclass 300 *Application was lodged on August 1, 2013 *Medical exam done on August 22, 2013 *Case officer was allocated on October 2013 I made a phone call to Visa Office and they told me that my application is now on the final stage. What does this mean? It's been 4 months now since I lodged my visa application. Awaiting for your response. Thank you so much.
  12. Hi everyone, On the PMV check list for a Bangkok application it asks to provide documents, ID for all migrating and non migrating family members. Can someone clarify this for me? My concern is she is no longer in contact with most of her family, she was fostered out as a 2 year old. Does she just say "no longer in contact?" Also she has an 11yo son that will not be migrating. The son has lived with grandparents for years (ex partners). What information would we need to provide for him if any? Also what would we need to put in place now if a possible migration for him would sought in the future. 11 years ago I sponsored a PMV for my at the time US Fiance. Although we did manage to marry, the relationship broke down quick, she became homesick and returned home. I informed the department who cancelled her visa and got a divorce. My concern is do I inform of this in my application? I can not remember exact dates being around 11 years ago? Thanks in advance for any help.
  13. Hi, my Thai fiance and I are wanting to submit a PMV in early December. We would like for her to travel to Australia for 3 months after this. Is this possible? When would the medical need to be submitted and can it be done in Australia? Also do we do the police checks before submitting or are they requested?
  14. As a sponsor can I apply online for a prospective marriage visa on behalf of my fiancée who is outside Australia ? If so do I sign up with her name and detail's as the applicant or do I sign up as myself the sponsor where I will have an option to lodge and pay for the visa for the applicant ? It would be a lot easier for me to get the documents from my fiancée then do the application online here when ready as she lives in rural area with slow inconsistent internet. Thank you for your time.
  15. Myself (Australian, sponsor) and fiance Tal (Israeli, applicant) have applied for our Prospective marriage visa and require some advice, please without judgement. Here is a overview of our situation. Tal and I have been together since may 2015, we met in India and he subsequently came to Australia on a tourist visa to see if our relationship would work out (obviously it has). Tal left a previous relationship in Finland in November 2014. He had resided there for the previous 2 years with his previous partner on what he thought was a de facto visa (turns out it was actually a marriage visa). Cut a long story short it was a very traumatic relationship and her mental health brought him to a really bad place, he left Finland and returned to Israel briefly before travelling in India where we met. Since then we have been in a loving committed relationship witnessed by both our friends and family. However, during applying for the visa process Tal decided he did not want to include anything about his residency in Finland, this caused many arguments which ended in a stalemate where I told him to do whatever he wanted, I didn't want to have a part in the lie but understood that it would be traumatic for him to go through all the details of Finland. Thus I went against my values of honesty and truth and allowed him to complete the visa with only mention of him being in a relationship with his ex (no mention of marriage or living in Finland). So now we have received an email from our case officer notifying us that the department is aware of his marriage to his ex and living in finland. All divorce papers have been filled and the divorce is official as of 6/8/2016. So my question is where do we go from here? Is it enough to reply to our case officer expressing what we think is our compassionate and compelling circumstance? Should these statements be on a stat dec? What can we do to prove our honesty, show our commitment to eachother (already plenty of evidence in the visa application) and prove we are both, especially Tal, very remorseful and apologetic for our actions? From now on we will be completely honest regarding all information to the department and ask for any advice anyone here can offer
  16. MY fiance and I are wanting to put in PMV application around November 2016, we are also wanting to put in an application for a visitor visa around the same time for a to 10 day visit at the end of December. Will this be a problem? Will the two visas clash? We don't want to apply late for visitor visa as I know it will be busy around that time.
