Valuable suggestions and advice on Fiancée and Sponsor visas

Advice on applying for and obtaining a fiancee visa. Costs, how to fill out the forms etc.

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Post by zinaida » Sun Jun 04, 2006 7:09 pm

No, I am neither interested in anyone to move to Australia nor to mislead anyone from applying for this process and wrote this article as a useful extract from my 8 years of experience. I am a private lawyer with quite a few clients who successfully moved to Australia (including other countries of course).

To be working in Kiev I do not need any registration number or certificate as long as I have my University certificate and attend trainings and special courses in both Russia and Ukraine corresponding to my qualification.
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Post by marriedman » Sun Jun 04, 2006 10:54 pm

I don't care about Russian/Ukrainian qualifications. Let's face it in the FSU you can bribe anyone to get almost anything.

If you are giving paid immigration advice regarding migration to Australia then you MUST be a registered agent and meet strict guidelines as set by the MARA. Under Australian law you are liable to prosecution if you are not a registered agent.

This applies to any country, anywhere that offers paid services in order to migrate to Australia.

It should be obvious that Australian migration law is what clearly matters here. Russian/Ukrainian laws are of secondary importance.

So tell me, if one of your clients is refused a visa, what is your recourse?.
What review body in Australia will you need to lodge an appeal with??.

I MUST STRONGLY warn readers that ANYONE ANYWHERE pertaining to provide paid proffessional immigration services to Australia from any country MUST be a fully accredited migration agent that is recognised by Australian Migration Agents Registration Authoerity.

Insist on asking ANY foreign based immigration specialist this : if they reply negatively or do not understand the question then it is in your interest to refuse them your business.
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Post by zinaida » Mon Jun 05, 2006 10:03 am

So far I have been giving successful consultations well enough to render this service for years. I AM a registered qualified lawyer and do not need anyone’s disregards of my profession on here. This is just a subjective point of view and makes no sense for me as long as you haven’t provided any proof.

In concerns of what applies to other countries where paid services of migration are rendered, I have already given you my answer above.

Russian/Ukrainian laws DO only matter to me as person working for government.

If there is a possibility that my clients can be refused a visa due to the lack of documents, I provide people with a free consultation giving them possible reasons of possible rejection and invite them to come back when they have all needed papers so that I can start the process. If everything required from the embassy is not accurate, I do not take part in applying for a visa in this case then.

I suppose that the reason of your discredit of my services is that you are a lawyer. Do not try to discredit my knowledge as long as I dispose a more quality information than you do.
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Post by HH » Mon Jun 05, 2006 3:03 pm

As far as this thread os concerned, Zinaida has only offered FREE advice and I do not see any reason to disregard his/her intentions.

As to breaking Australian law whilst in another country.... surely to be prosecuted, the individual would need to set foot upon Australian soil.

Regardless, please either be nice or keep your argument to private messages. Thankyou.
This is my final time of asking. Statements like this following quote will not be tolerated.
I don't care about Russian/Ukrainian qualifications. Let's face it in the FSU you can bribe anyone to get almost anything.
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Post by marriedman » Mon Jun 05, 2006 11:03 pm

He has offered FREE advice. Incorrect and misleading thougfh it may be it's free and obviously acceptable here at antiscam.net.

As I have been through the immigration procedure (most here never got beyond first base so to speak) I'd think I might perhaps have created some interest to a rather dull and wind swept forum such as this one.

Obviously this is a 'happy' forum where debate and discussion are at best kept at bay, allowing staid and routine conversation only. The lack of postings seems evidence enough to the casual observer.
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Post by HH » Tue Jun 06, 2006 3:02 am

Mariedman....Once more, you resort to insults and disrespect. If you had merely been debating the issue, there would have been no problem. Unfortunately, you seem insistent upon belittling, insulting and degrading anybody who does not share your opinion and/or your history.

You have been through the immigration procedure.... yes, you have said on numerous occasions. I take that claim at face value, just as i take the claim that zinaida has aided others to obtain visas in a legal capacity.

This is not a 'happy' forum, as it is frequented by people who have been or are in the process of being scammed. It does not need people coming here just to be, what i can only see as, a troll.

It has been said many times before, and I will not say it again. If you do not know what I mean by this, then i suggest you read the last few posts in which I have addressed you and seek out the common factor among them.
As to being a casual observer, I see nothing casual about your observations. If you had said malicious antagoniser, then I might be forced to agree with you.
I repeat, there is nothing wrong with debate and discussion. If only your posts had been limited to debate and discussion, then my request for an immediate ban would not be necessary.
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Re: Valuable suggestions and advice on Fiancée and Sponsor visas

Post by martinadams » Fri Apr 08, 2011 1:55 am

Hi!

My wife is one of the Philippine brides and I am at a lost on how to help her migrate. I had visited may websites including consular offices but, none of them had detailed the process as I've seen here. Thank you your tips are such a big help. :)
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Re: Valuable suggestions and advice on Fiancée and Sponsor v

Post by TheTruthTeller » Wed May 30, 2012 5:41 pm

My Three Cents: :-? :-B
zinaida wrote:Increasingly more Australian men find their soulmates on the other side of the globe proving that no geographical limits can stand in their way to find true love.
:-o 8-}

1. You just showed me why there are complaints about a man shortage in Australia. These agencies are not helping are they. By the way, it looks likes you may "probably" be a supporter of such foolish nonsense that I have heard Australian men say about Australian women that they are selfish. :-o X( I think Australian men who speak this way about Australian women are in fact the ones who are selfish in that they are operating with a self-centered and selfish opinion concerning the negative way that they are speaking about Australian women.

If any Australian man reading this does not want anything to do with Australian women please feel free to send them down to the Caribbean where the men of the Caribbean will receive them with open arms. :ymhug: Caribbean men will be more than happy to be with Australian women I guarantee. Carl Hooper who is a former West Indian cricket captain and cricketer from Guyana did just that when he married his wife Connie from Australia. The site kaieteurnewsonline.com says this about him:



"Hooper wants to make a difference
December 9, 2009 | By knews

Hooper has been living in Australia with his ‘Aussie’ wife Connie for the past 10 years and his 10-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter are both born Australians."


2. To marriedman if this is the way you conduct yourself on a forum that I call "The Forum of Peace" which is Antiscam.net then I can imagine how you conduct yourself at home. You probably will have to change your name to unmarried man or divorced man in time to come it seems if such has not already happened by now course. :-? :-B B-)

3. Saul is right. This is the most peaceful, civil, and intelligent forum out there on the internet. That's a Fact. Trust me, I have been on several other forums and have read other forums and there is absolutely nothing out there like Antiscam.net in terms of the peace and rest that you find here on this forum. For example, if you were on the forum known as romancescam.com you would get banned immediately for statements that you have made here by Wayne the moderator over there. They ban almost everybody who disagrees with them. They are full of pride and always feel they are right and know more than you. I have never been banned there by the way but I have seen many who have. It always happens when Power becomes Perversion instead of being Properly used for the Protection of others.
:-? :-B :ymsmug:
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