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Old 08-13-2012, 04:21 AM
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Hello Everyone,

I am new here in the forum but I already 2 yrs and 2 months here in Australia. I am browsing the internet about some visas when I saw this forum and I think it is good to be registered here and see how people are communicating about some problems on their visas, the answers and advises.

I love being here and I just starting to learn how to drive ( still L plate). I am Filipina and my better half is Australian. We have a baby already and I am expecting new one (boy again!) this coming boxing day (Dec. 26).

Hope to meet good people and advisors here. Looking forward to see the answers I badly needed for my next post... Regards to all and
may God be with us all.


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Old 08-13-2012, 11:34 AM
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I m new to this site having to find it while searching for australian pr extension suggestions. my wife and I were granted pr visas over four years ago and this visa expires in march next yr. we have spend just over two months of the five years in australia and are now looking to apply for extension on our visa but not sure how to go bat doing this. we have a australian postal address, investments on the stock market, bank accounts for my wife and I and have business relationships in austrlia as well. do I apply for extension or do I apply for return resident visa but entering austrlia first.

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