  17. Hi everyone, I have just been browsing the site for hours trying to work out which is the best visa for my girlfriend. She is a Vietnamese girl and we have been together since December 2014. She is a flight attendant for EVA Airlines, a Taiwanese airline and that is how we met - when she was in Brisbane for work. Since then, she has been able to come to Australia almost every month through work and we never applied for any visa as we could see each other each month. Recently, she was unable to get flights to Brisbane so we applied for a tourist visa in which I provided support in the application eg, stat decs, letter of support etc. The Tourist Visa is for 6 months and only has two conditions: 8101 - No work 8201 - Max 3 months study We are thinking about the future and getting married etc. We are planning on having a wedding in early 2018 but thinking of signing for a marriage certificate in Australia later this year and then applying for a Partner Visa. That way, we can get the application underway and won't have to apply for another Tourist Visa when it expires in October this year. The only thing is, even though we sign to be legally married in Australia, she still needs to go back as she is required to work as that is her source of income and employment until the wedding in 2018. I know she will be granted a Bridging Visa if we apply for a Partner Visa but if she needs to leave - will questions be asked by the DIBP? Will they see this negatively? We just thought that hopefully, by the time the wedding comes around, the visa will be close to being granted so we wouldn't have to wait too long also. We will be applying on-shore and online if it makes any difference. Matt
  18. Hi, we have applied for PMV through an agent in Sydney in late December 2015.Before that I had two visitor visa refused.I am from High risk country.I have been reading in this forum that visitor visa is more likely to approved after the submission of partner visa.But my partner in Sydney is worried that two previous refusal will make our applcation a complicated one and we should not go ahead with another visitor visa.Will my previous refusal of visitor visa make my application complicated?? We have been in long distance relationship since February 2014 and we have met each other.And we have travelled a lot in those two years.We have almost all the evidence require for the PMV. Thank you
  19. Hello, I am just a new member here. I know some of my questions might have been answered thus any thoughtful ideas is highly appreciate I would like to invite my parents here in Australia for my wedding. I am a Filo and my fiance is an Australian citizen. Here are my queries: - My father has a job but he does not get as much; Should we declare it or just write a letter that we can afford to sustain him while here? - My father and sis had lung problem before maybe close but not TB; do they need to have a clearance from a doctor or something like that so they can be approved? - If they use the tourist visa to come across, would the bank statement for my Fiance needed to be of higher amount? Thanks for all your help!Much appreciated! Cutie92
  20. HEY EVERYONE HAS ANYONE HAD TO FILL HIS/HERS NOIM FORM OUTSIDE AUSTRALIA AND HOW DID YOU GO ABOUT IT. THE WEDDING IS GOING TO BE IN AUSTRALIA BUT APPARENTLY I NEED TO FILL ONE FORM IN UGANDA AND TAKE IT TO THE HIGH COMMISSION TO BE SIGNED AS FOR MY MRS WHO`S IN AUSTRALIA HAS TO GET HERS SIGNED BY THE CELEBRANT IN AUSTRALIA IS THAT CORRECT MY SECOND QUESTION IS REGARDING THE VISA PAYMENT, IM DOING MY APPLICATION ONLINE AND WAS WONDERING IF THERE'S A LINK I OPEN TO DO THE PAYMENT AND LETS SAY IS I WANT TO USE BPAY WHAT DO I USE AS MY ACCOUNT NUMBER AND IMMIGRATION #. OR DO I HAVE TO PRESS SUBMIT BEFORE BEING ABLE TO PAY WHEN APPLYING ONLINE? I MIGHT SNEAK IN ANOTHER QUESTION OR TWO WHAT EVIDENCE ARE CONSIDERED TO BE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SO THAT I CAN FOCUS ONE AND HAVE LESS OF THE THERE, EG ARE PHOTOS OF US TOGETHER CONSIDERED TO BE PRIMARY OR SECONDARY IN TERMS OF EVIDENCE COLLECTION AND IS A PMV A TEMPORARY OR PERMANENT VISA COZ THAT'S QUESTION 24 ON FORM 80
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    hey im applying online for my PMV and im the only applicant do i need to fill the form 80 since its not on the online list of documents or should i wait for my C/O to ask for it
