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pankaj joiahy dahkal
Thu, 22 Jan 2015 05:37 EST
dear sir
I am clear my 12 and me and my wife wants to go Australia in depended visa so how to I apply for this visa plz give me some suggested...
abhishek thakur
Mon, 19 Jan 2015 08:37 EST
how to get scholarship for study in australia
Dear sir/ma'am
i am studying bba in first year.And i want to study mba in scholarship in australia after 3years, so could you please tell me how to apply scholarship for mba for futhur study.or how to get scholarship for any university which i want study.
I hope you will reponse my letter positively.
and my Email ID :
Anish dhakal
Tue, 6 Jan 2015 09:29 EST
Dear sir/ madam,
i am about to complete my plus 2 in management ,and am planning to immediately continue my further studies there in australia. However,i am unknown to any ideas about the procedures for applying,and even about the universities in australia.i want to apply for scholarship in my,please,would you inform me about the ways of applying and chances for scholarships? My email id is
Diwakar Thapa Magar
Sat, 27 Dec 2014 04:44 EST
Regarding bank balance and loan balance
Respected sir/s,

I would like to know how much bank balance would be needed to study in Australia or how much loan amount should be shown to study masters in Australia if me and my wife will want to go Australia? please send this reply in my email address.

Thanking you
Diwakar Thapa Magar
Prabin dangi
Fri, 26 Dec 2014 04:39 EST
Dependent visa
Dear sir,
I have completed my +2 also scored 6.5 in ielts and now I want to go australia with my wife we are both age of 19 what are the possibilities of getting dependent visa...please give some email address is
anisha nepal
Sat, 20 Dec 2014 18:34 EST
dependent visa
Dear sir/madam
I have finish my +2 study & I was married love marriage .my age is 19 and we both want to go Australia in dependent visa.. ls their is chances of getting visa .Can I apply for it? my email anepal09@ Thankyou
Sun, 7 Dec 2014 02:26 EST
Dear Sir / Ma'am,

i finished my Bachelor by Humanities(Mjr. English), i left study n started working now. i want to apply for dependant visa with my husband and continue my study there. what are the chances of getting visa? my email is or my cell no.9812431863 please do inform.. thank you
bimal karki
Sun, 7 Dec 2014 01:23 EST
want to know something
i completed my +2 last year. after +2 i was married it was love marrige. my age is 20 but in citizenship its 18. now we both want to go australia.i have passed ielts already so can i apply for dependnt visa??
how much is it possible for me to get visa?
my email
Prakash Magar
Wed, 3 Dec 2014 20:27 EST
Visit visa process
Dear sir/madam,
I am a citizenship of Nepal, Now Im working in Malaysia before 3 years, Next year Im coming Nepal for 2 months in my leave vacancy, that's time I want to go to Australia for visit, for only 1month. So its possible or not? Please kindly reply my email, thank you.
Hometown- Bharatpur, Chitawan, Nepal.
Now, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Roshani shrestha
Tue, 2 Dec 2014 00:06 EST
student visa for australia
Dear sir/ Madam
I have complete diploma pharmacy . And iam working Hospital pharmacy.i want to go australia with hasband.he also complete bachlor in civil engineer .How can we go easily to aus with easy method? Please advice

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