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CAN A PERMENT RESIDENT SPONSOR A FRIEND IN APPLYING A STUDENT VISA?

Hi. My boyfriend is planning to apply for a student visa and I am willing to sponsor him with finances. I'm just thinking, baka mareject sya dahil iisipin na mag papartner visa lang din kami in the end? thanks sa sasagot.

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  • JacrayeJacraye Sydney
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    @monicuuute said:
    Hi. My boyfriend is planning to apply for a student visa and I am willing to sponsor him with finances. I'm just thinking, baka mareject sya dahil iisipin na mag papartner visa lang din kami in the end? thanks sa sasagot.

    Just wondering why not just apply for partner visa since PR ka na?

    ANZSCO 233213 Quantity Surveyor

  • Captain_ACaptain_A AUSTRALIA
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    @Jacraye said:

    @monicuuute said:
    Hi. My boyfriend is planning to apply for a student visa and I am willing to sponsor him with finances. I'm just thinking, baka mareject sya dahil iisipin na mag papartner visa lang din kami in the end? thanks sa sasagot.

    Just wondering why not just apply for partner visa since PR ka na?

    Yan din naisip ko, why not diretso partner visa na

    Jacraye

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  • wizardofOzwizardofOz Brisbane
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    @Captain_A said:

    @Jacraye said:

    @monicuuute said:
    Hi. My boyfriend is planning to apply for a student visa and I am willing to sponsor him with finances. I'm just thinking, baka mareject sya dahil iisipin na mag papartner visa lang din kami in the end? thanks sa sasagot.

    Just wondering why not just apply for partner visa since PR ka na?

    Yan din naisip ko, why not diretso partner visa na

    Boyfriend pa lang naman kasi... Partner Visa na agad? hehehe

    Joke lang po... pero kdding aside.. they would have to prove and show evidence na partner-levels na yung relationship nila to apply for that visa right?

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  • Captain_ACaptain_A AUSTRALIA
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    @wizardofOz said:

    @Captain_A said:

    @Jacraye said:

    @monicuuute said:
    Hi. My boyfriend is planning to apply for a student visa and I am willing to sponsor him with finances. I'm just thinking, baka mareject sya dahil iisipin na mag papartner visa lang din kami in the end? thanks sa sasagot.

    Just wondering why not just apply for partner visa since PR ka na?

    Yan din naisip ko, why not diretso partner visa na

    Boyfriend pa lang naman kasi... Partner Visa na agad? hehehe

    Joke lang po... pero kdding aside.. they would have to prove and show evidence na partner-levels na yung relationship nila to apply for that visa right?

    oonga nmn hehehe

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  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
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    hello everyone. Appreciate all your resplies. hehe. Magboyfriend po kami pero wala kami masyadong evidences na magpartner kami . Natatakot ako na not enough ung ebidensya. Hindi pa kami nag lilive in. walang travels. Seaman kasi kaya sobrang bihira kami mag meet. So talagang risky po. Iniisip ko nman kng ssponsor ko sya sa student visa, baka masilip na baka gagawin lang nmin pathway na baka magpakasal dito, which is un ung plano. So first step e student visa pag dating pakasal. pero baka madeny kasi db ang student visa e kelangan iprove mo na uuwi ka Pinas after ng course.

  • xiaoxuexiaoxue Dubai
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    @monicuuute said:
    hello everyone. Appreciate all your resplies. hehe. Magboyfriend po kami pero wala kami masyadong evidences na magpartner kami . Natatakot ako na not enough ung ebidensya. Hindi pa kami nag lilive in. walang travels. Seaman kasi kaya sobrang bihira kami mag meet. So talagang risky po. Iniisip ko nman kng ssponsor ko sya sa student visa, baka masilip na baka gagawin lang nmin pathway na baka magpakasal dito, which is un ung plano. So first step e student visa pag dating pakasal. pero baka madeny kasi db ang student visa e kelangan iprove mo na uuwi ka Pinas after ng course.

    Seek advice from an educational consultant. Madami namang may free services. If you have a solid application with strong statement of purpose, then I'm sure you won't be denied. Kapag gusto, may paraan.

