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Moving countries after application


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Old 03-21-2014, 05:47 PM
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Moving countries after application

Hi Everyone,
Does anyone know what happens if you move countries after applying for an off shore partner visa? My partner and I are planning to apply via Chile in October. We are thinking about going to the Middle East or Asia in January to make some cash while waiting for the visa to be granted. I am an ESL teacher and the pay is much better there than in Sth America. Does this cause issues with the application? We will be moving together.
Thanks so much.


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