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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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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!
GieGie
Tue, 31 Jul 2012 10:53 EDT
Thank You
I am just going to say thank you to Aust Embassy because i got my first visa to australia last 3 months ago, and that was quicked. I am back in phils now and i enjoyed my stay in melbourne with my boyfriend. Its very cold there because its winter but i made it, Thanks to all the stuff in Australian Embassy for giving me that apportunity . I am happy and forever thankful!

Love : GieGie
emelie evans (emelie_evans@yahoo.com)
Wed, 25 Jul 2012 04:32 EDT
need some information
I am married to an Australian, 73 years old and he is living here for one year now. He wanted to go back to Australia for health reason.His doctor advise him not to travel alone.What is the most possible visa I can get to travel with him the soonest possible time.Please give me some information on this matter.
kindly sent your reply in my email address. Thank you.
jessica andalis
Wed, 25 Jul 2012 00:11 EDT
i've been alrdy in australia last 2009 for tourist visa only.and my defacto want me to apply a permanent visa,i just want to ask wat is all da recquirements i need,to apply for permanent visa..pls,,tnx and godbless
Liverpool
Tue, 10 Jul 2012 06:55 EDT
Need advice
I am a permanent resident here in Australia and I have a dependent single mother daughter who is 28 years old with two sons. I want here to come here in Sydney but I dont know what is the right visa for her. Thank you and any advice will be appreciated. My email delwin_lau@yahoo.com.ph

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