How to apply for an Australian Tourist Visa (2013 edition)

[Update: September 15, 2014] Philippine passport holders can now apply for an Australian tourist visa online through the IMMI website. Application fee must be paid via credit card. You can still apply in person through VFS.

I am not a visa officer, nor am I migration agent. I am in no way affiliated with the Australian Embassy Manila nor with the Australian government. This post comes from my experience with preparing and submitting visa applications for family members and for myself. Also note that this entry pertains to my experience in applying for an Australian tourist visa in April 2013. This is geared towards applicants who holds a Philippine passport, though the preparation can be applied for other nationalities as well. The Australian immigration update their forms every 3 months. I will try to answer your questions the best way that I can, but bear in mind that I can’t answer all your questions. If you ask a question I’ve already answered in the post, I will ignore you.

Australian tourist visa

After almost seven years, I finally have an update to my now epic How to Apply for an Australian Tourist Visa series. I have written two posts on the topic, both garnering over a thousand comments, with one getting over 4,500! I have stopped replying to comments, since I don’t think I’m not the best person to be talking about it, as my knowledge of the visa process is largely obsolete, so the visitors have taken upon themselves to answer each other’s questions, with successful applicants coming back to share their good news and help others. It has become a mini forum of sorts and I have to admit I’m happy it turned out that way. I found it to be a great help when I took another chance to apply for an Australian tourist visa once more.

Before I get to the visa application process, here’s some background about me and my circumstances: I am a Philippine passport holder, and have applied and received a visa from Australia before. I have a valid US Visa, with used tourist visas to Canada, Japan, and Myanmar. I also have more than 70 arrival and departure stamps from various countries, and that’s just in one passport. I am single and have my own company registered with the DTI. I have a bank account and a couple of credit cards, and I have two sisters who live in Australia, one of which is a temporary resident and the other a citizen. My intention to visit was for a short break from life in Manila, and to hopefully visit places I missed during my first two trips to the Australia.

Step 1: Download and read the necessary pages, documents, and forms.

This is very important, I can’t stress that enough. It won’t do to just ask questions without reading these web pages and documents first, because you’ll look like an idiot. Majority of your questions would likely be answered by the information written in these files. All these are available for download at the Australian Immigration website, immi.gov.au, and they are all free.

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There is no need to print all of those pages or forms (unless you prefer to read them off the computer), but the one thing you should print is the visa application form. It’s a fillable form, wherein you can type in your answers on the form itself and print it afterwards. If you use Adobe Reader to open it, it will not save the changes to the form, so fill it out only when you are ready to print and submit. However, if you’re using Foxit PDF Reader, it can save the changes to the form, so you can fill it out and edit it later on before printing.

Step 2: Gather the required documents

Page 15 of Form 1419, Part M is actually an application check list. The column on the left lists all the required documents, while the column on the right lists the additional documents you may submit.

Here are the documents I submitted:

  • Certified true copy of the identity page and pages with visa stamps of my valid passport
  • Recent passport photo taken within the last six months
  • Visa application charge in manager’s or cashier’s check

The Australian embassy do not affix visa labels anymore, so there’s no need to send your passport when you apply, unless you specify that you want a visa label. I would have done this, but the label costs AU$70.

Step 3: Gather your supporting documents

Here are the supporting documents I submitted. Remember that this vary depending on your circumstance. You’re not required to submit all of these, but it is advised that you submit as much supporting documents as you can to prove that you can fund your trip to Australia, and that you have a strong reason to come back to the Philippines.

  • Birth certificate printed on security paper
  • Certified true copy of my DTI Registration
  • Certified true copy of my BIR Registration (Form 2303)
  • Certified true copy of my Income Tax Return (From 1701)
  • Certified true copy of the invitation letter from my sister
  • Certified true copy of my sister’s pay slip
  • Certified true copy of my sister’s passport bio page and employee ID
  • NBI Clearance
  • Bank statement
  • Credit card statement
  • Itinerary

The Australian immigration require that all photocopied documents you submit are certified true copies. You can do this by going to the Notary Public.

