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Skilled Nomination visa subclass 190 (VIC) steps & financial capacity requirement

Hi everyone!

Hope all is well. I am currently waiting for my Civil Engineer skill assessment results from EA . If positive po yung results, my partner and I plan to apply for visa 189 and 190 (Victoria) at 85 points. In line with this, I would like to kindly ask po sana below questions about the visa 190 procedure for victoria and the financial requirement of 35K AUD for an offshore applicant (with 1 dependent) applying for subclass visa 190 nomination for victoria/ melbourne.

(1) if required po yung funds, how long po kaya dapat na nakasit sa bank yung 30KAUD na funds para di magmukhang suspicious sa bank statement?

(2) ideally dapat po ba naka ready na yung bank statement / certificate bago po ako magsubmit ng EOI?

(3) if selected and maka receive po ako ng invite to apply for Victorian visa nomination, then I will have to submit all the relevant documents and proof to support thr EOI points I claimed AND the proof of financial capacity ng 35KAUD (1 dependent applicant)?

(4) Once nominated, I will receive an invite to apply for the visa and will need to supply all the proof (fiancee relationship proof, police, nbi clearances etc) within 60 days?

Thank you in advance for your time and we grealty appreciate if you can share your thoughts and experience about this. :)

gzabala

Comments

  • connex7287connex7287 Makati
    Posts: 45Member
    Joined: Mar 27, 2020

    Do I need to submit separate EOI to state's website apart from skill select EOI? Or only selected states? TIA. Stay safe.

  • oz_monsteroz_monster Melbourne
    Posts: 27Member
    Joined: Jul 19, 2014

    @connex7287 said:
    Do I need to submit separate EOI to state's website apart from skill select EOI? Or only selected states? TIA. Stay safe.

    Yes you need to submit a state sponsorship application to each state that you want to apply for.

  • oz_monsteroz_monster Melbourne
    Posts: 27Member
    Joined: Jul 19, 2014

    @claireang said:
    Hi everyone!

    Hope all is well. I am currently waiting for my Civil Engineer skill assessment results from EA . If positive po yung results, my partner and I plan to apply for visa 189 and 190 (Victoria) at 85 points. In line with this, I would like to kindly ask po sana below questions about the visa 190 procedure for victoria and the financial requirement of 35K AUD for an offshore applicant (with 1 dependent) applying for subclass visa 190 nomination for victoria/ melbourne.

    (1) if required po yung funds, how long po kaya dapat na nakasit sa bank yung 30KAUD na funds para di magmukhang suspicious sa bank statement?

    (2) ideally dapat po ba naka ready na yung bank statement / certificate bago po ako magsubmit ng EOI?

    (3) if selected and maka receive po ako ng invite to apply for Victorian visa nomination, then I will have to submit all the relevant documents and proof to support thr EOI points I claimed AND the proof of financial capacity ng 35KAUD (1 dependent applicant)?

    (4) Once nominated, I will receive an invite to apply for the visa and will need to supply all the proof (fiancee relationship proof, police, nbi clearances etc) within 60 days?

    Thank you in advance for your time and we grealty appreciate if you can share your thoughts and experience about this. :)

    1. normally at least 6 months prior to submission, you should have the show money in your account but this is still subject to the assessment of the case officer if he/she is satisfied with your bank statement
    2. yes, ideally, all documents are ready prior to EOI
    3. you have to submit all documents required by Victoria for state nomination
    4. once your Vic application has been approved, you will receive an invite from DHA to lodge your 190. You only have 60 days from date you were invited to apply to lodge your visa, make sure you have al documents ready
  • RheaMARN1171933RheaMARN1171933 Posts: 1,640Member, Administrator
    Joined: Mar 10, 2016

    @oz_monster said:

    @claireang said:
    Hi everyone!

    Hope all is well. I am currently waiting for my Civil Engineer skill assessment results from EA . If positive po yung results, my partner and I plan to apply for visa 189 and 190 (Victoria) at 85 points. In line with this, I would like to kindly ask po sana below questions about the visa 190 procedure for victoria and the financial requirement of 35K AUD for an offshore applicant (with 1 dependent) applying for subclass visa 190 nomination for victoria/ melbourne.

