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    New Australian Visa Charges Sept 2013

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    wow, didn't realise marriage / partner visa's cost so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josho View Post
    wow, didn't realise marriage / partner visa's cost so much.
    Still cheaper than Indo-water-taxi
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    Wouldn't this apply to most cases ?

    Applicant outside Australia

    All charges shown below are in Australian Dollars (AUD).
    Partner (Subclass 309/100) 17a $2680 N/A $1340 $670
    Prospective Marriage (Subclass 300) - $2680 N/A $1340 $670

    17a People who apply for a Partner visa and who hold a Dependent Child visa (Subclass 445) are eligible for a nil Visa Application Charge.


    Applicant in Australia

    All charges shown below are in Australian Dollars (AUD).


    Partner (Subclass 820/801) 17b $3975 N/A $1990 $995
    Partner (Subclass 820/801) visa application by Prospective Marriage (Subclass 300) visa holder - $995 N/A $500 $250


    from: Visa Pricing Table

    None the less, certainly a rise.

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    My heads spinning at those prices, trying to remember what we just payed....as in a year or 2 ago...

    There is no way it could of gone up that much... 300 and 820/801 now $7660.00 ????

    The 300 we paid and lodged in Thailand..... 50,000 baht roughly or $1600

    The 820/8010 lodged and paid for in Aus....$ 1000.00

    Whats going on
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    Yeah what a jump ! When i applied for Tane's Partner Visa in August 2012 it was $3060.00. That's one hell of a jump in cost's in 12 months !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazmac View Post
    Yeah what a jump ! When i applied for Tane's Partner Visa in August 2012 it was $3060.00. That's one hell of a jump in cost's in 12 months !
    Did you apply from Australia?

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    Paperwork was lodged in Thailand , Money paid in Australia as per PBB's recommendation .
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    Foundation Member Uber Star quiksilva's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazmac View Post
    Paperwork was lodged in Thailand , Money paid in Australia as per PBB's recommendation .
    Wouldn't you then pay; Partner (Subclass 309/100) 17a $2680 ?

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    Yeah thats the one i paid for ! Was just going from memory ! Thought it sounded a touch high. 555
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    Import duties keep increasing, but the alternative is unthinkable.....


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    ^The alternative is one of these?

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    ^^^^^^. Nice vacumn cleaner, looks low maintence
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