  • JacrayeJacraye Sydney
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    @Captain_A said:

    @wizardofOz said:

    @Captain_A said:

    @Jacraye said:

    @monicuuute said:
    Hi. My boyfriend is planning to apply for a student visa and I am willing to sponsor him with finances. I'm just thinking, baka mareject sya dahil iisipin na mag papartner visa lang din kami in the end? thanks sa sasagot.

    Just wondering why not just apply for partner visa since PR ka na?

    Yan din naisip ko, why not diretso partner visa na

    Boyfriend pa lang naman kasi... Partner Visa na agad? hehehe

    Joke lang po... pero kdding aside.. they would have to prove and show evidence na partner-levels na yung relationship nila to apply for that visa right?

    oonga nmn hehehe

    Hahaha! Parang di pa sigurado kung si bf na yung forever =D

    ANZSCO 233213 Quantity Surveyor

  • JacrayeJacraye Sydney
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    @monicuuute said:
    hello everyone. Appreciate all your resplies. hehe. Magboyfriend po kami pero wala kami masyadong evidences na magpartner kami . Natatakot ako na not enough ung ebidensya. Hindi pa kami nag lilive in. walang travels. Seaman kasi kaya sobrang bihira kami mag meet. So talagang risky po. Iniisip ko nman kng ssponsor ko sya sa student visa, baka masilip na baka gagawin lang nmin pathway na baka magpakasal dito, which is un ung plano. So first step e student visa pag dating pakasal. pero baka madeny kasi db ang student visa e kelangan iprove mo na uuwi ka Pinas after ng course.

    imo. you will already have a problem with sponsoring kasi when you say sponsor there should be evidence of the relationship. Bakit mo sya iisponsoran? kaano ano mo ba sya? ganern. If you can't prove your relationship to the student, you might not satisfy the genuine access to funds requirement. Unless, you send your bf a huge amount of money and let him keep it for a few months (for genuine savings) then apply independently for a student visa.

    Kaso baka hindi naman sya yung forever mo, gamitin pa pang date sa iba. hahaha!

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  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
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    Hahahaha. aray ko naman. Kumplikado tlga sa panahon ngayon. Hay. Salamat po sa mga suggestions at mga advices. :)

  • wizardofOzwizardofOz Brisbane
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    @Jacraye said:

    @Captain_A said:

    @wizardofOz said:

    @Captain_A said:

    @Jacraye said:

    @monicuuute said:
    Hi. My boyfriend is planning to apply for a student visa and I am willing to sponsor him with finances. I'm just thinking, baka mareject sya dahil iisipin na mag papartner visa lang din kami in the end? thanks sa sasagot.

    Just wondering why not just apply for partner visa since PR ka na?

    Yan din naisip ko, why not diretso partner visa na

    Boyfriend pa lang naman kasi... Partner Visa na agad? hehehe

    Joke lang po... pero kdding aside.. they would have to prove and show evidence na partner-levels na yung relationship nila to apply for that visa right?

    oonga nmn hehehe

    Hahaha! Parang di pa sigurado kung si bf na yung forever =D

    kontinente nga naghihiwalay eh

    joke lang po.. good vibes lang hehehe

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  • JacrayeJacraye Sydney
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    @wizardofOz said:

    @Jacraye said:

    @Captain_A said:

    @wizardofOz said:

    @Captain_A said:

    @Jacraye said:

    @monicuuute said:
    Hi. My boyfriend is planning to apply for a student visa and I am willing to sponsor him with finances. I'm just thinking, baka mareject sya dahil iisipin na mag papartner visa lang din kami in the end? thanks sa sasagot.

    Just wondering why not just apply for partner visa since PR ka na?

    Yan din naisip ko, why not diretso partner visa na

    Boyfriend pa lang naman kasi... Partner Visa na agad? hehehe

    Joke lang po... pero kdding aside.. they would have to prove and show evidence na partner-levels na yung relationship nila to apply for that visa right?

    oonga nmn hehehe

    Hahaha! Parang di pa sigurado kung si bf na yung forever =D

    kontinente nga naghihiwalay eh

    joke lang po.. good vibes lang hehehe

    Hahahahaha!

