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Old 05-11-2009, 02:55 PM
 
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New template (again)

The previous template I installed in a bit of a rush had some problems.

Anyway I am trying another new theme, while not perfect, at least everything is readable.

Let me know if anyone notices any problems.


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Old 09-15-2009, 04:35 AM
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Hi Mike,

My posts are not visible to me, which I have done under housing category.
The posts I did in Jobs and Work & introduction are visible to me.


A new Category called Cost Of Living can be started too.

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I couldn't find where to make my first post so please excuse me girdling it here: I am Australian and live with my wife and 2 kids in the USA for the past 30 years. Our kids are dual AUS/US citizens. Each year we visit Australia and my wife can stay for 90 days maximum on a visitor visa. Canmy wife apply for Migrant Visa so she can stay for extended stays without the whole family moving to Australia permanently. The purpose is too stay longer than a Visitor Visa would allow and live In the USA


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I couldn't find where to make my first post so please excuse me girdling it here: I am Australian and live with my wife and 2 kids in the USA for the past 30 years. Our kids are dual AUS/US citizens. Each year we visit Australia and my wife can stay for 90 days maximum on a visitor visa. Canmy wife apply for Migrant Visa so she can stay for extended stays without the whole family moving to Australia permanently. The purpose is too stay longer than a Visitor Visa would allow and live In the USA
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