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Australian flag High Commission of Australia in Kuala Lumpur

Address6, Jalan Yap Kwan Seng
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Phonelocal: (03) 2146.5555
international: +60.3.2146.5555
Faxlocal: (03) 2141.5773
international: +60.3.2141.5773
Web sitehttp://www.malaysia.embassy.gov.au

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sm noor hossain.
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 04:16 EDT
Prayer for visit visa in austrila.
Dear sir,I am bangladeshi passport holder.I am working in malaysia.So i am interested to visit in australia.How can i apply to go to there.And what document i have to bring?I hope kindly you should let me know.
Hasan
Thu, 4 Sep 2014 12:26 EDT
Australia visit visa information
Sir,,I m a Bangladeshi passport holder..and I study in Linclon college.. What document I need to apply for visit visa..
Sharmin Aktar
Fri, 15 Aug 2014 11:32 EDT
Student Visa
Hi! I am Sharmin, student of Sunway University college, doing VUMBA(Master's of Business Administration in Victoria University). Sunway University College is my offshore campus. Now, I am transfering my credit to Australia.I am a Bangladeshi citizen. Could you please tell me how much time it will take for the visa procedure or to get the visa from the embassy if I apply now? Please let me know.
aderline
Wed, 23 Jul 2014 23:21 EDT
visa for indonesia maid
Me and my family are going to visit Australia on the February 2015. I would like to bring along my Indonesian maid with me to babysit my son. Is there any documents that i need to prepare or any requirements for applying her visa for our vacation trip to Australia? Please kindly reply me to my email: aderline68@gmail.com
Thank you.
Arya Javadi Riahi
Mon, 7 Jul 2014 12:33 EDT
A Main Question
To whom it may concern,

I have applied for immigration to Australia according to application Subclass 190 since October 2012 but due to unexplained reasons the process has been stagnated in last few months. So I would like to be informed about any issue and a clear cut estimation of completion date.

Although I have sent police certificate(June 2013) and medical examination results (August 2013) a couple of months ago, the mere reply from the immigration officer has been instructing us to wait. It is understandable that all process takes time while it is expected to have an estimation on the length. Hereunder are few concerns that I do like to share:

1 Aforementioned medical and police certificates are going to be expired in the next couple of weeks. Providing another series is not only time consuming but also impose unnecessary financial burden.

2 We currently live in Malaysia. This uncertainty is going to make our life and job related circumstances in jeopardy. For instance, registration of my daughter in school, continual of house rent, and applying for available job positions are issues which impose financial burdens to us while our saving is gradually on decrease.

3 My wife would finish her PhD in next couple of months which would be the reason that we should leave Malaysia, while one don't know about our immigration application to Australia, to Iran. This not only would cost too much but also make us face more troubles that we had in Iran and as you may know has been our main reason to immigrate.

I believe a developed country as Australia won't distinguish among applicants from different nationalities, even though I can find a lot of cases that have been able to receive their visa in clearly shorter period.

All in all, I would be grateful if you let me know an answer to a simple question which would help us to enter Australia with more confidence and assurance for productive future years: When would be your estimated date for your kind reply to our last steps of immigration process?

Sincerely yours
Arya Javadi Riahi
aryajr@yahoo.com
Jony
Mon, 7 Jul 2014 11:52 EDT
tourist visa
sir how r u? i m bangladeshi.student in malaysia.sir i want to visit Singapore. Now i want to visit Australia.How can i get australia tourist visa n where need to contact.plz infrom me,my email is jonyab43@gmail.com. Thanks by Jony.
low
Fri, 4 Jul 2014 03:31 EDT
student visa
dear sir,
Refer to my earlier Posting, i attach herewith my email address low_ts@yahoo.com.
Hope to hear from your good office for advise.
low
Fri, 4 Jul 2014 03:26 EDT
student visa
dear sir,
for continue higher education in one of the Australia universities I have to apply for a student Visa,
1) may i know how long will it take for AHC to process e-Visa
2) is there anyway student can request to expedite or shorten the process time to obtain the Visa
3)By proving or evident of offer letter from University and a fly ticket in hand, can Visa be obtained immediately by present in person at the Ambassy.
Thanks.
myl
Mon, 30 Jun 2014 08:30 EDT
Driving in Australia
May i know is it possible to drive in Australia with a translated Malaysian license only? Please provide some guide. Thanks.
mobarakhossain
Sat, 28 Jun 2014 13:06 EDT
transit visa
sir how r u? i m bangladeshi.student in malaysia.sir i want to visit fiji,bangladeshi passport holder get on arrivel visa in fiji.but malaysia to fiji dont have any flight,so need transit in australia,so sir i need australia transit visa.how can i get australia transit visa n where need to contact.plz infrom me,my email tmjehan@gmail.com.thanks by mobarak

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