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Australian flag Embassy of Australia in Manila

AddressLevel 23 - Tower 2, RCBC Plaza,
6819 Ayala Avenue (Makati City)
Manila
Philippines
Phonelocal: (02) 757.8100
international: +63.2.757.8100
Faxlocal: (02) 757.8268
international: +63.2.757.8268
Web sitehttp://www.philippines.embassy.gov.au

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jon jon dormal
Wed, 19 Sep 2012 23:52 EDT
student visa temporary subclass 570
mam and sir i will applying these last month.then my visa is refuse i dont know what was made to me when my interview is ask me.i answer the truth with all my heart.and i want to study in australia because my english is poor.so why the reason to not get enter in australia to get the visa.my sponsor is my sister is unfair the only thing is i get more knowledge in english.thank u so pls i just want an answer why he refuse my visa.jon jon dormal. jondormal@yahoo.com.au
Nenita Julianes
Tue, 11 Sep 2012 08:13 EDT
application for working visa
iam 46 years old i need your help to get job in Australia,My job is Cut and Sew, and sewwing machine operator,and i have my certified documents or certificate of employment,co comply my job, wish you will help me to get job,Thank you and advance,My email Nitajulianes@yahoo.com.
i will wait for your soonest reply,
Thanks once again.
michelle francisco
Mon, 10 Sep 2012 22:24 EDT
need more information
i need to ask what are the requirements needed if i apply for tourist myself going to australia. I will be visiting my mother who is in australia. How much money will Im going to show if i will stay for 3 months
vilma
Sun, 2 Sep 2012 22:20 EDT
good morning ma'am/sir? my fiancee and i are going to apply as fiancee visa right this month(sept). can i take a heatlh check before we send our documents? thanx & god bless..pls send ur replt to my email add: vilma_juson@yahoo.com
Ruby
Thu, 30 Aug 2012 00:58 EDT
advice
Greetings. i have 24 yrs old australian boyfriend and he came to met me in person here in cebu. Like the rest, he wanted me to visit him and no marriage yet bec we want to know further with each other. What type of visa should i get and how possible it is. I get worried bec. im 6 yrs older with my boyfriend but looking younger. I have many questions actually and i do love to hear your advices.. email add: rubyyase@yahoo.com
richard h. harding.
Tue, 28 Aug 2012 10:08 EDT
child's passport
My wife gave birth to our second son in Cebu in May. I cannot believe that she is expected to travel to Manila to attend an interview for the granting of his passport. My wife is a permanent resident and is with my other son, a australian national. Is travel to Manila really necessary.
Jessica
Mon, 20 Aug 2012 10:03 EDT
Hi im jessica, i want ask what should i bring in the embassy aside 48r form. And any supporting documents that i need, i have a boyfriend there and he want me to visit there. i hope u can help me this is my email add. Jessicaesparas@yahoo.com? Thank u so much
marissa
Tue, 7 Aug 2012 11:17 EDT
hi im marissa,,i want to ask information and requirements needed about visiting visa i have a boyfriend there and he want me to visit in Australia we meet each other last may 2012,heres my email add mortelmarissa@yahoo.com,im waiting for response thank you so much and i believe you can help me..God Bless
alfred43
Sun, 5 Aug 2012 02:25 EDT
TOURIST VISA
HI GOOD DAY. I WANT TO APPLY A TOURIST VISA AND WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMTENTS NEEDED ON IT. I HAVE MY FREIND WHO IS AUSTRALIAN CITIZEN INVITED ME TO COME IN HIS COUNTRY. PLEASE SEND ME AND EMAIL ON THIS SCENTEDGUY29@YAHOO.COM THANKS.
secret
Fri, 3 Aug 2012 00:32 EDT
visit a sick friend
my friend im australia wanting me to visit him and take care him cause of his condition.. what kind of documents im needed!

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