If you look at the form, it doesn’t list the birth certificate as part of the documents needed. I included it anyway, since I have an extra copy. Also, when I called to have my document picked up, they mentioned something about the NSO and I asked if I still need to get another since I already have a SECPA copy. They said I can include my copy instead of getting a new one.

Supplementary reading: How to apply for birth, death, and marriage documents in the Philippines – National Statistics Office (NSO)

The NBI clearance isn’t really required either, but I included it since I have it anyway. I got it because it was required in the previous form, 48R. A medical isn’t required, but you may be required to get one if you are applying for a 6-month visa, or if you’re over 75 years old. The medical is only done through accredited clinics. From what I understand, you have to submit your application and use the reference code the embassy will give you when you go for your medical.

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I also included a cover letter [Download sample of intent letter] explaining the purpose of my trip and that I wish to get a multiple-entry visa, since I want to make a side trip to New Zealand. This isn’t really necessary, since the form now asks for your trip’s purpose. You are also asked to provide an itinerary of your trip, though you are not required nor advised to make any bookings until your visa is approved.

Step 4: Buy a manager’s check for the visa fee

The visa fee is AU$115, which is Php 5,100, based on the conversion rate at the time. Please double check the fees and the conversion rate, as this can change anytime. I bought my manager’s check from BDO, since I have an account there. Based on the comments in the previous blog posts, there are banks that would not let you buy a manager’s check if you don’t have an account with them. Best to call and inquire with the banks in your area if they’ll let you buy a manager’s check from them even if you don’t have an account.




Step 5: Lodge your application

Required reading: Where to Apply

You don’t have to go to the embassy to submit your application. There are two ways to submit: you can either call the embassy hotline and have them pick up your documents or submit them in person at the VIA Center.

I opted to go with the call center, since it was summer and don’t want to be away for too long from my electric fan. Calling the hotline costs Php 32 per minute, not including the charges from your network provider, if you are calling from a mobile phone. My phone call took about 10 minutes (which included a long wait for them to finish a spiel, and another wait for an operator to be available), and cost me Php 339.29. If you’re going this route, listen closely at the start of the spiel, because there is an option to skip that and go directly to request for a pick up.

The courier fee for Metro Manila is Php 320, paid directly to the messenger who will pick up your documents. This fee covers both pick up and delivery after your application as been processed.

VIA Center have offices in Makati and Cebu.

Step 6: Wait for your visa

Visa processing takes about ten days all the way to 30 days. I called to have my documents picked up on Tuesday, April 2, 2013. It was almost 5pm when I called, and was told that they have already reached the quota for pick up the follwing day. My documents were picked up on Thursday, April 4. I received a text from the embassy that my documents were received on Monday, April 8.

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By the third week of April, I was wondering what’s happening to my application. Someone who commented on my previous post said her application was received around the same time and she already has her visa. I started worrying when someone who submitted a week after I did said she already got her visa grant. That’s when I also found out that the embassy conducts phone interviews.

Apparently, they don’t do this to all applicants, only for those they feel they need to clarify certain answers to the application form. Worry changed to distress when I missed not one, but FOUR calls from the embassy. The first call was to our house phone, and my sister gave them my mobile number since I was out of the house. The first call to my mobile came while I was struggling to get off a packed LRT, so I had to cancel it. The next two came when the phone was in silent mode because I was at an event. You can just imagine how frantic I was.

I ended up calling the number, but it was the consulate’s trunkline number. I was told to just call the visa information number (845 9200). Because I do not know how to follow instructions, I called the hotline instead, and was told to send them an e-mail, which can be found on the immigration website. I sent an e-mail using the contact form there, and did not receive any response.

