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Old 08-09-2010, 07:46 AM
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Hi, just would like to give an update.
My mother went to Australian Immigration in Jakarta whilst she is in Jakarta for a wedding and tried to argue her case.
To her surprise, Praise God, the Australian Immigration in Jakarta agrees to grant her a single entry 12 months Tourist Visa and also agrees to grant it from the day she departs for Australia, not from the application date.

Thanks again Wanderer for all your help!!!


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Hello

I just want to ask, What is the meaning of Multiple entry?
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Hi there,
I am an Australian citizen, originally from Indonesia. We just had our second son and want to bring my mum here to see her grandson. Now she has been successful in obtaining a tourist visa (subclass 676) multiple entry for 1 year with maximum stay of 3 months. She actually wants to stay in Australia for the full 1 year to spend time with us and her grandchildren.

My understanding is we can get around this by going out to New Zealand every 3 months. Does anyone know how long she needs to be out of Australia (or staying in New Zealand) for every 3 months? She is thinking of flying to New Zealand and coming back to Australia on the same day, so she does not have to apply for another tourist visa in New Zealand (Indonesian citizen does not have to apply for transit visa if they only stay in New Zealand for less than 24 hrs)

Thank you guys, any help and information will be much appreciated!!!!
I experienced that before same visa I got 1 yr but I need to leave Australia every 3 months and back to Philippines. Before i applied for 1 yr but they gave me multiple entry and that's weird. So instead of going back to phil I went to NZ for 3 days then back to Australia. But you need to apply tourist visa if you want to travel to NZ good thing is you don't need to pay the visa. I always do that. And I always extend my orig return ticket to my country., that's what I did when I got my multiple entries


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