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  1. I've found this calculator, but I haven't tried this myself: https://www.centrelink.gov.au/custsite_aoscalc/aoscalc/financialCalPage.jsf?prg_id=0a22b56c839d45ff88336c2727da64b8&wec-appid=aoscalc&page=1C0EADC1A5804952B374580CFFB9BDFD&wec-locale=en_US#stay
  2. Hi @Alan Collett, can you confirm if the client's file number prefix is BCC? According to the letter I received: I think the tax invoice has more payment options.
  3. We also had to submit some documents a few times. They claimed they didn't receive our previous emails.
  4. This link has some examples: https://www.australiavisa.com/immigration-news/condition-8558-visitor-visas/ Looks like it's based on calendar month.
  5. Honestly it's really hard to tell how long between 2nd vac and visa being granted. Based on the visa tracker sheet, it could be between 3 days to nearly a month. Anyway, I believe that all applicants have to be out of AU before this visa can be granted because they have to go through custom (or whatever) to activate their visas. Please don't quote me on this, but apparently the main visa applicant has to activate their visa first. I can't remember where I learned about this though.
  6. Hi all, we are very happy that we just got the visas granted yesterday evening. Thank you all very much for your help, especially @Alan Collett and @Catlady2014!!! They have extended the entry date till Feb 2019. Thanks!!!
  7. It's under every of my post. I think it only works on a computer.
  8. Yes, mainly because AoS took 7-8 months and we had to resend all documents because PVC team said they didn't receive them 2 months later.
  9. Correct, but there is a high fee for credit card payment. https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/Trav/Visa/Fees
  10. I'm not sure. They only mention either credit card or bank cheque.
  11. Thanks very much @Catlady2014. I just came back from the bank and they said the same thing.