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Visa Bureau Reviews - the Saunders family praise our casework department!

by Tom 01/04/2011 13:25:00

The Saunders family are set to
make Adelaide their new home.

We always love hearing from clients we've had the privilege of helping through the skilled Australia visa process, with Clare and Tim Saunders being the latest people to let us know how they found applying for skilled migration with the help of the Visa Bureau Casework Department.

Tim works as an electrician, and his application for a skilled Australian Visa was granted just a couple of weeks ago, and he and his wife Clare are now planning to move to Adelaide with their three children.

They had Joseph Tindle as their caseworker, and they passed on the following message to tell us how they felt about their experiences working with him to get through the visa application process: 

"Hi, 

I would just like to say a massive, massive thank you to Visa Bureau for getting us through this long and tiring process. We feel that we wouldn't have got through it without all your help.

Joseph Tindle was on speed dial on our phone and helped us with all our questions and problems - he has been our rock through it all.

Anyone reading this who is thinking of using this company, I would say a huge yes and would recommend them all the way.

 Thank you so, so much - we are just sending our passports off today to have our visas added at last so g'day to you all!

Love,

Clare, Tim, Katie, Harvey and Joshua Saunders"

We'd like to thank Clare and Tim for their kind comments and wish them all the best in their new life Down Under!

Additionally, if you've recently used the Australian Visa Bureau to emigrate to Australia and would like to get in touch, we'd love to hear from you! Just send an email through to us using the contact form and we'll be in touch shortly to gather more information from you.

- Tom Blackett is Marketing Manager for the Australian Visa Bureau.

Visa Bureau takes no responsibility and cannot be held accountable for action taken as a result of any information or comment provided on this blog, and we recommend that you always seek a number of opinions before making a decision regarding your migration or visa application. Please refer to the Visa Bureau terms of use for more information.

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