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Old 09-10-2012, 06:25 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.
I paid at local department of immisgration here - they give u offical receipt an dnumber which u put with the application .. too easy ( except for the amount !!)


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Yes you can pay in Australian department and just scan the receipt and send it via email. The applicant just prints it and attach with the application to be lodged in Philippines

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Old 09-11-2012, 02:49 AM
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latest update from embassy:

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As of 11September 2012, the Visa and Immigration Office is processing/assessing/allocating applications lodged within the period indicated below.

Visa Sub-class Application Lodgement Dates*
Permanent Visa Category


Partner Visa Applications (309, 300) 15 May to 13 June 2012
Other Family 1 April to 23 April 2012
Child (subclass 101, 102, 117, 445) 16 June to 16 Jul 2012
Visa processing times - Australian Embassy


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Old 09-11-2012, 03:13 AM
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Hi Wishful , Did you try to email the department if you have CO yet?

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Yeah this timelineis true, because I lodged mine June 7, but they emailed me to pass further evidence.. For those who passed further evidence, how long it will cause delay for the visa decision? CO emailed me yesterday, and I will pass additional docs tomorrow, hopefully they will give decision soon also.. How I really wish..

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Old 09-11-2012, 04:22 AM
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Yeah this timelineis true, because I lodged mine June 7, but they emailed me to pass further evidence.. For those who passed further evidence, how long it will cause delay for the visa decision? CO emailed me yesterday, and I will pass additional docs tomorrow, hopefully they will give decision soon also.. How I really wish..
it depends on how many other cases or workload does your co. it's basically like a queue the way they said it...Probably just wait a little bit of time.....

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it depends on how many other cases or workload does your co. it's basically like a queue the way they said it...Probably just wait a little bit of time.....
Oh,, i wished she's not handling so much case. This waiting time really kills me.. Doubly hard because am pregnant

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Oh,, i wished she's not handling so much case. This waiting time really kills me.. Doubly hard because am pregnant
same to everyone whos waiting here...we need to hang in and be patient. I can undertstand the feelings...

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Old 09-11-2012, 05:28 AM
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hi everyone! just new here and find the site helpful. i am on the process of lodging my PMV application and need some help which anyone can respond please. my question is: do i need to provide 2 written statements from my family/friends if my fiance already got 2 written statements from his friends in stat decs? please help!
Hi petite, statutory declarations made by your or your partner’s parents, family members, relatives and other friends....
We only provided two statutory declarations. one from a relative and one from a close friend.......
pls read partner migration booklet.

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Old 09-11-2012, 06:04 AM
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hey mrsl thanks a lot for the help :-)


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