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  • JacrayeJacraye Sydney
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    @monicuuute said:
    Hahahaha. aray ko naman. Kumplikado tlga sa panahon ngayon. Hay. Salamat po sa mga suggestions at mga advices. :)

    No worries. Joke lang yun ha. Hopefully everything goes well with you and your partner. cheers!

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  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
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    @Jacraye said:

    @monicuuute said:
    Hahahaha. aray ko naman. Kumplikado tlga sa panahon ngayon. Hay. Salamat po sa mga suggestions at mga advices. :)

    No worries. Joke lang yun ha. Hopefully everything goes well with you and your partner. cheers!

    thank you po. :wink:

    Jacraye
  • wizardofOzwizardofOz Brisbane
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    @monicuuute said:

    @Jacraye said:

    @monicuuute said:
    Hahahaha. aray ko naman. Kumplikado tlga sa panahon ngayon. Hay. Salamat po sa mga suggestions at mga advices. :)

    No worries. Joke lang yun ha. Hopefully everything goes well with you and your partner. cheers!

    thank you po. :wink:

    Sana ol

    monicuuute

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  • xiaolicoxiaolico Australia
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    oo nga, gagastos ka pa sa student visa. mabigat yun, easiest way, civil wedding na kayo. lusot na yun, if anything happens, at least hindi naman church wedding :). pero partner visa nga easiest. madali din naman i-prove yun.

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  • lunarcatlunarcat Posts: 128Member
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    @monicuuute said:
    Hi. My boyfriend is planning to apply for a student visa and I am willing to sponsor him with finances. I'm just thinking, baka mareject sya dahil iisipin na mag papartner visa lang din kami in the end? thanks sa sasagot.

    You can ask the relatives of your bf po na sila nalang ilalagay sa GTE/SOP well in fact ikaw naman talaga mag sponsor sa kanila. Mas convincing kase pag relatives or immediate family.

  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
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    @lunarcat said:

    @monicuuute said:
    Hi. My boyfriend is planning to apply for a student visa and I am willing to sponsor him with finances. I'm just thinking, baka mareject sya dahil iisipin na mag papartner visa lang din kami in the end? thanks sa sasagot.

    You can ask the relatives of your bf po na sila nalang ilalagay sa GTE/SOP well in fact ikaw naman talaga mag sponsor sa kanila. Mas convincing kase pag relatives or immediate family.

    Hi. Thanks po sa advice. Will try if we can do that as well. Minsan mahirap lang din talaga , kung sino pa ung kamag anak sila pa ung mahirap kausap pag sa usaping pera. HAHAHAH. ay sorry. Sa maalala mo dapat ako nagsulat 🀣

  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
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    @xiaolico said:
    oo nga, gagastos ka pa sa student visa. mabigat yun, easiest way, civil wedding na kayo. lusot na yun, if anything happens, at least hindi naman church wedding :). pero partner visa nga easiest. madali din naman i-prove yun.

    Hindi po makauwi at sarado ang border. Di rin sya makapunta dito dahil, ayun nga sarado ang border. πŸ˜” Wala po kaming travels, hindi kami nkapag live in dahil bawal, sa ilang years na relationship namin 28 days lang kami nagkasama/nagdate ng personal the rest puro videocalls and chat lang. πŸ˜‚ Kaya mahirap po ipush ung partner visa. Kung prospective visa nman, I heard mabagal sobra ang process. Kelangan offshore application meaning hanggat di naapprove ung visa di sya makakapunta dito, which is usually 1-2 years ang waiting period. Saka ang pinaprioritise nila na application ng partner visa ngayon onshore applicants. Kaya I'm thinking of him coming here first on a student visa (the government can get more money from students than tourists kaya i prefer student visa more chance of grant) then apply for a partner visa at least I can give a proof na we live together or give them some proof by registering our relationship.

  • MikeYanbuMikeYanbu Albion Victoria
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    pinkamabilis, sponsor mo sya sa tourist visa, pagdating dito process mo mag student visa sya para mas hahaba ang stay nya, while on the process magpakasal kayo para maka bridging sya into partner visa....

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  • xiaolicoxiaolico Australia
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    @monicuuute said:

    @xiaolico said:
    oo nga, gagastos ka pa sa student visa. mabigat yun, easiest way, civil wedding na kayo. lusot na yun, if anything happens, at least hindi naman church wedding :). pero partner visa nga easiest. madali din naman i-prove yun.

