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Australian flag Consulate-General of Australia in Ho Chi Minh City

AddressVincom Centre, 20/F
47 Ly Tu Trong Street
Ben Nghe Ward, District 1
Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh (Ho Chi Minh City)
Vietnam
Phonelocal: (08) 3521.8100
international: +84.8.3521.8100
Faxlocal: (08) 3521.8101
international: +84.8.3521.8101
Web sitehttp://www.hcmc.vietnam.embassy.gov.au

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Laid Tran
Fri, 3 Oct 2014 02:14 EDT
My baby born in VietNam
Date: 3/10/2014
Dear Sir Madam,

I have a partner in Viet Nam over 3 year,we have a welding on1/11/2012,but I did not have a Marriaged Certificate, each year I back to Viet Nam from 3-6 months, last year my partner have a baby born on 17/01/2013, so that could my baby can migrate to Australia on future for resetle herself wor with her Mum?
Jennifer lockley
Sun, 3 Nov 2013 06:55 EST
Typhoon Krosa
Hello
My mother and I have just checked in to sunrise hoi an resort on the beach at cua dua and have been advised there is a typhoon due to cross the coast tomorrow near here..they hAve advised not to worry as is more a tropical depression but they have workmen around the complex taping up windows and have closed the lap pool and beach And taking furniture inside..we have been told by a lady staying here they have been preparing for a few days now..
Have you issued any travel warnings or advice as not too confident that it will all be 'okay'
We had no knowledge of this and would have stayed in the old town where we have been for a few days..
Can u advise any information re this situation..
Kind regards jennifer lockley,Brisbane Australia

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