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Old 07-10-2013, 09:43 PM
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The vitamins should be fine as long as they are in a labeled bottle which is preferably still sealed. Though if it asks on the declaration form make sure you declare it. Though you do know that Australia sells vitamins too

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Just want to know about checking-in on our departure date, I walkthrough my husband online to book our flights (coz that's how i teach him how to go about stuff online) and just want to ask, do i still need to provide copy of CC used and his ID when we purchased our tickets?

Anyone with same experience?
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Just want to know about checking-in on our departure date, I walkthrough my husband online to book our flights (coz that's how i teach him how to go about stuff online) and just want to ask, do i still need to provide copy of CC used and his ID when we purchased our tickets?

Anyone with same experience?
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Hi amie,
My wife keeps a photo copy of my credit card with here when ever she travels, some airlines state that you have to have a copy of the CC when you check in if the ticket was paid for with someone else's CC.
My wife has never been asked to show the photo copy of my CC.

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Hi amie,
My wife keeps a photo copy of my credit card with here when ever she travels, some airlines state that you have to have a copy of the CC when you check in if the ticket was paid for with someone else's CC.
My wife has never been asked to show the photo copy of my CC.
Thanks @iduno. That's a good idea, better to be ready.. Bec i was going through the confirmation email of our itinerary:

Thank you for choosing Malaysia Airlines.

Important notice for security reasons, the following are required upon check-in or ticket issuance. Failure to produce these documents may result in denied boarding:

Photocopy or actual credit/debit card used for the online purchase(s).
Photocopy or original photo ID of the credit/debit cardholder.
Please note that boarding gate will be closed 20 minutes prior to departure.
Note: Meal will be served on flights where the flying time is more than 60min.

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Thanks @iduno. That's a good idea, better to be ready.. Bec i was going through the confirmation email of our itinerary:

Thank you for choosing Malaysia Airlines.

Important notice for security reasons, the following are required upon check-in or ticket issuance. Failure to produce these documents may result in denied boarding:

Photocopy or actual credit/debit card used for the online purchase(s).
Photocopy or original photo ID of the credit/debit cardholder.
Please note that boarding gate will be closed 20 minutes prior to departure.
Note: Meal will be served on flights where the flying time is more than 60min.

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hello.. yes, i've talked to the customer service agent and he said i have to present a clear photocopy or scanned copies of the CC and ID/passport of the CC owner during the check-in process..

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Old 07-11-2013, 03:55 AM
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For your reference guys, especially for those leaving to Australia for the first time.

Incoming Passenger Card



http://www.immi.gov.au/managing-aust...ipc-sample.pdf

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Hello everyone, my hubby is applying for 309 visa... he already did his medical.. does he still need to attend the seminar thingy? I’m just curious.


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Hello everyone, my hubby is applying for 309 visa... he already did his medical.. does he still need to attend the seminar thingy? Iím just curious.
Hi! Yes, it's a requirement before he can leave the country.

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Old 07-11-2013, 05:25 AM
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For your reference guys, especially for those leaving to Australia for the first time.

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http://www.immi.gov.au/managing-aust...ipc-sample.pdf
Thank you wishful and aussieboy,you've been always helpful..thanks for the info..

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Hi! Yes, it's a requirement before he can leave the country.
Thank you. when can he do the seminar? is it after the visa has been granted?

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