    (1) if required po yung funds, how long po kaya dapat na nakasit sa bank yung 30KAUD na funds para di magmukhang suspicious sa bank statement?

    (2) ideally dapat po ba naka ready na yung bank statement / certificate bago po ako magsubmit ng EOI?

    (3) if selected and maka receive po ako ng invite to apply for Victorian visa nomination, then I will have to submit all the relevant documents and proof to support thr EOI points I claimed AND the proof of financial capacity ng 35KAUD (1 dependent applicant)?

    (4) Once nominated, I will receive an invite to apply for the visa and will need to supply all the proof (fiancee relationship proof, police, nbi clearances etc) within 60 days?

    Thank you in advance for your time and we grealty appreciate if you can share your thoughts and experience about this. :)

    1. normally at least 6 months prior to submission, you should have the show money in your account but this is still subject to the assessment of the case officer if he/she is satisfied with your bank statement
    2. yes, ideally, all documents are ready prior to EOI
    3. you have to submit all documents required by Victoria for state nomination
    4. once your Vic application has been approved, you will receive an invite from DHA to lodge your 190. You only have 60 days from date you were invited to apply to lodge your visa, make sure you have al documents ready

    With a score of 85 points, it is almost impossible to get an invite for 189 visa. You can try but be open that likely visa prospects would be 190 or 491. With regards to state sponsorship too early to focus on Victoria. I would suggest to wait until your skills assessment outcome is ready and about to lodge your EOI as no one is ever certain which state is open to sponsor until upon eoi lodgement. You can only choose amongst those states/territories that are open.

    Though funds maintenance needs to be declared for 190 state nomination application, the cases we’ve handled so far have not been asked for evidences but we always tell our clients to always be ready to present them if asked. It isn’t necessary to have this ready upon EOI lodgement but more during the state nomination application submission.

    Once nomination application is approved, you will automatically receive invite to apply for a visa from skillselect. You then have 60 days to respond. This is where you will have to supply all documents to support your points claim on EOI plus other documents for your dependents. Note that fiancée doesn’t mean you meet the de facto relationship category. You must be living for at least 12 months and provide evidence of co-dependence emotionally, financially, socially, that the relationship is continuing and genuine. Being a fiancée doesn’t mean these are all met. Police and health clearances are time sensitive documents so it doesn’t have to be submitted until case officer asks for them.

    Good luck

    ..arki_Ed510gzabalabaiken
  • oz_monsteroz_monster Melbourne
    Posts: 27Member
    Joined: Jul 19, 2014

    @RheaMARN1171933 said:

    @oz_monster said:

    @claireang said:
    Hi everyone!

    Hope all is well. I am currently waiting for my Civil Engineer skill assessment results from EA . If positive po yung results, my partner and I plan to apply for visa 189 and 190 (Victoria) at 85 points. In line with this, I would like to kindly ask po sana below questions about the visa 190 procedure for victoria and the financial requirement of 35K AUD for an offshore applicant (with 1 dependent) applying for subclass visa 190 nomination for victoria/ melbourne.

    (1) if required po yung funds, how long po kaya dapat na nakasit sa bank yung 30KAUD na funds para di magmukhang suspicious sa bank statement?

    (2) ideally dapat po ba naka ready na yung bank statement / certificate bago po ako magsubmit ng EOI?

    (3) if selected and maka receive po ako ng invite to apply for Victorian visa nomination, then I will have to submit all the relevant documents and proof to support thr EOI points I claimed AND the proof of financial capacity ng 35KAUD (1 dependent applicant)?

    (4) Once nominated, I will receive an invite to apply for the visa and will need to supply all the proof (fiancee relationship proof, police, nbi clearances etc) within 60 days?

    Thank you in advance for your time and we grealty appreciate if you can share your thoughts and experience about this. :)

    1. normally at least 6 months prior to submission, you should have the show money in your account but this is still subject to the assessment of the case officer if he/she is satisfied with your bank statement
    2. yes, ideally, all documents are ready prior to EOI
    3. you have to submit all documents required by Victoria for state nomination
    4. once your Vic application has been approved, you will receive an invite from DHA to lodge your 190. You only have 60 days from date you were invited to apply to lodge your visa, make sure you have al documents ready

    With a score of 85 points, it is almost impossible to get an invite for 189 visa. You can try but be open that likely visa prospects would be 190 or 491. With regards to state sponsorship too early to focus on Victoria. I would suggest to wait until your skills assessment outcome is ready and about to lodge your EOI as no one is ever certain which state is open to sponsor until upon eoi lodgement. You can only choose amongst those states/territories that are open.

