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Old 07-19-2012, 09:27 AM
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I believe they have bpay.. The best thing is call first the embassy for his payment option

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Old 07-19-2012, 09:37 AM
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I believe they have bpay.. The best thing is call first the embassy for his payment option
ok thanks crislehne..

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Old 07-19-2012, 10:18 AM
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hi.. i have a question to those of u
who paid their visa charge there in australia but lodged here in the philippines.. wer can my husband pay our visa charge? wer will he go to? does he need to go to the embassy? pls help... thanks!!
Hi,

Your husband could pay for it by simply phoning his local Dept of Immigration/Foreign Affairs in Australia. My husband called the local branch in Hobart as we live in Tasmania. He simply gave my name as the sponsored applicant and paid with his credit card on the phone. We got a receipt number and letter sent to us which we then included to our application in the Philippines. Thats it.


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hi.. i have a question to those of u
who paid their visa charge there in australia but lodged here in the philippines.. wer can my husband pay our visa charge? wer will he go to? does he need to go to the embassy? pls help... thanks!!
I don't think that's possible. You pay visa appli. charge on the embassy where you plan to lodge application. So if your lodging it in the Philippines, you have to pay it there. Go to the bank, ask for managers cheque or bank cheque payable to Australian Embassy Manila. Call them for more info.

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Old 07-19-2012, 10:51 AM
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I don't think that's possible. You pay visa appli. charge on the embassy where you plan to lodge application. So if your lodging it in the Philippines, you have to pay it there. Go to the bank, ask for managers cheque or bank cheque payable to Australian Embassy Manila. Call them for more info.
It is possible, ive done it, and i guess alot also did it. You need to get a scan of receipt and print it when u lodge your visa

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Old 07-19-2012, 10:53 AM
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Hi Jhowiellyn,
Shy26 posted something about her partner was able to pay in Australia.
Check it!

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Yes! You can also pay the visa application charge in Australia for an applicant outside Australia.


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thanks for all the info.. i really appreciate it..

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hi.. i have a question to those of u
who paid their visa charge there in australia but lodged here in the philippines.. wer can my husband pay our visa charge? wer will he go to? does he need to go to the embassy? pls help... thanks!!
Hi Jhowiellyn,

Your hubby can just call immigration number on the website and he can pay it through the phone, they will ask for his email add and they will forward the receipt upon payment. Thats the receipt that he will send also to u to attached and you get the departmental receipt number and supply it on the payment method on the last page of 47sp form.

He can also go to the nearest immigration office he can find in his town and pay it there. Good luck!


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Old 07-19-2012, 01:33 PM
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I don't think that's possible. You pay visa appli. charge on the embassy where you plan to lodge application. So if your lodging it in the Philippines, you have to pay it there. Go to the bank, ask for managers cheque or bank cheque payable to Australian Embassy Manila. Call them for more info.
Its possible IMKDDJ, my hubby paid my visa application fee by calling the immigration office and they just emailed him the receipt which i needed to attached with my application. It like $200 AUd cheaper than paying here in Philippines (considering the currency rate and wire transfer fee)


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