Happy 2020 to all! I'm very pleased to announce that we have reached the 1 DECADE milestone! This is a proof that we continue to hold the title "Longest running Filipino Australian Forum" on the net! This will not be possible without your continued support , especially to those who kept on visiting us and helping others with their AU journey. To those who has already successfully migrated please don't forget us and continue to support our kababayan who will be next in line, while to those who are still in progress, we hope and wish you the best. May this year be a great year to everyone. Thank you!
Welcome to the New and Upgraded Pinoy AU Forum! We have only updated a couple of times since 2010. Apology it took some time. Some of the features are still being migrated. Please feel free to report here or email me at [email protected] if you will encounter any issues. Thank you.
I got married in visitors visa as well. But after we get married and registered our marriage in Australia. I need to go back to Philippines because of my visa condition. And we are are saving money for Partner visa fee.
Now we are planning to apply…
For me. Di na hinanap sakin Ang COE and approved VL. Passport and returned flight lang. Since on your visa application Naka submit Mo. Indicate Mo Lang sa embarkation card another work Mo.
Pero for the benefit of the doubt just bring documents you…
Do you have idea, I got married in Australia, after the wedding I go back to Philippines. Then now I'm planning back to Australia. Pwede paring po Kaya mag apply ng visitors visa,since we're saving up money for spouse visa?