    Though funds maintenance needs to be declared for 190 state nomination application, the cases we’ve handled so far have not been asked for evidences but we always tell our clients to always be ready to present them if asked. It isn’t necessary to have this ready upon EOI lodgement but more during the state nomination application submission.

    Once nomination application is approved, you will automatically receive invite to apply for a visa from skillselect. You then have 60 days to respond. This is where you will have to supply all documents to support your points claim on EOI plus other documents for your dependents. Note that fiancée doesn’t mean you meet the de facto relationship category. You must be living for at least 12 months and provide evidence of co-dependence emotionally, financially, socially, that the relationship is continuing and genuine. Being a fiancée doesn’t mean these are all met. Police and health clearances are time sensitive documents so it doesn’t have to be submitted until case officer asks for them.

    Good luck

    I'd say its still better if the applicant will be prudent/conservative and ensure they have or can produce all documents/requirements ahead of time to avoid last minute surprises when asked by the relevant authority.

  • RheaMARN1171933RheaMARN1171933 Posts: 1,640Member, Administrator
    Joined: Mar 10, 2016
    edited August 16

    @oz_monster said:

    @RheaMARN1171933 said:

    @oz_monster said:

    @claireang said:
    Hi everyone!

    Hope all is well. I am currently waiting for my Civil Engineer skill assessment results from EA . If positive po yung results, my partner and I plan to apply for visa 189 and 190 (Victoria) at 85 points. In line with this, I would like to kindly ask po sana below questions about the visa 190 procedure for victoria and the financial requirement of 35K AUD for an offshore applicant (with 1 dependent) applying for subclass visa 190 nomination for victoria/ melbourne.

    (1) if required po yung funds, how long po kaya dapat na nakasit sa bank yung 30KAUD na funds para di magmukhang suspicious sa bank statement?

    (2) ideally dapat po ba naka ready na yung bank statement / certificate bago po ako magsubmit ng EOI?

    (3) if selected and maka receive po ako ng invite to apply for Victorian visa nomination, then I will have to submit all the relevant documents and proof to support thr EOI points I claimed AND the proof of financial capacity ng 35KAUD (1 dependent applicant)?

    (4) Once nominated, I will receive an invite to apply for the visa and will need to supply all the proof (fiancee relationship proof, police, nbi clearances etc) within 60 days?

    Thank you in advance for your time and we grealty appreciate if you can share your thoughts and experience about this. :)

    1. normally at least 6 months prior to submission, you should have the show money in your account but this is still subject to the assessment of the case officer if he/she is satisfied with your bank statement
    2. yes, ideally, all documents are ready prior to EOI
    3. you have to submit all documents required by Victoria for state nomination
    4. once your Vic application has been approved, you will receive an invite from DHA to lodge your 190. You only have 60 days from date you were invited to apply to lodge your visa, make sure you have al documents ready

    With a score of 85 points, it is almost impossible to get an invite for 189 visa. You can try but be open that likely visa prospects would be 190 or 491. With regards to state sponsorship too early to focus on Victoria. I would suggest to wait until your skills assessment outcome is ready and about to lodge your EOI as no one is ever certain which state is open to sponsor until upon eoi lodgement. You can only choose amongst those states/territories that are open.

    Though funds maintenance needs to be declared for 190 state nomination application, the cases we’ve handled so far have not been asked for evidences but we always tell our clients to always be ready to present them if asked. It isn’t necessary to have this ready upon EOI lodgement but more during the state nomination application submission.

    Once nomination application is approved, you will automatically receive invite to apply for a visa from skillselect. You then have 60 days to respond. This is where you will have to supply all documents to support your points claim on EOI plus other documents for your dependents. Note that fiancée doesn’t mean you meet the de facto relationship category. You must be living for at least 12 months and provide evidence of co-dependence emotionally, financially, socially, that the relationship is continuing and genuine. Being a fiancée doesn’t mean these are all met. Police and health clearances are time sensitive documents so it doesn’t have to be submitted until case officer asks for them.

