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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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CATHERINE
Mon, 22 Aug 2016 02:29 EDT
MR.DONALD EDWARD IS WORKING AT HIGH COMMISSION OF AUSTRALIA IN KUALA LUMPUR.
Hardev Singh bob
Thu, 4 Aug 2016 21:53 EDT
01131403177 ,01111114903
hi my name is hardev singh (BOB) if anybody want austrilia vis pakstan, bangladesh ,india sri lanka ,holiday , business
tarif
Wed, 3 Aug 2016 03:25 EDT
is it possible
I am from bangladesh ,now i am studing at malaysia. I want to go australia as a member of crew in a non-millitary ship.Can i go australia from malaysia by subclass 988 visa?please sir , inform me, my email addres is , 1dorani2yakub@gmail.com
MOHAMMAD ABUHURAYRA SHAMIM
Fri, 1 Jul 2016 14:38 EDT
Visit Visa For holiday
To
Embassy Of Australia

Dear sir.
I am from Bangladesh.now stay at malaysia from last Seven month.I am student in Malaysia Putra Intelek International College.I know Australia is beautiful country in the World, I already Visit Singapore, Thailand, India, Brunei, Indonesia, Cambodia and Next Destination Brazil,Laos . now I want to go visit in Australia.is it possible for me?kindly tell me what recquirements for visit visa and cost? also processing time?my email address: shamimkhanridoy50@gmail.com
Jahan Nasiruddin
Sat, 18 Jun 2016 01:01 EDT
about australian visit visa
Dear sir.
I am from Bangladesh.now stay at malaysia from last six month.I came to know Australia is a beautiful country in over all countries.now I want to go visit in Australia.is it possible for me?kindly tell me what recquirements for visas and visa cost?also processing time?my email address:nasirjahan73@gmail.com
rahmat ali
Thu, 16 Jun 2016 22:17 EDT
i want to work in Australia
Hi sir,
I m from Pakistani nationality holder. I have done Bachelor Degree of computer science now I m working in Malaysia my aim I'll go work in Australia. How can start visa process & what's requirements? sir plz suggested me I m really thank full to u my e-mail: rahmat2257@gmail.com
Nasiruddin Jahan
Wed, 15 Jun 2016 06:19 EDT
want to go visit in Australia.
Dear sir.
I am from Bangladesh.now stay at malaysia from last six month.I came to know Australia is a beautiful country in over all countries.now I want to go visit in Australia.is it possible for me?kindly tell me what recquirements for visas and visa cost?also processing time?my email address:nasirjahan73@gmail.com
Nor adilah binti ali
Tue, 31 May 2016 20:39 EDT
I m malaysia
Hai dear sir/mdm i want got some information i m malaysian citizen and my life partner from pakistan we have 3 kids all have malaysian passports just my husband having a pakistani passport now we want visit to australaia just for 30 days its possible?if possible whts requirment for visas if possible contct me on my cell 0179744425 or mail me plz...sasamaju104@yahoo.com......i shall be very thankfull for this kindness bundles of thanks...by
mahamudul hasan
Tue, 31 May 2016 07:51 EDT
holiday visa
Dear sir/madam I am Bangladeshi student in Malaysia.I want to visit Australia in vacation.So,would you let me know please what is required for this.Thankyou.My email is hsumon50@hotmail.co.uk
Pius Gilbert Louis
Thu, 26 May 2016 04:06 EDT
Singapore government attempts to kill me.
Dear Sir, I am a former International School teacher from Singapore I taught at ISS and UWC between 1990 and 2002. I helped an Afghanistan refugee imprisoned illegally in Singapore to be finally repatriated at my own expense. However the Singapore government were not impressed by my threats (to complain to the US embassy) and falsely accused me of a crime and kept me in prison (once again illegally) for more than 4 years. However I have irrefutable evidence of their wrong-doing and corruption (including the judiciary). They tainted my food in prison to slowly but surely cause me a heart attack on my release to silence me. Once again I did not die although the doctor perforated my artery (during groin angioplasti). Subsequently they forced me to NUH (University hospital) and on the pre tense of inserting 4 stents they sedated me and implanted micro-chips. They are causing me unbearable suffering and pain as the chips are controlled by a laptop or even a smart phone. I desperately want to seek professional medical treatment (at my own expense) in Australia to remove these illegally implanted micro-chips. I have visited Australia on several occasions (Perth, Cairns, Melbourne). I have cousins in all 3 states. At the moment I am surviving by sung neodymium magnets taped all over my body and some aluminium plates to cover the central nervous system. Please advise and help me to survive this attempt on my life. I believe they have agents trailing me all the time and would do whatever it takes to stop me from reaching Australia. I am staying in JB to escape them but they are also here. I have made a lengthy police report previously in Malacca but I believe the Singapore government has powerful influence. My contact number is +6017-7896101. I am prepared to attend a interview with some of the evidence. Thank you and please help me in God's name.

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