  22. hey guys i would 1 st like to thank everyone who participates in this forums you guys are life savers. so to give you guys a bit of context im Ugandan and my gf is English but she just had her PR approved 1 month ago(25th Nov) as a nurse in Australia. as for myself i have been studying in Australia for about 4 years now but early this year i came back to Uganda to start my businesses and also as she awaits her PR application. we have been dating for almost 2 years now and been apart for 7 months though in those 7 months we have met twice for holiday in Bali and Japan. i have met her parents and grand parents who live in Perth and they know about our relationship. so here comes the questions 1: does the fact she just got her PR recently going to affect our application if we lodge for PMV in Jan 2: should i submit my AFP clearance and Ug police clearance when i lodge the application or should we wait till the request for it since i know they expire after 1 year and not sure how long the process takes. 3: do we both have to be engaged to lodge the PMV 4: since we have the wedding date locked in, do i have to withdraw my PMV if we get married in Thailand before we get the answer and do i have to disclose it or should we just wait till the PMV has been approved then get married in Thai. if we decide to change midway after applying for the PMV to a Partner visa will this drastically affect the waiting period 5: we`re planning to go to the UK for 3 months after the `wedding` is this a good idea or should i wait till i get my answer 6: with the Notice of intended marriage Doc should we put out intended day of marriage in Thailand Mid this year or just get one from a registrar in Brisbane which might be easy to get thanks Very much Guys and Merry Xmas
  23. hey guys i would 1 st like to thank everyone who participates in this forums you guys are life savers. so to give you guys a bit of context im Ugandan and my gf is English but she just had her PR approved 1 month ago(25th Nov) as a nurse in Australia. as for myself i have been studying in Australia for about 4 years now but early this year i came back to Uganda to start my businesses and also as she awaits her PR application. we have been dating for almost 2 years now and been apart for 7 months though in those 7 months we have met twice for holiday in Bali and Japan. i have met her parents and grand parents who live in Perth and they know about our relationship. so here comes the questions 1: does the fact she just got her PR recently going to affect our application if we lodge for PMV in Jan 2: should i submit my AFP clearance and Ug police clearance when i lodge the application or should we wait till the request for it since i know they expire after 1 year and not sure how long the process takes. 3: do we both have to be engaged to lodge the PMV 4: since we have the wedding date locked in, do i have to withdraw my PMV if we get married in Thailand before we get the answer and do i have to disclose it or should we just wait till the PMV has been approved then get married in Thai. if we decide to change midway after applying for the PMV to a Partner visa will this drastically affect the waiting period 5: we`re planning to go to the UK for 3 months after the `wedding` is this a good idea or should i wait till i get my answer 6: with the Notice of intended marriage Doc should we put out intended day of marriage in Thailand Mid this year or just get one from a registrar in Brisbane which might be easy to get thanks Very much Guys and Merry Xmas
  24. Hi. My Indonesian fiancee applied for a Prospective Marriage visa in April. She overstayed the student visa she she was on when we met by about six months. To be honest, if she had not overstayed that visa, our relationship would never have had time to get off the ground. Less than a month after she applied, she got a phone call from the Embassy in Jakarta who interviewed/interrogated her about the overstay. Since then, the prcoess seems to have been progressing normally. She was soon asked to submit her medical checks, and two or three months later we had a request to provide more information bout a certain document. So at this stage I'm not particularly worried. However I was reading through the other threads on the forum and in response to a question about processing times, one poster responsed along the lines of "You can probably rely on it taking around 10-12 months unless you are somehow considered high risk *cough* overstay *cough*." So I was hoping someone could provide some insight in to how exactly the overstay might affect our processing times or our chances of having the visa granted/rejected. Thanks to anyone who can give us any information, and I hope that whatever answers I get can be useful to someone else on these forums in the future. Cheers, J.
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