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Postby Mr He » 18 Aug 2003, 19:17

What Hartzell means is that you'll be able to work as a foreign binlang di - legally.
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Postby miso » 18 Aug 2003, 23:09

is that free of charge? cause after i got it I'll have time to search the archives myself....=)
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Postby Hartzell » 19 Aug 2003, 07:51

After you get the Joining Family Resident Visa, I can give you full information on your work rights. I have most of that information posted online . . . . . at another URL.

My experience has been that if I EXPLAIN TOO MUCH AT ONE TIME, the other party gets confused.

Hence, I suggest that the first step is to obtain the JFRV, and then I will give you directions from there.
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Postby miso » 19 Aug 2003, 18:51

sounds reasonable...yeah, probably wouldn't be able to remember everything anyways...so, hopefully someday, I'll get back to u....
thanks in advance
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