    Hindi po makauwi at sarado ang border. Di rin sya makapunta dito dahil, ayun nga sarado ang border. πŸ˜” Wala po kaming travels, hindi kami nkapag live in dahil bawal, sa ilang years na relationship namin 28 days lang kami nagkasama/nagdate ng personal the rest puro videocalls and chat lang. πŸ˜‚ Kaya mahirap po ipush ung partner visa. Kung prospective visa nman, I heard mabagal sobra ang process. Kelangan offshore application meaning hanggat di naapprove ung visa di sya makakapunta dito, which is usually 1-2 years ang waiting period. Saka ang pinaprioritise nila na application ng partner visa ngayon onshore applicants. Kaya I'm thinking of him coming here first on a student visa (the government can get more money from students than tourists kaya i prefer student visa more chance of grant) then apply for a partner visa at least I can give a proof na we live together or give them some proof by registering our relationship.

    Makakauwi ka. PH passport ka diba? Since PR ka. Ok naman plans mo, nanghihinayang lang ako, gagastos pa kayo for student visa. gagastos pa kayo for tuition, not unless gusto niyo talaga mag aral. instead na puwede na kayo mag simula kumita pareho dito. may dalwang friends kasi ako, nung na PR sila, nag civil wedding na agad sila ng mga gf nila para tapos agad. anyway, good luck sa inyo. please take note ha, sobrang magastos ang student visa and sobrang limited yung working rights.

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  • JacrayeJacraye Sydney
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    @monicuuute said:

    @xiaolico said:
    oo nga, gagastos ka pa sa student visa. mabigat yun, easiest way, civil wedding na kayo. lusot na yun, if anything happens, at least hindi naman church wedding :). pero partner visa nga easiest. madali din naman i-prove yun.

    Hindi po makauwi at sarado ang border. Di rin sya makapunta dito dahil, ayun nga sarado ang border. πŸ˜” Wala po kaming travels, hindi kami nkapag live in dahil bawal, sa ilang years na relationship namin 28 days lang kami nagkasama/nagdate ng personal the rest puro videocalls and chat lang. πŸ˜‚ Kaya mahirap po ipush ung partner visa. Kung prospective visa nman, I heard mabagal sobra ang process. Kelangan offshore application meaning hanggat di naapprove ung visa di sya makakapunta dito, which is usually 1-2 years ang waiting period. Saka ang pinaprioritise nila na application ng partner visa ngayon onshore applicants. Kaya I'm thinking of him coming here first on a student visa (the government can get more money from students than tourists kaya i prefer student visa more chance of grant) then apply for a partner visa at least I can give a proof na we live together or give them some proof by registering our relationship.

    Pakasalan mona kagad para wala na kawala at baka maligaw pa ng landas. Hahaha.

    PR ka naman, pwede ka umuwi tapos kahit civil lang muna kayo para lang sa documentation. Tapos balik ka na Au and kapag complete documents ng Bf mo including marriage certificate apply na ng partner visa.

    Mahirap LDR, naranasan ko din yan ng 3yrs before nakasunod sa Au. Pinag-kaiba lang siguro natin every year for 3yrs pumupunta ako Au para magspend ng xmas-new year para magkasama kami. On the 3rd year nagdecide na kami pakasal dito Au pero bumalik pa ko pilipinas dahil may mga documents pa ko kelangan asikasuhin. Once completed process na kami ng visa ko. Only took a few months (roughly 7) after namin pakasal e nakasunod na ko dito sa Au.

    Medyo natagalan dahil puro sa away-bati. Lol. Mahirap talaga LDR.

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  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
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    @xiaolico said:

    @monicuuute said:

    @xiaolico said:
    oo nga, gagastos ka pa sa student visa. mabigat yun, easiest way, civil wedding na kayo. lusot na yun, if anything happens, at least hindi naman church wedding :). pero partner visa nga easiest. madali din naman i-prove yun.

