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Old 06-09-2011, 12:38 PM
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whats the best route

Hi all we are a young couple of 26 and 25 with a new baby We are looking to move to oz in the next couple of years as we want to come over before the litte one starts school. Any advise on whats the best route to take best visa's and companys to use?
I myself am a telecommunications engineer for british telecom and my partner is working for a mobile phone company as a trainer on customer service.
Any ideas of work companys ect.. will be very helpful.
sorry for all the questions I just want to make sure everything goes as smoothly as possible and I want to do things right first time and I thought you guys will be best to advise us.
Thanks michael and victoria


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