Migration Regulations 1994 - Specification of Places and Currencies for Paying of Fees - IMMI 12/122

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Commonwealth of Australia
 
Migration Regulations 1994
 
PLACES AND CURRENCIES FOR PAYING OF FEES
 
(Paragraphs 5.36(1)(a) and 5.36(1)(b))
 
I, STEPHEN SHEEHAN, Delegate of the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, acting under paragraphs 5.36(1)(a) and 5.36(1)(b) of the Migration Regulations 1994 (‘the Regulations’):
 
1.         SPECIFY for the purposes of paragraphs 5.36(1)(a) and 5.36(1)(b) of the Regulations that the country listed in the schedule to this instrument is a place in which the payment of a fee may be made in either Australian Dollars or in the relevant currency specified in this instrument; AND/OR
 
2.         SPECIFY for the purposes of paragraph 5.36(1)(a) of the Regulations that the place set out in column A of the Schedule to this Instrument is a place at which the payment of a fee must be made; AND
 
3.         SPECIFY for the purposes of paragraph 5.36(1)(b) of the Regulations that the currency set out in column B of the Schedule to this Instrument is the currency in which a fee may be paid at that place.
 
This Instrument, IMMI 12/122, commences on 1 December 2012.
 
Dated 12 November  2012
 
                                    S Sheehan
 
STEPHEN SHEEHAN
Delegate of the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship
 
 
[NOTE 1:     Regulation 5.36 of the Regulations deals with the payment of visa application charges and fees in foreign currencies.
NOTE 2:      Subregulation 5.36(1) of the Regulations provides that payment of a fee, other than a visa application charge mentioned in subregulation 5.36(3A), must be made in a place, being Australia or a foreign country, that is specified for the purposes of paragraph 5.36(1)(a) by Gazette Notice and in a currency that is specified for the purposes of paragraph 5.36(1)(b) by Gazette Notice as a currency in which a fee may be paid in that place.
NOTE 3:      Subsection 56(1) of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003 provides that if the enabling legislation in relation to a legislative instrument as in force at any time before the commencing day required the text of the instrument, or particulars of its making, to be published in the Gazette, the requirement for publication in the Gazette is taken, in relation to any such instrument made on or after that day, to be satisfied if the instrument is registered.]
Schedule
Places and Currencies for Paying of Fees
 

Column A (place)
Column B (currency)

Mongolia
Mongolian Tugrik

 
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