    Hindi po makauwi at sarado ang border. Di rin sya makapunta dito dahil, ayun nga sarado ang border. πŸ˜” Wala po kaming travels, hindi kami nkapag live in dahil bawal, sa ilang years na relationship namin 28 days lang kami nagkasama/nagdate ng personal the rest puro videocalls and chat lang. πŸ˜‚ Kaya mahirap po ipush ung partner visa. Kung prospective visa nman, I heard mabagal sobra ang process. Kelangan offshore application meaning hanggat di naapprove ung visa di sya makakapunta dito, which is usually 1-2 years ang waiting period. Saka ang pinaprioritise nila na application ng partner visa ngayon onshore applicants. Kaya I'm thinking of him coming here first on a student visa (the government can get more money from students than tourists kaya i prefer student visa more chance of grant) then apply for a partner visa at least I can give a proof na we live together or give them some proof by registering our relationship.

    Makakauwi ka. PH passport ka diba? Since PR ka. Ok naman plans mo, nanghihinayang lang ako, gagastos pa kayo for student visa. gagastos pa kayo for tuition, not unless gusto niyo talaga mag aral. instead na puwede na kayo mag simula kumita pareho dito. may dalwang friends kasi ako, nung na PR sila, nag civil wedding na agad sila ng mga gf nila para tapos agad. anyway, good luck sa inyo. please take note ha, sobrang magastos ang student visa and sobrang limited yung working rights.

    Makakauwi po for sure but according sa immi kung gusto mo umuwi and there's no valid reason (valid reason like medical, volunteer, etc na nasa immi site which is walang to get married) kelangan more than 3 mos magstay sa labas ng bansa lalo ngayon na kahit citizens di makabalik and sobrang gastos at hirap din dahil sa quarantine dito at Pinas, plane tickets etc., I heard sa ibang kakilala na umuwi, 6 mos naghihintay pa din, laging canceled ung flights, at risky din na baka makapag uwi pa ng Covid sa bahay dahil sa travel. Hay. Pwede nman unlimited work pag holiday sa school at wala namang arte si kuya kahit anong trabaho. Kaya kakayanin . πŸ˜… I appreciate po sobra ang advice mo. Salamat po. πŸ™πŸ»

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  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
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    @Jacraye said:

    @monicuuute said:

    @xiaolico said:
    oo nga, gagastos ka pa sa student visa. mabigat yun, easiest way, civil wedding na kayo. lusot na yun, if anything happens, at least hindi naman church wedding :). pero partner visa nga easiest. madali din naman i-prove yun.

    Hindi po makauwi at sarado ang border. Di rin sya makapunta dito dahil, ayun nga sarado ang border. πŸ˜” Wala po kaming travels, hindi kami nkapag live in dahil bawal, sa ilang years na relationship namin 28 days lang kami nagkasama/nagdate ng personal the rest puro videocalls and chat lang. πŸ˜‚ Kaya mahirap po ipush ung partner visa. Kung prospective visa nman, I heard mabagal sobra ang process. Kelangan offshore application meaning hanggat di naapprove ung visa di sya makakapunta dito, which is usually 1-2 years ang waiting period. Saka ang pinaprioritise nila na application ng partner visa ngayon onshore applicants. Kaya I'm thinking of him coming here first on a student visa (the government can get more money from students than tourists kaya i prefer student visa more chance of grant) then apply for a partner visa at least I can give a proof na we live together or give them some proof by registering our relationship.

    Pakasalan mona kagad para wala na kawala at baka maligaw pa ng landas. Hahaha.

    PR ka naman, pwede ka umuwi tapos kahit civil lang muna kayo para lang sa documentation. Tapos balik ka na Au and kapag complete documents ng Bf mo including marriage certificate apply na ng partner visa.

    Mahirap LDR, naranasan ko din yan ng 3yrs before nakasunod sa Au. Pinag-kaiba lang siguro natin every year for 3yrs pumupunta ako Au para magspend ng xmas-new year para magkasama kami. On the 3rd year nagdecide na kami pakasal dito Au pero bumalik pa ko pilipinas dahil may mga documents pa ko kelangan asikasuhin. Once completed process na kami ng visa ko. Only took a few months (roughly 7) after namin pakasal e nakasunod na ko dito sa Au.

    Medyo natagalan dahil puro sa away-bati. Lol. Mahirap talaga LDR.

