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Old 05-10-2012, 02:40 PM
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Hi from Japan .

Hi everyone ,
My name is Bob , an Australian , and I am currently living in Japan . My wife and I want to move to Australia and are currently trying to work our way through the paper work .
I have to admit that I get a foggy brain just trying to take it all in and I am hoping that some of you kind folk will be able to guide us through this long proccess . I have already posted a question and although i have no experience to add to the forum I will add any information that i collect along the way .
thanks for reading .


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Old 05-11-2012, 03:45 AM
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If you are an Australian citizen might be a good idea to book an appointment in the embassy. Most embassies provide free service and guidance for citizens. They will be able to answer your questions, just make sure you have a list of questions pointing to WHERE in the application you are experiencing a difficulty.
If you are unorganized and expect an officer to fill the application for you, you'll be dearly disappointed. But if you are genuinely confused about several points they will be happy to assist.

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