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1 applying for fiancee visa on Tue Feb 19, 2013 10:43 pm


Arresto Menor
ask ko lang po kung pwede na po ba kami mag-apply for fiancee visa?
i met my boyfriend in on line dating site before and now we are having serious relationship for about 3months and planning to marry.
he was a filipino but now an australian citizen.
he had come here in philippines last month and we're together for all those times he was here,and took a lot of pictures of us together,and even with his relatives.
we Skype everyday, talk using viber and txt every minute of the day.Sometimes we send emails to each other.
I even keep those remittance receipts of the financial support he had sent for me.and even his plane tickets.

In our situation, pwede na po ba mag-apply for a fiancee visa,so i could go to australia and get marry with my boyfriend?

hoping someone could help..
thank you so much!

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2 Re: applying for fiancee visa on Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:01 am


Reclusion Perpetua
its too fast.. fiancee visa will take long time.. even your medical is clear and no have any problems. which is 1 of the requirements and first step.. it will really take a long time. as per australia emb. for about 5-8 months ang process for this. at yung 3 months nyo na relationship is not enuf to prove how genuine is your relationship together. sending cards to each others, gifts maybe or even money will help a lot for this.

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3 Re: applying for fiancee visa on Wed Feb 20, 2013 7:21 pm


you should inquire at the australian embassy or website if you will qualify.

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