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Old 11-22-2013, 07:58 PM
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CBF is correct
Those who do not hear from their CO at all generally get approved quicker

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A handy tip for those coming on a pmv 300
To get your tax file number go to
www.iar.gov.au not Australian Taxation Office that is only good for visa 309

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Old 11-22-2013, 08:02 PM
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woops I meant www.iar.ato.gov.au

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[QUOTE=sexycola;247241]Yes Mariebird and proudmomma

you can bring all your personal/kikay stuffs as long as its in your checked-in luggage if its beyond 100ml. But u can have some hand-carry liquids too as long as it will not exceed to 100ml/bottle.
You can also bring your own over the counter and prescripted medicines. Just make sure u bring the prescription too. In Oz birth control pills are under prescripted med. and very expensive!! On my first trip there, I didn't bring any and I have a hard time to buy. [Edited out by moderator] and guess what, one box contains 3 packs of pills! I bought yasmine pills and it cost me like 81aud as far as I remember. [Edited out by moderator] So if your trying not to get pregnant soon better have the IV contraception good for a year or so, or buy heaps of pills. Just ask a doctor here in ph to give you prescription. Coz they might think something else.

My Fiancee bought contraception pill yesterday and it works out at $14 a month, so I don't think it is expensive. A hell of a lot cheaper than a baby haha

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btw, I'm not really sure if your "super tuyo" is allowed. as long as it passed on their food standard. If you miss pinoy foods/ingredients u can buy in sunnybank, at the valley (just near at your in laws house), and there are heaps small pinoy store out there. Once we get our visa I'll drive you around there, promise! Hopefully I could buy a nice cheap car there once I sold my car here
Yes Brisbane does have a few different Filipino shops, china town/ Valley has the shop "best friends". There is also one at Aspley on Gympie road. Though from what I have witnessed most Filipinos find good substitutes in the major supermarkets with the exception of the odd craving

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TELSTRA HAS FREE CALLS TO PHILIPPINES UNTIL 6AM Monday 25 NOVEMBER 2013
google for additional information or ring Telstra but basically from landline or mobile

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Yes Brisbane does have a few different Filipino shops, china town/ Valley has the shop "best friends". There is also one at Aspley on Gympie road. Though from what I have witnessed most Filipinos find good substitutes in the major supermarkets with the exception of the odd craving
Yes, Aussieboy, the odd craving for green mangoes with bagoong (shrimp paste) lol.


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Yes Brisbane does have a few different Filipino shops, china town/ Valley has the shop "best friends". There is also one at Aspley on Gympie road. Though from what I have witnessed most Filipinos find good substitutes in the major supermarkets with the exception of the odd craving
That would be hard, I tend to crave every week for "tuyo" lol... Yeah, my fiance said nando's is the best alternative for mang inasal... I'd definitely try that. wooot! Can't wait for my visa! Ive listed all the places im dragging my fiance to when I get there

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someday, [hopefully very very soon] we are gonna live in the same place..and it is gonna be ridiculously Amazing.

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Yes, Aussieboy, the odd craving for green mangoes with bagoong (shrimp paste) lol.
Easy fixed, pick green mango and then go here for shrimp recipe

Filipino Style Recipe Shrimp Paste | Filipino Style Recipe

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I know this is off topic, but im hoping someone could enlighten me.. I am wondering if employers ask for a TOR (transcript of records) and certificate of employment from previous employers once you apply for a job there? Some of my aussie friends say they don't, but I wanna make sure. My previous company suddenly shut down after my resignation due to lack of profit,so there is no way I can get a certificate from them.

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someday, [hopefully very very soon] we are gonna live in the same place..and it is gonna be ridiculously Amazing.

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