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Topic # 7108 20-Mar-2006 13:46
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I'm so happy I can't keep it in.

I have go NZ Citizenship last week, and waiting for an afirmation ceremony.

But then again I can't be so happy.. the company I work with just went belly up :(

Now, I have find other source of income quick.. CISCO CTC is still going on strong, I'm getting hang of it now. Test score doesn't come out as bad. But stress financially is driving me into a depression. Already have credit card debt, I don't think I should go into getting a loan from the bank as well.

But somehow I have to manage. Good and bad news really.




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Reply # 31114 20-Mar-2006 16:19
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mmmmm i will be applying for my citizenship soon as well, however at the moment i can get by with being NZPR.

on off topic, does anyone know anyone in chch that could help with applying for a PR for a family member based on family reunion? I would like to apply for a PR status for my grandmother of 83, to reunite with us and closer to my mother.




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Reply # 31126 20-Mar-2006 18:12
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chiefie: ...
on off topic, does anyone know anyone in chch that could help with applying for a PR for a family member based on family reunion? I would like to apply for a PR status for my grandmother of 83, to reunite with us and closer to my mother.


Depend on if you want an agent to help or just normal advicing from someone that did it before.




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