On May 7, just a day shy of one month since they received my documents, I called the hotline again, after getting no response or call from the embassy. The operator took pity and gave me a number to contact, which is the consulate hotline. I wasn’t able to talk to anybody, but I did get an e-mail address. I sent another e-mail, which again did not receive any response.

I finally got a text on May 14 that my documents have been dispatched to the courier for delivery. It did not mention if my visa was granted or not. My documents came the following day, and I was so relieved that my application was granted. It wasn’t a multiple entry visa, as I was hoping for. The visa was granted on May 10, and since it was a long weekend, it wasn’t dispatched until after election day.

Unlike before, the embassy not just issue visa grant letters for tourists. You need to bring this when you leave Manila, as the local immigration would ask for your visa before they stamp you out of the country. Also, instead of having a one-year validity, my Australian tourist visa is only valid until November 2013.

Supplementary reading: Frequently Asked Question – Australian Embassy Manila

I hope you find this helpful. I would also suggest you check the previous entries, How to apply for an Australian visa and Applying for an Australian tourist visa, because the discussions over there are a great resource, as it have inputs from applicants with different circumstances.

You’re welcome to post your questions here, but please read the entire blog post and read all the documents I linked to before asking. Did you apply for an Australian tourist visa recently? How was your experience?


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3,821 thoughts on “How to apply for an Australian Tourist Visa (2013 edition)”

  1. Hi josephen sorry for late response i tried that day when u asked but i couldnt load the page to rEply u..but anyway..i hope u were able to do it..if so..just click TOURIST…IF u hve more question let me know… We are here in sydney now with my kids. Take care and God bless

  2. Hell po! Nag pass ako ng requirements ko yesterday sa vfs.tourist stream.sana ma grant! Nagbackread ako dito para macomplete ko documents ko.thank you.

    1. Same tayo Neth, ngback read ako from the very start at binasa ko lahat ng comments para makakuha ng tips. Hehe goodluck sa application natin lahat! God is good.

      1. @claude,,hahaha ilang days din ako nagtyaga,pagkadating ko sa bahay,basa agad.sana nga granted tayo.when ka nag apply?tourist din?

      2. @Neth di pa ako ng apply pero yung mga requirements ko pa konti2x kinumpleto ko.. hopefully granted as long as kumpleto at madaming supporting documents. San sayo sa Australia?

        @Lene Thank you very much sa email at help mo sis.. nakatulong ng malaki sa mga requirements na sinabi mo. Thank you again!!! :)

  3. Mas feel ko dito mgpost kesa dun sa Pinoy Forum sa facebook kase laging deleted mga post ko kng matatanong ako, matitino naman ang mga tinatanong ko at visa related talaga pero ilang beses na binura ng admin not just once but most of the time..di ata ako welcome dun! Hahay nkakasad ganun pala dun.. may iba naman kahit di visa related dun at mga pagkain pinopost eh di binubura. Ayaw sa akin ng admin dun wala naman akong ginagawang masama. :(

    Guy help me po sa question number 25 sa form 1419

    PART C- Family NOT travelling to Australia with you

    Do you have a partner, any children, or fiance who will NOT be travelling, or has NOT travelled, to Australia with you?

    YES ba or NO?

    Pwede ba family members ilalagay kahit no partner, children or fiance??

    Thanks mga sis. Sana may maka help kase naguguluhan ako may Yes at may No kase sa mga pinagtanungan ko.

  4. Hello girls… mag ask ako anu gamit nyo short or A4 na bond paper? baka may proper na format even sa bond paper.. mahirap pa naman maghanap ng A4 lalo na sa photo copier shops.

    1. Their forms are formatted for A4 sized papers. If you use short bond paper, some items at the bottom might be snipped off. I suggest you buy a pack of A4 paper, and bring it to the printer and ask them to use it.

