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Old 06-26-2011, 09:09 AM
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Do anyone knows how much money i have to put in my account to get the tourist visa for one year???


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Old 06-26-2011, 11:13 AM
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I've looked at the DIAC site and can't find an exact figure.

Financial requirements
You must have access to sufficient funds to cover all costs for the duration of your stay in Australia, including health insurance if required. You may be asked to provide evidence of your funds.
Examples: personal bank statements, pay slips, audited accounts, taxation records, credit card limit.

I suggest you call your nearest DIAC office or Australian embassy to find out.

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This question is great, since I may move to Australia someday, but I'd love to know more about the place first.


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Hi there,

Me and my boyfriend are planning to get married here in the Philippines this August. After the wedding he's planning to bring me to australia just for 3 months for our honeymoon. We can't have our honeymoon here in the Philippines since he can't take a vacation leave that long. If I'm going to apply for a tourist visa as his spouse do I still have to show some personal bank statements and credit card limit? I hope somebody can help me out with this, I would really appreciate it a lot.

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If you are employed and work, I don't think they will ask you to show your bank statements, but they might. And if you are unemployed, they will definitely ask you to prove your financial ability.


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If you are employed and work, I don't think they will ask you to show your bank statements, but they might. And if you are unemployed, they will definitely ask you to prove your financial ability.
thanks for the quick reply nitka. I resigned from my current work just 6 months ago and didn't apply for a new one because most companies I applied has a bond on it, I'm afraid if I'm going to apply and just suddenly leave it might reflect on my employment records here in the Philippines thus giving me a negative impact Guess I have to think of another way to prove my financial ability many thanks


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I have just applied for a tourist visa, no answer yet. I attached bank satements, payslips, statutory declarations of support from my husband and his family in Australia. I hope this will help.


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I have just applied for a tourist visa, no answer yet. I attached bank satements, payslips, statutory declarations of support from my husband and his family in Australia. I hope this will help.
Just a quick question nitka,when did you apply for a tourist visa? how long have you waited already since you have submitted the forms?


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I applied last Thursday, they have got 10 days to reply. Last year when I was employed and applied for a tourist visa I got it in 2 hours. I applied for an eVisitor, online of course.


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