    HAHAHA. #LDRsucks. Sobrang pinahirap ng COVID ang proseso. Kung walang covid he can easily apply for a tourist visa or I can go home and get married so we can apply for partner visa. Hay. Dami ko nang inisp na paraan. πŸ˜”

  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
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    @MikeYanbu said:
    pinkamabilis, sponsor mo sya sa tourist visa, pagdating dito process mo mag student visa sya para mas hahaba ang stay nya, while on the process magpakasal kayo para maka bridging sya into partner visa....

    Naisip ko din po ang tourist. Kaso over student visa, bka mas igrant nila ang student visa dahil una ayaw nila ng sobrang daming tao agad agad tapos nagbabayad yung student ng tuition, accomodation, may tax na nakukuha kung magwowork, nagttravel din for a long time , makakatulong sa economy. Ang tourist visa few weeks holiday uwi na agad. Short term lang ba. Hay

  • cutiepie25cutiepie25 Posts: 289Member
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    @monicuuute said:

    @MikeYanbu said:
    pinkamabilis, sponsor mo sya sa tourist visa, pagdating dito process mo mag student visa sya para mas hahaba ang stay nya, while on the process magpakasal kayo para maka bridging sya into partner visa....

    Naisip ko din po ang tourist. Kaso over student visa, bka mas igrant nila ang student visa dahil una ayaw nila ng sobrang daming tao agad agad tapos nagbabayad yung student ng tuition, accomodation, may tax na nakukuha kung magwowork, nagttravel din for a long time , makakatulong sa economy. Ang tourist visa few weeks holiday uwi na agad. Short term lang ba. Hay

    Im in the same situation po pero ako yung nasa Pinas. May naisip na po ba kayo?

  • wizardofOzwizardofOz Brisbane
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    edited December 2020

    @monicuuute said:

    @MikeYanbu said:
    pinkamabilis, sponsor mo sya sa tourist visa, pagdating dito process mo mag student visa sya para mas hahaba ang stay nya, while on the process magpakasal kayo para maka bridging sya into partner visa....

    Naisip ko din po ang tourist. Kaso over student visa, bka mas igrant nila ang student visa dahil una ayaw nila ng sobrang daming tao agad agad tapos nagbabayad yung student ng tuition, accomodation, may tax na nakukuha kung magwowork, nagttravel din for a long time , makakatulong sa economy. Ang tourist visa few weeks holiday uwi na agad. Short term lang ba. Hay

    Tanong lang... why explore both Student or Tourist Visa options at this moment of a pandemic?

    It is very hard to come to Australia... even for overseas-stranded Australians.

    I think yung timing muna try mo pag-isipan, you're probably concerning yourself over something na next to impossible given the current situation.

    Unsolicited advice and reality check lang naman... Peace! :)

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  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
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    Thanks po. Gusto ko din madami advices at iweigh ang consequences at other options. I really appreciate po lahat ng advice. ❀ Baka lang kasi mag open ang border soon. He's aiming for July 2021 intake, so hoping by that time baka pwede na makapasok paunti unti given na may visa na (sana maggrant) kesa saka sya mag aasikaso pag bukas na ang border. fingers crossed. 🀞 at least border na lang ang hihintayin.

  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
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    Joined: Aug 21, 2016

    @wizardofOz said:

    @monicuuute said:

    @MikeYanbu said:
    pinkamabilis, sponsor mo sya sa tourist visa, pagdating dito process mo mag student visa sya para mas hahaba ang stay nya, while on the process magpakasal kayo para maka bridging sya into partner visa....

    Naisip ko din po ang tourist. Kaso over student visa, bka mas igrant nila ang student visa dahil una ayaw nila ng sobrang daming tao agad agad tapos nagbabayad yung student ng tuition, accomodation, may tax na nakukuha kung magwowork, nagttravel din for a long time , makakatulong sa economy. Ang tourist visa few weeks holiday uwi na agad. Short term lang ba. Hay

    Tanong lang... why explore both Student or Tourist Visa options at this moment of a pandemic?

    It is very hard to come to Australia... even for overseas-stranded Australians.