      1. @claude,, sa melbourne ako..dun kami magmeet ng cousin ko kung ma grant ako..buti sya no need ng visa kc u.s passport na sya.hinihintay nya lang ako.kinakabahan ako kc first time to apply ng tourist sa au.baka mahigpit sila.

  5. Hello mga sis, finally granted na ang visa ko..the long wait is over..yehey! ask ko lang, kung halimbawa ba one way ticket lang ang kunin ko at iask ako ng immig why, ano dapat ko isagot? Wala kasing nkalagay na no further stay sa visa ko. Salamat sa makaka answer… :)

      1. Sis Josephine, taga habitat ko sa gensan…hehe…kaw? Gani,sa melbourne ko,lamig daw didto…abi nko sa melbourne ka, pwd unta ta magkita..hehe

      2. Hi sis Dan , Perth rako.oo super lamig didto. ALabel pa Amoa sis, pero kada adlaw ko sa Gensan kay sa gensan ko nag work.amo office sa downtown, review center ko nag work for civil engg.Nice to meet you here sis

      3. Hi sis Dan , atleast hindi pala umabot ng one month na grant visa mo. Sa akin almost one month.kasi nag lodge ako April 15 ata yon.toz na grant May 19. Tpz Na recib ko visa grant ko May 21 via 2go

    1. Hi Dan,

      San ka sa Melbourne? Bf ko Melbourne din, planning to go there next month or sept. Sna dumating na visa ko this month pra mkaalis ako next month. Nag apply ako visa July 15, till now wla pa din result :(

      Ilang days processed nung visa mo?

      1. Sis danica, hello..hindi ko pa actually kabisado san sa melbourne, hehe..kita tayo pag naka punta ka doon ha…iba tlaga kasi pag may kakilalang pinoy doon…mga almost one month din yung processing ng visa ko sis…pray ka lang, God will hear your prayers…June 24 ako nag lodge, july 22 nagrant..

      2. Pareho tau ndi ko pa din masyado kabisado dun hehe. Ndi ko pa din na try mag commute.Sa city kba? Medyo malayo kc sa city place ng bf ko mga 30mins drive. Kelan punta mo ng Melbourne sis? Tourist lng din inapplayan mo?

  6. Sis Josephine, gani,nice meeting you…hehe…thankful gani ko na naapprove ko kay wala pa bya mi nagkita ni bf,karon pa august, mag visit siya dri gensan, tpos sabay nami paadto melbourne…

    Sis danica, oo, tourist lang yung visa ko..and first time ko tlaga mag punta ng australia..sa august 22 yung flight ko sis with bf…ilang beses kana nakapunta ng Melbourne?

    1. Gnun ba sis, akala ko mraming beses kna nka punta hehe.. Pang third time ko na to sis, pero ndi ko pa na experience mag commute hehe this time I’ll try na tlaga mag commute pra makabisado ko place sa Melbourne hehe ska kc wla akong kilala na pinoy dun, kya pag may work c bf dun lng ako sa bhay, or sa parents nya at shop. Mag stay kba ng matagal dun? Sis ano fb mo? Add kita ok lng? Hehe :)

      1. Sis danica,sure, ano fb mo? Ako nlang mag add sayo,bka kasi di masearch account ko…hehe…tpos doon nlang tayo chat…wow, twice kna pla nkapunta doon, sana sis magtagal ako…3 months ako pwd magstay doon sis..wla nmang nkalagay na no further stay sa visa ko…hindi ko pa sure what plans after that…hehe. sana magkita tayo doon…tapos sabay tayo mamasyal sa city…hehe

      2. Just search Danica Rafa sis :)
        Taga dun din ba bf sis? Sana magrant na visa ko pra mkpag book na kme ticket soon :) , pa extend kna lng sis hehe, mdami pwdeng puntahan sa Melbourne at magaganda beaches dun, if mag stay ka abot ka ng summer season hehe

      1. Hi Sis Dan, naka private ako pero try to search sis. josie d. Sarona fb ko. Or viber mi +639189621884 . Thanks sis. If hindi mo ako ma add, pls viber nalang fb mo hehe.salamat

