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Old 07-13-2013, 08:55 AM
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Hi eleigh , long time no hear.. How are u sis? Yeah, alas! my flight is on the Aug 19.. through Jetstar.

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Hi eleigh , long time no hear.. How are u sis? Yeah, alas! my flight is on the Aug 19.. through Jetstar.
Hi sis! Im fine i wasnt able to attend the CFO seminar last week both monday and thursday, haha! Im just wondering that there were too many approved visa so i think, plenty of people were there, im going to cfo this
Coming monday haha! How r you?

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Good im fine.. i reach there between 6 and 7. Hope u can get ur certificate and sticker too before ur flight. ha ha.

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Old 07-13-2013, 09:30 AM
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Well, u can do it sis.. such a smart girl u are.. Good luck..

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Well, u can do it sis.. such a smart girl u are.. Good luck..
Hehehe thankyou sis i will soon hihi Godbless us

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Old 07-13-2013, 10:18 AM
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arrived in Perth last sunday (july 7).. getting busy with the preparation of our wedding now.

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Old 07-13-2013, 11:37 AM
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I was looking at applying for a job with flight center coz i have training on diff airline booking and ticketing tools.. Lolz..

LESSON LEARNED:

Better to use prepaid card in purchases online (which is what i usually do) at least they wont be able to charge or hold amount more than what you were quoted.. Lolz

I will be your first customer if you get me a real cheap flight I saw the prepaid visa card at the post office this morning, if I was to book through one travel.com with that card does it stop the need to carry a copy of the credit card as it in my opinion would be like paying for it in cash?? I am learning stuff here everyday it is great
You probably would still need to send ur fiancee picture/photocopy of the prepaid visa but at least you would feel more safer/secured and one travel wont be able to put a hold or "Authorization" amount on ur card.. U probably wouldnt notice it if ur using a credit card (not the prepaid) but what happened on hubby's case, he used his debit card so it has real cash on his account that's why we got paranoid why it was deducted on balance when he checked it.. But basically that "auth" amount would fall off within 24hrs.

I dont know if it only applies with Malaysian Air as what iduno mentioned that they have been using onetravel even before and on other airlines ( not Malaysian Air) and they didnt ask for it from her partner, but still she let her have a photocopy of his cc and drivers license (valid id w/ pix) just in case they ask for it.

Personally, i suggest only use prepaid VISA/MASTERcard on purchases online.

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Old 07-13-2013, 12:35 PM
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Hi Amie
my Fiance and me are about to put our PMV application in the next week we are looking at getting her and her son out on a tourist Visa we have an agent who i think has been great they have lots of experience in this and i could not have done as thorough a job as them and they asked me to fix my relationship letter which i thought was great so i know a lot of pple here seem to bag them but i dont think we could have done it without them would have been stressing if i got everything right lol
I have been looking at airfares to get my Fiance and her son here in next month or so once tourist visa granted I found Tiger Airways was the cheapest we got return tickets from Cebu to Cold Coast for $1400
so i was just wondering if anyone has used Tiger Airways at all

I have been seeing lots of Visas granted lately which is great congrats to everyone
we hope and pray our visa process be quick and easy

Cheers
Jason
Try to Check with Qantas online bec i see they have specials there around $800-$900 flight return.. Or Malaysian Air which is where we got our flights.. Just make sure you check the connecting flight with malaysian air if u decide to get it bec they have 2 types of flight.. one would have around 3 1/2 hrs layover and the other is around 8hrs layover in kuala lumpur..
Anyway, goodluck on ur application..



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thanks Amie Quantas do have great deals and direct flights from Manila to Sydney


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Hi guys!! We are down to the very last one before I send all my documents to the Philippines, have all his forms done and get it lodged by my fiance there. I will have all the documents signed tomorrow by our celebrant and will also claim my letter from the celebrant as well. I am very excited and anxious at the same time.

I have some questions before I have it all signed tomorrow, it would be of great help again if you guys would respond to my concerns:

-Do I need to have my 40SP form signed by the celebrant as well?

Regarding the 40SP, I left some questions blank as I have no idea or unsure on what to put in there:

-#8 Date of arrival in Australia (Do I put the latest entry or the first time I arrived in Australia?) -- My latest entry would be Feb 28, 2013.. My PR visa was granted 4 years ago, and I was traveling back and forth to the Phil while studying and coming home to Australia for the semestral breaks.


# 25 Have you lived separately and apart for any periods of time? (I am a PR but I went back to the Philippines to finish my studies, I usually come home to Australia during my term breaks, so that's about 3-4 weeks stay in Australia, does that count as living separately?


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