    I think yung timing muna try mo pag-isipan, you're probably concerning yourself over something na next to impossible given the current situation.

    Unsolicited advice and reality check lang naman... Peace! :)

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    Thanks po. Gusto ko din madami advices at iweigh ang consequences at other options. I really appreciate po lahat ng advice. ❀ Baka lang kasi mag open ang border soon. He's aiming for July 2021 intake, so hoping by that time baka pwede na makapasok paunti unti given na may visa na (sana maggrant) kesa saka sya mag aasikaso pag bukas na ang border. fingers crossed. 🀞 at least border na lang ang hihintayin.

  • monicuuutemonicuuute laguna
    Posts: 63Member
    Joined: Aug 21, 2016

    @wizardofOz said:

    @monicuuute said:

    @MikeYanbu said:
    pinkamabilis, sponsor mo sya sa tourist visa, pagdating dito process mo mag student visa sya para mas hahaba ang stay nya, while on the process magpakasal kayo para maka bridging sya into partner visa....

    Naisip ko din po ang tourist. Kaso over student visa, bka mas igrant nila ang student visa dahil una ayaw nila ng sobrang daming tao agad agad tapos nagbabayad yung student ng tuition, accomodation, may tax na nakukuha kung magwowork, nagttravel din for a long time , makakatulong sa economy. Ang tourist visa few weeks holiday uwi na agad. Short term lang ba. Hay

    Tanong lang... why explore both Student or Tourist Visa options at this moment of a pandemic?

    It is very hard to come to Australia... even for overseas-stranded Australians.

    I think yung timing muna try mo pag-isipan, you're probably concerning yourself over something na next to impossible given the current situation.

    Unsolicited advice and reality check lang naman... Peace! :)

    Thanks po. Gusto ko din madami advices at iweigh ang consequences at other options. I really appreciate po lahat ng advice. ❀ Baka lang kasi mag open ang border soon. He's aiming for July 2021 intake, so hoping by that time baka pwede na makapasok paunti unti given na may visa na (sana maggrant) kesa saka sya mag aasikaso pag bukas na ang border. fingers crossed. 🀞 at least border na lang ang hihintayin. In case na mag open ang border to tourist at kung granted ang visa for July 2021 (sana sana) I can easily apply for a tourist visa for him to come earlier than expected. Sana all goes to plan. Kung hindi, isip ng ibang way. hehe.

  • JacrayeJacraye Sydney
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    @monicuuute said:

    @wizardofOz said:

    @monicuuute said:

    @MikeYanbu said:
    pinkamabilis, sponsor mo sya sa tourist visa, pagdating dito process mo mag student visa sya para mas hahaba ang stay nya, while on the process magpakasal kayo para maka bridging sya into partner visa....

    Naisip ko din po ang tourist. Kaso over student visa, bka mas igrant nila ang student visa dahil una ayaw nila ng sobrang daming tao agad agad tapos nagbabayad yung student ng tuition, accomodation, may tax na nakukuha kung magwowork, nagttravel din for a long time , makakatulong sa economy. Ang tourist visa few weeks holiday uwi na agad. Short term lang ba. Hay

    Tanong lang... why explore both Student or Tourist Visa options at this moment of a pandemic?

    It is very hard to come to Australia... even for overseas-stranded Australians.

    I think yung timing muna try mo pag-isipan, you're probably concerning yourself over something na next to impossible given the current situation.

    Unsolicited advice and reality check lang naman... Peace! :)

    Thanks po. Gusto ko din madami advices at iweigh ang consequences at other options. I really appreciate po lahat ng advice. ❀ Baka lang kasi mag open ang border soon. He's aiming for July 2021 intake, so hoping by that time baka pwede na makapasok paunti unti given na may visa na (sana maggrant) kesa saka sya mag aasikaso pag bukas na ang border. fingers crossed. 🀞 at least border na lang ang hihintayin. In case na mag open ang border to tourist at kung granted ang visa for July 2021 (sana sana) I can easily apply for a tourist visa for him to come earlier than expected. Sana all goes to plan. Kung hindi, isip ng ibang way. hehe.

    Kapag nag-open yung border, pakasal na kayo kagad dito. tapos invite mo kaming lahat na nag comment dito para witness nyo =D

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