    2. Hello sis Dan. Taga Mindanao ako, sa Tagum City. Nabasa ko di pa kayo ng meet ng bf mo.. how true?? Tapos visa granted ka? Wow how nice naman.. may pag-asa pa ako kase di pa din kami ng meet ni bf ko.. sis anu mga pinasa mo? Pwede mo ba list down kng ok lng? May friend ako na npagtanungan sabi kase wag na daw ako mgpasa kase sure daw siya na denied dahil no meet ups pa kami ni bf.. Although tumutulong naman siya kaso in the end may discouragement kase nasa Australia na siya at nakapangasawa na dun.. naku di nlng tlga ako makikinig sa mga negative kase baka ma stress ako since feeling positive naman ako dahil same sayo nalaman ko di pa kayo ng meet ng bf mo. Thanks sis! Nabuhayan ako ng loob. :)

      1. Hello sis mikaela, yup, hindi pa kami nagmemeet ni bf…be positive ka lang and always pray…stressful talaga maghintay ng results kasi nga first time ko mag apply and yun nga, wala kaming pics together ni bf to prove na in a relationship kami. Unexpected nga eh..kung requirements, nkalist na naman dto sa blog, yung sa akin sis, nilagay ko lang yung mga chat and call histories namin…tpos, pupunta din kasi si bf dito sa pinas, so nagprint ako ng travel itinerary nya..gumawa ako ng sarili kong itinerary for Australia din. Tapos yung si bf, pinadalhan niya ako ng statutory declaration, copy ng passport niya, invitation letter, tpos yung financial docs.

      2. Hello Dan.. can I have a tip sa intent letter mo? Kase di pa kami ng meet.. busy siya sa work tapos yun sana ang main reason kng bakit no time to visit siya.. may npagtanungan ako na dapat daw di ko state na di pa ng meet eh yun naman talaga dahilan namin kaya di xa mkapunta at di pa kami ng meet kase busy sa work.. naguluhan tuloy ako.. Thanks

  7. Guysss… pwede hingi ng tip about sa intent letter ko.. di pa kami ng meet ni bf pero mag 1 year na kami.. sabi nung isang nakausap ko wag ko daw ilalagay na di pa kmi ng meet kase yun daw ang advice ng agent nya.. so panu ireason out eh yun naman ang main na dahilan kaya di siya makapunta due to his long hours of work everyday kaya no time at pagod siya mg travel that’s why invite nya ako.. tapos yung din ang reason nya na busy siya sa work.. wala naman akong ibang makitang reason tapos na gather ko na lahat ng documents needed namin both.. any suggestions guys? Thanks in advance.. :(

    1. Sis Mikaela, ask ko lang, may upcoming ba kayong event ni bf mo or any occasion na pwd nyo icelebrate pagdating mo doon? Kasi sa akin, itinerary lang ang binigay ko, wala akong intent letter. Pero nag state ako doon sa mga places na gusto ko din ivisit, like great ocean road and other tourist attractions na nasa Victoria. And birthday kasi ni bf sa Sept. So nilagay ko na gusto kong icelebrate birthday niya with him…yun lang.. :)

      1. On his holiday sis, Christmas and New Year tapos Birthday nya. From Sydney balak nya ako itour sa Brisbane and Melbourne sa mga kapatid nya.. so much better mglagay din ako ng tourist destination sa mga pupuntahan namin on the said cities? Di ka gumawa ng intent letter sis? buti naman at granted sayo.. how nice! Thank sis

  8. Sis mikaela, yes hindi na ako nag intent letter but I prepared an itinerary of travel with dates, events and locations. Yung sa application form dun sa may part what are your reasons for visiting Australia, maybe you can put there that you want to spend Christmas and New year with him and also his birthday. Tpos sight ka ng mga places na gusto mong puntahan doon. To prove your relationship with him, print ka ng mga chat and call histories nyo. And don’t forget too, to prove that you’re going back here sa pinas…like COE and leave form if you’re employed. Hope that helps. :)

  9. Pwede mgdala ng perfume?? I have two bottle of 100ml each. Sayang kase kakabili ko lng.. pwede ba guys? Pwede ba to sa hand carry or sa luggage?