    Good luck

    I'd say its still better if the applicant will be prudent/conservative and ensure they have or can produce all documents/requirements ahead of time to avoid last minute surprises when asked by the relevant authority.

    Of course. I’m an agent and that’s what I’d advise clients....but when it comes to police and health clearances, timing is essential. They are valid for 12 months. If these are done too early, you risk having to do all these again. Given the situation now, best to wait instructions from case officer on these two documents.

    FYI, by the time one is on visa application stage already, almost all documents should be ready by then. the immigration website provides a list of what to present along with the visa application. If one follows the checklist, there’s no reason for last minute surprises if the case officer asks for documents later on in the application. And if one is asked for further documents, a deadline will be given. It’s not the end of the world if you fail to meet the deadline but one should respond prior to the due date and cite a valid reason why deadline cannot be met.

    I’m coming from a professional capacity, but of course if one thinks they know better, then just do what’s appropriate. I can only guide applicants in as much as what I think is best coming from someone working in the industry. Not here to debate, I’m here to guide.

    All the best :)

    Ed510baikengarceta14
  • silverbulletsilverbullet Posts: 202Member
    Joined: Jan 24, 2020

    Hello, mag oopen na daw po ang vic. Ask ko lang about sa nomination, if engineer po ang inyong nominated occupation, kailangan paba apply ng nomination sa knila like submit any requirements victoria state, or enough na po yung na i submit yung eoi nyo na naka tick ang 190 at nakatick sa victoria? Thank you po.

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    19/01/2020 - Interest in Australia Stuff
    24/01/2020 - Start gathering of information
    30/01/2020 - Start reviewing PTE Academic and booked exam on March 30, 2020
    29/02/2020 - PTE MOCK TEST A ( L:64 | R: 53 | S: 59| W: 68 ) sad!
    14/03/2020 - PTE MOCK TEST B ( L: 71| R: 60 | S: 75| W: 74) a little bit happy but I am aiming for superior.
    30/03/2020 - PTE EXAM (L: 71 | R: 86 | S: 85 | W: 74 ) SAD! ALMOST THERE! Going for superior! 18 April
    18/04/2020 - PTE EXAM (L:73 | R: 76 | S: 90 i W: 77 ) SAD! ALMOST THERE! EXAM REFUNDED, GOT ISSUE WITH INVIGILATOR.
    09/06/2020 - EA SKILL ASSESSMENT LODGE FOR 233512 MECHANICAL ENGINEER
    03/07/2020- EA request additional requirements and asked to rewrite the 3 episodes and SS
    22/07/2020- Submitted the rewritten 3 episodes, SS, and other requirements. 3episodes and SS coached by @MumVeng
    23/07/2020- EA asked additional requirements again, latest payslip.
    24/07/2020 - Submitted the latest payslips and received POSITIVE OUTCOME after an hour.
    12/08/2020 - PTE PARTNER - PASS!
    14/09/2020 - PTE EXAM - (L: 81 | R: 86 | S: 88 | W: 90) SUPERIOR !! SO HAPPY! THANK GOD!!

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    Never, ever, during your trials and testings.
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    It was then that I carried you."

  • oz_monsteroz_monster Melbourne
    Posts: 27Member
    Joined: Jul 19, 2014

    @RheaMARN1171933 said:

    @oz_monster said:

    @RheaMARN1171933 said:

    @oz_monster said:

    @claireang said:
    Hi everyone!

    Hope all is well. I am currently waiting for my Civil Engineer skill assessment results from EA . If positive po yung results, my partner and I plan to apply for visa 189 and 190 (Victoria) at 85 points. In line with this, I would like to kindly ask po sana below questions about the visa 190 procedure for victoria and the financial requirement of 35K AUD for an offshore applicant (with 1 dependent) applying for subclass visa 190 nomination for victoria/ melbourne.

    (1) if required po yung funds, how long po kaya dapat na nakasit sa bank yung 30KAUD na funds para di magmukhang suspicious sa bank statement?

