retirement visa

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Pizzalover
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Re: retirement visa

Post by Pizzalover » Wed Nov 27, 2019 1:44 pm

ER express fees, once again. I think I will need to get it done within 2-3 work days as a weekend might interfere with my stay. What are the current extra fees on top of the 290-295? Some of the members have had recent experiences and I am eager to get a grasp on what to expect.

THANKS!
JJ62
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Re: retirement visa

Post by JJ62 » Wed Nov 27, 2019 7:50 pm

Well I went with PSD Kiwi's recommendation, Call Kim. Organised & a minimum of fuss.
All I needed was my passort with Ordinary E visa, a local address & cash & I got my passport back with ER visa <24hrs (extra $90).
All this just a day after arriving in PP...spot on!
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