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Filipinas Page

Down Under Visa is a very busy and highly successful Migration Agency in Manila, Philippines. It’s operated as a family partnership by Jeff Harvie RMA, Mila Harvie and Jeremy Harvie. Mila is Filipina, and takes care of the needs of our Filipino clients, especially the Filipina ladies.

This page is specifically for articles to help our Filipina ladies with their issues and problems in order to make the process of obtaining an Australian Visa that much easier. Mila gives support to visa applicants on avoiding problems and mistakes, and also about their future life in Australia when they have their Australian partner visa or prospective marriage visa.

Jeff and Mila went through the process of a partner visa application themselves many years ago, so they have personal experience with the visa application process and can therefore empathise with visa applicants from Philippines to Australia.

 

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 Please read BLOG articles below by clicking on the titles

Advice for Filipinas – Down Under Visa – Australian Registered Migration Agents

  Here at Down Under Visa we deal with partners, ie. Australian Filipina couples with the intention of the lady from the Philippines to Australia to be with an Australian man. It’s either with a partner visa or with a tourist visa with the intention of turning it into a partner visa later. Sometimes it’s…

The post Will your Australian Filipina relationship last? appeared first on Down Under Visa - Australian Registered Migration Agents.

Author: Jeff Harvie
Posted: July 12, 2016, 5:00 am

  A U.S. citizen can file a petition for the following relatives: Husband or wife; Children, married or unmarried.   A U.S. citizen who is at least 21 years or older may also petition for the following relatives: Parents; Brothers or sisters   Note what it says. “A US Citizen”.     Australia is not…

The post Can my family follow me from Philippines to Australia? appeared first on Down Under Visa - Australian Registered Migration Agents.

Author: Jeff Harvie
Posted: May 16, 2016, 8:00 am

  Filipina ladies. There is no question about it. The majority of Down Under Visa’s visa applicants are ladies from the Philippines. This includes partner visas (spouse visas and fiancée visas) and with tourist visas for those who aren’t quite ready to take the plunge. We can and do apply for Australian visas every year…

The post Down Under Visa – Helping Filipina lady visa applicants appeared first on Down Under Visa - Australian Registered Migration Agents.

Author: Jeff Harvie
Posted: April 29, 2016, 7:54 am

  I just had a very nice catching-up with a client today in the Down Under Visa office. Video following shortly. This was one of those Down Under Visa clients that I develop a soft spot for (and not just because he brought me what looks like a fine bottle of SA red!), but because…

The post Australian Partner Visas – Migrating with kids included appeared first on Down Under Visa - Australian Registered Migration Agents.

Author: Jeff Harvie
Posted: March 3, 2016, 4:22 am

  Did you marry your Filipina lady in Australia?     Do you know that you need to REGISTER YOUR MARRIAGE at the Philippines Embassy in Canberra? This is fairly easy, but it’s something you definitely need to do. Doing this means that the details of your marriage will be sent to Manila and will…

The post Registering your Australian marriage – Essentials for Filipinas appeared first on Down Under Visa - Australian Registered Migration Agents.

Author: Jeff Harvie
Posted: May 1, 2015, 6:52 am

As Registered Migration Agents, we must ALWAYS act in the next interests of our clients. Always! That includes when you get annoyed because you think we’re giving you a hard time. Well, guess what? We won’t bend! There are no “YES-MEN” here! We will tell you how it is, and that’s what you’re paying us…

The post Attorneys – Can help, and can hinder! appeared first on Down Under Visa - Australian Registered Migration Agents.

Author: Jeff Harvie
Posted: January 31, 2015, 9:55 am

Nais namin dito sa Down Under Visa ng happy ending sa lahat ng aming mga kliyente ngunit hindi ito nangyayari sa lahat ng pagkakataon. May mga relasyong hindi nag wo-work out at nag fail. Kung kayo ay nasa ganitong sitwasyon, basahin ang mga sumusunod upang maliwanagan ang ilang bagay.  Una, kung na i-file na ninyo…

The post Annulment at Diborsiyo sa Pilipinas appeared first on Down Under Visa - Australian Registered Migration Agents.

Author: Jeff Harvie
Posted: August 20, 2014, 1:54 pm

Napunta kami sa propesyong ito bilang isang Migration at naitatag ang Down Under Visa ilang taon na ang nakaraan, sa kadahilanan na nais naming makatulong.Ginawa ko ito nuon, at hanggang ngayon, ito parin ang aking hilig. Ito talaga ang hilig ko sa buhay ang makatulong. Pitong taon ang ginugol ko bilang isang single dad sa…

The post filipinawives.wordpress.com (Tagalog) appeared first on Down Under Visa - Australian Registered Migration Agents.

Author: Jeff Harvie
Posted: August 14, 2014, 8:47 am

I don’t usually delve into the “relationship advice” area, however things come up with our clients sometimes and I’d like to share a bit of experience and to hopefully prevent some couples from digging deep holes for themselves that they can’t get out of. Different cultures have different views on a whole lot of things.…

The post Cultural differences regarding “truth” appeared first on Down Under Visa - Australian Registered Migration Agents.

Author: Jeff Harvie
Posted: June 18, 2014, 8:31 am

Lagi naming sinasabihan ang aming mga kleyente  na Kompletohing sagutan ang questionnaire pag sila ay magsisimula sa Down Under Visa para makakuha ng kanilang Australian visas. Dito namin kinukuha ang kanilang mga detalye na inilalagay namin sa inyong visa applications, at ito ay dapat tama at kompletong sagutan. Ito ay napakahalaga. Gaya kahapon may kleyente…

The post Never leave out details (Tagalog) appeared first on Down Under Visa - Australian Registered Migration Agents.

Author: Jeff Harvie
Posted: May 8, 2014, 11:13 pm
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