    (2) ideally dapat po ba naka ready na yung bank statement / certificate bago po ako magsubmit ng EOI?

    (3) if selected and maka receive po ako ng invite to apply for Victorian visa nomination, then I will have to submit all the relevant documents and proof to support thr EOI points I claimed AND the proof of financial capacity ng 35KAUD (1 dependent applicant)?

    (4) Once nominated, I will receive an invite to apply for the visa and will need to supply all the proof (fiancee relationship proof, police, nbi clearances etc) within 60 days?

    Thank you in advance for your time and we grealty appreciate if you can share your thoughts and experience about this. :)

    1. normally at least 6 months prior to submission, you should have the show money in your account but this is still subject to the assessment of the case officer if he/she is satisfied with your bank statement
    2. yes, ideally, all documents are ready prior to EOI
    3. you have to submit all documents required by Victoria for state nomination
    4. once your Vic application has been approved, you will receive an invite from DHA to lodge your 190. You only have 60 days from date you were invited to apply to lodge your visa, make sure you have al documents ready

    With a score of 85 points, it is almost impossible to get an invite for 189 visa. You can try but be open that likely visa prospects would be 190 or 491. With regards to state sponsorship too early to focus on Victoria. I would suggest to wait until your skills assessment outcome is ready and about to lodge your EOI as no one is ever certain which state is open to sponsor until upon eoi lodgement. You can only choose amongst those states/territories that are open.

    Though funds maintenance needs to be declared for 190 state nomination application, the cases we’ve handled so far have not been asked for evidences but we always tell our clients to always be ready to present them if asked. It isn’t necessary to have this ready upon EOI lodgement but more during the state nomination application submission.

    Once nomination application is approved, you will automatically receive invite to apply for a visa from skillselect. You then have 60 days to respond. This is where you will have to supply all documents to support your points claim on EOI plus other documents for your dependents. Note that fiancée doesn’t mean you meet the de facto relationship category. You must be living for at least 12 months and provide evidence of co-dependence emotionally, financially, socially, that the relationship is continuing and genuine. Being a fiancée doesn’t mean these are all met. Police and health clearances are time sensitive documents so it doesn’t have to be submitted until case officer asks for them.

    Good luck

    I'd say its still better if the applicant will be prudent/conservative and ensure they have or can produce all documents/requirements ahead of time to avoid last minute surprises when asked by the relevant authority.

    Of course. I’m an agent and that’s what I’d advise clients....but when it comes to police and health clearances, timing is essential. They are valid for 12 months. If these are done too early, you risk having to do all these again. Given the situation now, best to wait instructions from case officer on these two documents.

    FYI, by the time one is on visa application stage already, almost all documents should be ready by then. the immigration website provides a list of what to present along with the visa application. If one follows the checklist, there’s no reason for last minute surprises if the case officer asks for documents later on in the application. And if one is asked for further documents, a deadline will be given. It’s not the end of the world if you fail to meet the deadline but one should respond prior to the due date and cite a valid reason why deadline cannot be met.

    I’m coming from a professional capacity, but of course if one thinks they know better, then just do what’s appropriate. I can only guide applicants in as much as what I think is best coming from someone working in the industry. Not here to debate, I’m here to guide.

    All the best :)

    no worries at all :) we're defo not here to debate for sure :)

    ga2au
  • oz_monsteroz_monster Melbourne
    Posts: 27Member
    Joined: Jul 19, 2014

    @silverbullet said:
    Hello, mag oopen na daw po ang vic. Ask ko lang about sa nomination, if engineer po ang inyong nominated occupation, kailangan paba apply ng nomination sa knila like submit any requirements victoria state, or enough na po yung na i submit yung eoi nyo na naka tick ang 190 at nakatick sa victoria? Thank you po.

    Nomination process for Engineers - VIC SS is different, I believe EOI first, choose VIC then once you are selected by them, you will get an invitation to submit application for SS. If SS is successful, you will then get an invite to lodge visa with DHA.

