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  1. AngeEK
    02-21-2012 04:58 AM - permalink
    AngeEK
    Hi there!

    I'm not shipping any goods on this trip, just clothes! Sorry about that...My official home is with my fiance now so if we ever decide to come to Canada to live, I'll be going through the same ordeal :S Not fun! See if maybe one of the other members who have applied for partner visas have any luck
  2. prairiegirl
    02-20-2012 09:18 PM - permalink
    prairiegirl
    hey there,

    I was wondering if you are planning on shipping any goods from Canada, and if so, which company you will be using? I'm having a hard time with this! At this point, the company we'll be using is Brytor...its just hard to know if they are priced fairly and reputable. Any thoughts are appreciated!

    Lisa

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