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AV nor any of its members or office bearers guarantees the accuracy of any material contained on this website and cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage occasioned by anyone acting on the basis of such material. We will discuss local coalition building to achieve reform nationally and to fight discriminatory immigration enforcement. Although the Immigration debate largely happens at a national level, the fight for reform begins locally … and through coalitions. In July , President George Bush signed legislation to permit the lifting of the ban.
This process is significantly different from you paying a migration adviser to prepare your application. At the end of the 12 months the normal 2 stage process for a partner visas could start. Your email will be forwarded to one of our Migration Advisers for consideration and reply. Our Migration Advisers give their services to members absolutely free. We cannot, therefore, offer an around-the-clock service such as you might obtain from a lawyer or Migration Agent acting for a fee.
Welcome The Gay and Lesbian Immigration Task Force SA , or GLITF SA is a voluntary community non-profit organisation based in South Australia with the prime objective to offer support, assistance to couples applying for a Partner Migration Visa. Which meeting should I attend? There are similar organisations in other Australian states. Check Out which meeting is the right one for you? We hope this site will provide helpful information on immigrating to Canada for same-sex couples. Obligations of the seller and purchaser Is there a warranty? We have a team of volunteer members who along with registered migration agents assist members though the process of the Partner Migration Visa.