    At this stage, it's still a waiting game which occupations VIC can sponsor or if there are changes to their rules. Their website says, they were only given a limited number of visa nomination places until the Federal budget in October. Let's hope for the best!

    gzabalabaiken
  • silverbulletsilverbullet Posts: 202Member
    Joined: Jan 24, 2020

    @oz_monster said:

    @silverbullet said:
    Hello, mag oopen na daw po ang vic. Ask ko lang about sa nomination, if engineer po ang inyong nominated occupation, kailangan paba apply ng nomination sa knila like submit any requirements victoria state, or enough na po yung na i submit yung eoi nyo na naka tick ang 190 at nakatick sa victoria? Thank you po.

    Nomination process for Engineers - VIC SS is different, I believe EOI first, choose VIC then once you are selected by them, you will get an invitation to submit application for SS. If SS is successful, you will then get an invite to lodge visa with DHA.

    At this stage, it's still a waiting game which occupations VIC can sponsor or if there are changes to their rules. Their website says, they were only given a limited number of visa nomination places until the Federal budget in October. Let's hope for the best!

    Thank you for this information :)

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    19/01/2020 - Interest in Australia Stuff
    24/01/2020 - Start gathering of information
    30/01/2020 - Start reviewing PTE Academic and booked exam on March 30, 2020
    29/02/2020 - PTE MOCK TEST A ( L:64 | R: 53 | S: 59| W: 68 ) sad!
    14/03/2020 - PTE MOCK TEST B ( L: 71| R: 60 | S: 75| W: 74) a little bit happy but I am aiming for superior.
    30/03/2020 - PTE EXAM (L: 71 | R: 86 | S: 85 | W: 74 ) SAD! ALMOST THERE! Going for superior! 18 April
    18/04/2020 - PTE EXAM (L:73 | R: 76 | S: 90 i W: 77 ) SAD! ALMOST THERE! EXAM REFUNDED, GOT ISSUE WITH INVIGILATOR.
    09/06/2020 - EA SKILL ASSESSMENT LODGE FOR 233512 MECHANICAL ENGINEER
    03/07/2020- EA request additional requirements and asked to rewrite the 3 episodes and SS
    22/07/2020- Submitted the rewritten 3 episodes, SS, and other requirements. 3episodes and SS coached by @MumVeng
    23/07/2020- EA asked additional requirements again, latest payslip.
    24/07/2020 - Submitted the latest payslips and received POSITIVE OUTCOME after an hour.
    12/08/2020 - PTE PARTNER - PASS!
    14/09/2020 - PTE EXAM - (L: 81 | R: 86 | S: 88 | W: 90) SUPERIOR !! SO HAPPY! THANK GOD!!

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    Never, ever, during your trials and testings.
    When you saw only one set of footprints,
    It was then that I carried you."

  • karenschmarenkarenschmaren AU
    Posts: 49Member
    Joined: Jul 22, 2018

    @RheaMARN1171933 How much po dapat proof of funds kapag 190 VIC - single applicant? Thank you.

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  • RheaMARN1171933RheaMARN1171933 Posts: 1,640Member, Administrator
    Joined: Mar 10, 2016

    @karenschmaren said:
    @RheaMARN1171933 How much po dapat proof of funds kapag 190 VIC - single applicant? Thank you.

    It should state on their website. All the best.

    karenschmaren
  • datinidatini Posts: 16Member
    Joined: Jul 16, 2019

    @oz_monster said:

    @connex7287 said:
    Do I need to submit separate EOI to state's website apart from skill select EOI? Or only selected states? TIA. Stay safe.

    Yes you need to submit a state sponsorship application to each state that you want to apply for.

    So after po magsubmit ng 190 EOI sa skill select, need pa magsubmit ng state sponsorship application to each state? Paano po un?

  • loutiniceloutinice Posts: 1Member
    Joined: Sep 26, 2020

    Open for application na po ba ang subclass 189/190/191?

  • baikenbaiken QLD
    Posts: 216Member
    Joined: Feb 23, 2018

    the EOI has never closed sa pagkakaalam ko po, the minimum point for EOI is still 65 points, it is the points that has been increasing for the ITA to be received, thus the invites was made trickier, currently, unless you are not on 95 points, based from my reading, it is hard to receive an ITA for your EOI, unless nasa critical sector po like RN, etc.

    kapit lang, keep the faith, lapit na release budget this October, sana nga po ay bumaha na ang invites this coming week :)

    all the best po!

    God Bless!

    loutinice

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