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Phonelocal: (01) 538.2100
international: +964.1.538.2100
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ali salah nasser
Wed, 30 Jul 2014 20:03 EDT
بغداد_الكرادة الشرقية
Hello I hope to accept the request for Joi I am because of my family and humanity circumstance that I live where I want to live in peace, where I have a house and do not pay enough for me and my family and I am the second reason the security situation, where violations of human right
ali salah nasser my phone number is 00964_7704539770 and email
Fri, 4 Jul 2014 09:55 EDT
Save me and my wife from a danger and death
I am Ahmed from Iraq . I have a Bachelor degree in English language . I can speak four languages . But I live in very dangerous and sad life . My wife is not Iraqi and she refused to live in Iraq when she saw explosions and killing in Iraq and she lives in her country now and her government does not give a residence and stay for Iraqi people and Twenty days each year I travel to see my wife there . I need a help to live in safe country with my wife . Reply me
Thu, 3 Jul 2014 07:14 EDT
working with austeralian forces
hellow.Iam haider from iraq -babylon iwould like to work with austeralian forces. Ihave abchelor degree in english language. thanks alot for your helping
Mon, 23 Jun 2014 10:22 EDT
My passport it expired and it war now in Iraq - HELP
Hello am in Iraq now am so scared coz of the war and I was doing my passport and my child passport and I didn't have all my doc here like 100 point proof and I told my family to send it and am to scared now to go to Baghdad and I really want to go out from Iraq coz am scared and am Australian citizen and I really need help to go out from Iraq me and my kids thank you
Aseel Hussian Talib
Sun, 22 Jun 2014 16:42 EDT
i would like to immigrate
Hello for all

im married man have 2 kids i like to have visa or how can i immigrate to Australia really i this that country and i want safe my kids from unknow future in Iraq,my yahoo is
Sun, 20 Apr 2014 11:42 EDT
Can any one tell me where I can take money out of my visa I'm in Iraq basra and I need to cash out but don't know where to go my bank is westpac an Australia branch . Please let me know my email is
Wed, 9 Apr 2014 06:22 EDT
I am a student victor Hamza of Iraq holds a bachelor's degree in computer science and I want to complete my graduate studies master's degree in the field of information technology note I am an employee of the Iraqi Ministry of Education holds a study leave this year ... I hope to get accepted into a university discreet approved by the The Iraqi Ministry of Higher Education so that I can complete my studies and I hope to complete a doctorate also because aAustralia is a distinctive and high-end ..
With my sincere thanks and appreciation to you
Tue, 1 Apr 2014 11:19 EDT
i am married and i have 2 kids and i live in iraq but i want to get them an Aussie citizenship,since i have one so how can i apply for it
faris ahmed
Sat, 29 Mar 2014 05:20 EDT
immigration to australia
dear ...i m an iragi citizen ..please i would like to immigrate to Australia asking for human refuge ...please what to do?
Tue, 18 Mar 2014 11:30 EDT
مرحبا انا شاب ساكن في العراق في مدينه كـــــربــلاء واتمنا ان احصل على فيزه او الجوء الى استراليا ولكم جزيل الشكر

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