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Payment & Lodgement in person (Sydney) for visa 820/801


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Hey everyone,

My partner and I are going later today to the Sydney Office to submit our 820/801 visa application.

Can we pay in person? Or do we need to? Does it speed up the process? If we do (most likely by credit card), what do we then do with "Part M" (Visa Payment) of the 47SP form? Do we leave it blank? Or de we fill it out beforehand with the same card details?

Anything else important to know about lodging it in person at Sydney Office? Anyone else done this before? Hope it goes well, im so nervous about it, its like there's no end to it and i just want it to be perfect! oh well, done my best to put in as much as i can...

wish us luck!!!


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Usually DIAC doens't take cash, and will accept credit card, EFTPOS or a money order from the post office.

Applications lodged in Australia
Acceptable payment methods in Australia are by:

•credit card
•debit card in person
•bank cheque, made payable to 'DIAC'
•money order, made payable to 'DIAC'.
Payment by cash in person or personal cheque may delay processing.

Please do not send cash through the post.

Applications lodged at a processing centre in Australia
Acceptable payment methods for applications lodged in Australia at a processing centre are:

•credit card
•Australia Post money order made payable to 'DIAC'
•bank cheque
◦drawn on a bank with representation in Australia
◦in Australian dollars
◦made payable to 'DIAC'.
or
•international money order:
◦drawn on a bank with representation in Australia
◦in Australian dollars
◦made payable to 'DIAC'.
Note:
1. Personal cheques are not accepted
2. Travellers' cheques are not accepted

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