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Pregnant (189/190 visa)

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  • bubblebubble Posts: 22Member
    Joined: Sep 05, 2019

    Yun form po ba change in circumstance un form 1222? Kaka recieve lang namin ng ItA tpos pregnant po ako pede ko na po ba isabay un form 80 , 1221 at change in circumstance form 1222 agad pag lodge ko ng visa. 190 visa po ako South asutralua. Sabi po kasi nila 101 days lang my grant na ayaw ko na baka mgrant un visa na diko nainclude un baby . Thanks po sa sasagot

  • zach@052019[email protected] Melbourne
    Posts: 241Member
    Joined: Oct 22, 2018

    @bubble ma gagrant lang ng visa ang baby kapag may birth certificate na or pinanganak na. Buntis din ako nung may invitation kami, nasa medicals nakalagay ma buntis ka, inform mo lang ang staff ng hospital.

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  • zach@052019[email protected] Melbourne
    Posts: 241Member
    Joined: Oct 22, 2018

    No need to include your unborn baby's details upon visa lodgement

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  • RheaMARN1171933RheaMARN1171933 Posts: 1,270Member, Administrator
    Joined: Mar 10, 2016

    @bubble you only provide that form once the baby is born and you are adding the baby in your application. What you need to do for now is provide them a medical certificate to you are pregnant and your estimate date of delivery. They would put things on hold for you until you’ve given birth and can provide medical clearance along with baby’s documents. Good luck and just focus on getting prepared for the most rewarding transition in life - motherhood :)

  • bubblebubble Posts: 22Member
    Joined: Sep 05, 2019

    Thank you sis rheamarn☺️

  • irl031816irl031816 Quezon City
    Posts: 98Member
    Joined: Feb 19, 2016

    Hi po, binasa ko buong thread and somewhat nagka idea ako sa pagprocess ng visa lodgement while being pregnant. Though medyo naguguluhan pa din ako, please confirm po if tama ang pagkaintindi ko and baka pwedeng masagot na din po yung ibang follow up questions ko..

    1. If nakareceive ng ITA and CURRENTLY pregnant, yung other dependents like husband and other kids pwede na magproceed sa medicals. Yung mother, wait pa muna to give birth para sabay sila ng medicals ni baby. Pag ganito po ba, wala bang magiging issue sa date ng supposed to be IED ng buong family? Kasi may nabasa ako na dapat valid pa yung medicals within sa IED, paano kung mga around 3-4 months palang preggy yung mommy nung nagka ITA and nagpamedical yung other dependents, so ibig sabihin need pa maghintay ng around 6-7 months para sa medical ng mommy and baby so baka by the time na magrant yung visa is nakalipas na ang 12 months from the date na nagpamedical yung ibang dependents.

    2. Change of circumstance - Need na po ba agad to ifill out kung pregnant na ang mother nung nagka ITA? Or upon giving birth pa ito ififill out?

    3. Paano po malalaman ng CO during ITA na pregnant yung mother kaya need idefer ng medical? Need mo ba iexpressly state yun during visa lodgement pati kung kelan ang expected delivery date mo? Automatic ba silang mag uupdate sayo after due date mo or ikaw ang magrereach out sa kanila?

    Thank you po in advance sa mga magrerespond :)

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  • RheaMARN1171933RheaMARN1171933 Posts: 1,270Member, Administrator
    Joined: Mar 10, 2016

    Go ahead with your application but don’t submit medicals. Instead, submit a medical certificate to confirm your pregnancy and estimated due date. The case officer will then pause your application until you’ve added the baby in your application and have submitted all the medicals. No point submitting your husband’s and kids’ medicals as the case officer won’t process their visa until you’ve provided yours. They’ll end up repeating theirs and that’s another spending your end.

  • irl031816irl031816 Quezon City
    Posts: 98Member
    Joined: Feb 19, 2016

    Thank you po for answering @RheaMARN1171933 :) Based kasi sa mga nabasa ko sa previous posts, parang yung mommy and unborn baby lang ang nadedefer yung medicals until mag give birth yung mommy, then yung other dependents ay nagpproceed na kaya medyo naguluhan ako on that part.

    If we'll go ahead with our application, we have to pay the visa fees na po di ba? So submit medical certificate to confirm pregnancy muna upon lodging then Change of circumstance once I gave birth para ma add si baby as dependent and makapag generate ng HAP ID nya?

    221213 External Auditor : 189 - 75pts / 190 - 80pts (Age:30/Educ:15/Exp:10/English:20/SS:5)

    23/03/2019 – 1st PTE Exam : L87/R73/S86/W86
    08/04/2019 – 2nd PTE Exam : L90/R77/S86/W90
    13/05/2019 – 3rd PTE Exam : L85/R81/S81/W90 SUPERIOR! 
    17/05/2019 - Applied and paid for CPAA Migration skills assessment
    22/05/2019 - Submitted academic and skilled employment docs to CPAA for assessment
    17/06/2019 – Received CPAA’s positive skills assessment
    17/06/2019 – Lodged EOI 189/190 NSW @ 75/80 points

  • RheaMARN1171933RheaMARN1171933 Posts: 1,270Member, Administrator
    Joined: Mar 10, 2016

    @irl031816 that’s how I do it with my clients. Please refer to my previous post as to the next step. Good luck

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