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Old 10-25-2013, 03:59 AM
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Thanks again!

Thanks CollegeGirl! I will try to keep you all posted of my progress. Thanks again to everyone who responded!

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Yes, Jerry's suggestion was a great one and a good middle ground. You get the security of an agent having looked at it but not all the expense of them doing it themselves. Win-win. Good luck, Sri, and just let us know if you have questions.

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Thanks everyone :)

Everyone has been very helpful! Thank you

I am in the process of getting my Indian passport renewed, which has been a rather traumatic experience thus far and it's not over yet!

I do have a question regarding my 457 and my plans to get a partner visa. Should I open a new thread for that?

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Yes, Jerry's suggestion was a great one and a good middle ground. You get the security of an agent having looked at it but not all the expense of them doing it themselves. Win-win. Good luck, Sri, and just let us know if you have questions.


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Thank you for asking! It's really up to you. You might get more responses if you do as anyone not interested in reading about agents might not read this one.

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