  10. Good afternoon ladies… ask ko lng, ngcheck kase ako for Subclass 600 checklist, nabago na ba?? kase parang iba kesa dun sa last checklist meron ako last 3 months ago..yun ba ang bagong gagamitin para i submit? Thank you mga sis

  11. Hi mga sis,
    I just received email from the immigration na I need to get medical, sino na nka experience na need to undergo health examination? Pa help nman po kung pano or saan pwde mag take ng medical? I open the link pero wla nmn dun yung list ng panel of dr nila? Ndi ko po makita khit sa site nila. It says on my email I need to get chest X-ray (501) . Help po kung sino na nka experience . Thanks in advance

      1. Hi sis Bianca

        I think because I requested a multiple visa that’s why they asked me to undergo health examination. My first and second time nman they didn’t asked me kc 3 months lng. Now I’m confuse how to get a medical, alm mo ba sis? I’m searching na sa google, pero sna may mka help skin dito pra Mas madali sna :)

      2. Hi Danica if they requested a medical, surely they gave you an HAP ID, print it out and thats the doc u need to show when you go for appointment. Depende sa location mo, if your in Manila, St.lukes and accredited panel of physicians nila, if in Cebu nasa Cebu Doc, separate clinic yan cla. If in mindanao nsa Davao. Try to search lng ang address, at may instruction nmn pano ka mgregister sa emedical. I think kelangan mo tumawag for appointment. In my case kasi i called for an appointment in Davao.

      3. Hi sis Angie

        Thank you sa reply. St.lukes lang ang accredited hospital in Manila to get a medical examination? They says on email chest X-ray (502) ibig bang sbihin nun chest X-ray lng ang kylangan ko for the medical examination? Ano nga pla ung emedical? Do I need to get online for eMedical? Thank u again for the respond sis :)

      4. Hi sis Danica, yup kelangan mo mg online to be able to register to emedical. Then just print out lng after you hve registered, meron nmn ata instruction if how. Nationwide health systems yung mgfacilitate,dun ka sa knila mg appointment.yes x-ray lng ang kelangan sau. . Good luck

      5. Hi sis Angie,

        Sorry late reply. Anyway thanks a lot sis for the help :) I’ll try and get medical this week. Ask ko pa sis, after ng medical how long is the result? Ku kunin mo din b ang result ng medical sa knila or cla na mismo mag email sa embassy about the result of examination? Thank u sis

      6. sis Dan, pwede mg ask anu yung subclass 600 checklis na ginamit mo?? yun bang may name.. suffix, location, adress, details of the sponsor.. nalilito ako or yung dati na tick mo lng.. medyo naguguluhan ako.. :(

      7. manila

        Nationwide Health Systems AUX Inc
        Summary

        Medical and Radiology examinations
        Street address

        2nd Floor Annex, Zeta Building
        191 Salcedo Street, Legaspi Village
        Makati City 1299
        Metro Manila
        Telephone

        +63 2 759 5022
        +63 2 810 0785
        Fax

        +63 2 844 2467
        Additional information

        Doctor(s):
        Dr Glenn B Benitez
        Dr Aylin Gonzales
        Dr Irene Naig-Los Baños
        Dr Cheryl Mae Ramirez
        Dr Maria Loida Sibunga-Sotto
        Dr Frances Charlotte Velasco-Dasig

        Street address

        Room 1002 Medical Arts Building, St. Luke’s Medical Center – Global City Bonifacio Global City Taguig
        Counter hours

