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Old 06-28-2010, 09:59 AM
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I am currently living in US and want to migrate to Australia later(this is third time I am introducing myself, and last time so bear with it). With some serious drama with my H1B visa in US, I have learnt that professional help
makes things better and faster.
  • Anybody used a firm or agent with success? where are they located?
  • Can I contact and do the necessary actions with the agents from US?
  • Can they help(with additional payments) expedite any application processing?

I am not inviting advertisements but for newbies, hearing about experiences of forum members helps know and decide on a credible agency.

Another question, does a permanent residency ensure a citizenship in due time?


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Hi

I am currently living in US and want to migrate to Australia later(this is third time I am introducing myself, and last time so bear with it). With some serious drama with my H1B visa in US, I have learnt that professional help
makes things better and faster.
  • Anybody used a firm or agent with success? where are they located?
  • Can I contact and do the necessary actions with the agents from US?
  • Can they help(with additional payments) expedite any application processing?

I am not inviting advertisements but for newbies, hearing about experiences of forum members helps know and decide on a credible agency.

Another question, does a permanent residency ensure a citizenship in due time?
There has been the occasional thread started re use an agent or not and really it's a personal question as to how confident you are on working with the process.
Some comments on http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...ion-agent.html
What I'd at least suggest to you is that you explore the process somewhat so as to determine where you are with eligibility requirements.
You could start @ Professionals and other Skilled Migrants - Workers - Visas & Immigration
You can use an agent in the US but they'll not likely be governed by Australian government requirements unless they are actually registered in Australia.
Don't know that any agent will help with fees but they'll certainly charge you a bit.
Being a permanent residency does entitle citizenship, after four years for newbies.





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