        Monday to Friday 7 am to 3.30 pm
        Telephone

        +63 2 789-7702 +63 2 789-7703 +63 2 789-7705
        Additional information

        Doctor(s):

        Dr Ma. Paz Encarnacion Banzon Dr Mary Arlene Bongosia Dr Ma. Luisa David Dr Lera Grace Del Castillo Dr Dennis Vicente Dellosa Dr Anne Estrella Dr Oscar Garabiles Dr Gracia Perpetua Lagarejos Dr Dawn Delisa Madrid Dr Joanna Teresa Margarita Manalo Dr Maria Dalisay Mendoza Dr Noel Victor Ramos Dr Ma. Flor Reburiano Dr Renato Recio Dr Paul Santos-Estrella Dr Ronald Allan Tediong Dr Dionisio Tiu Dr Ma. Erlie Villanueva Dr Maria Peachy Lara Villanueva Dr Maria Helen Yulde Dr Angelica Alonte Dr Benezet Estrella Dr Marino Dumia Dr Jania Palaganas Dr Mylene Cornel Dr Maria Alolod Dr Maria Santiago Dr Sharon Dizon? Dr Redentor Asis Dr Joan Tan

      8. manila

        Nationwide Health Systems AUX Inc
        Summary

        Medical and Radiology examinations
        Street address

        2nd Floor Annex, Zeta Building
        191 Salcedo Street, Legaspi Village
        Makati City 1299
        Metro Manila
        Telephone

        +63 2 759 5022
        +63 2 810 0785
        Fax

        +63 2 844 2467
        Additional information

        Doctor(s):
        Dr Glenn B Benitez
        Dr Aylin Gonzales
        Dr Irene Naig-Los Baños
        Dr Cheryl Mae Ramirez
        Dr Maria Loida Sibunga-Sotto
        Dr Frances Charlotte Velasco-Dasig

        Street address

        Room 1002 Medical Arts Building, St. Luke’s Medical Center – Global City Bonifacio Global City Taguig
        Counter hours

        Monday to Friday 7 am to 3.30 pm
        Telephone

        +63 2 789-7702 +63 2 789-7703 +63 2 789-7705
        Additional information

        Doctor(s):

        Dr Ma. Paz Encarnacion Banzon Dr Mary Arlene Bongosia Dr Ma. Luisa David Dr Lera Grace Del Castillo Dr Dennis Vicente Dellosa Dr Anne Estrella Dr Oscar Garabiles Dr Gracia Perpetua Lagarejos Dr Dawn Delisa Madrid Dr Joanna Teresa Margarita Manalo Dr Maria Dalisay Mendoza Dr Noel Victor Ramos Dr Ma. Flor Reburiano Dr Renato Recio Dr Paul Santos-Estrella Dr Ronald Allan Tediong Dr Dionisio Tiu Dr Ma. Erlie Villanueva Dr Maria Peachy Lara Villanueva Dr Maria Helen Yulde Dr Angelica Alonte Dr Benezet Estrella Dr Marino Dumia Dr Jania Palaganas Dr Mylene Cornel Dr Maria Alolod Dr Maria Santiago Dr Sharon Dizon? Dr Redentor Asis Dr Joan Tan

  12. Sis Bianca, I used the checklist yung itick mo lang yung mga documents mo na ipapasa mo…hindi ko sure if nagbago na ang checklist for subclass 600…

  13. Hi mga sis!

    I just lodged my application today. Did anyone of you received a text/sms same day you lodged your visa saying being processed already?

    Thanks!

  14. Hello, super worried na ko. Nakuha ko na Visitor Visa kanina, thank God. Mid August na flight ko to Perth for 3 months.

    Problem ko is unemployed ako tas kasama ko Australian BF papuntang Perth. Help guys :( totoo ba nabasa ko na hahanapan ako ng CFO sticker tas malaking chance na offload kasi unemployed pero Tourist? :(

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