Cross your fingers…

Cross your fingers!
I just sent off the final bits of my application for Permanent Residency. I managed to work in the photo of us as Buffy and Spike (to show that we attend parties and events together) but Snookums nixed my idea to use this one from the Sydney Peace Rally. Maybe after a change of government…

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  1. if i worked in the immigration dept i think the party photo would make my day!

  2. Haha! I’m hoping they get the “fun, cool girl we’d like to have in Australia” vibe from it as opposed to the “television obsessed wannabe goth we must deport” one.

  3. Good Luck 😀 Regan and I just sent off the second part for his visa, so we’re two years behind you guys. Our agent was impressed with the gazillion journal entries we included! The Buffy and Spike photograph is awesome to include 🙂

  4. Good luck to you too! I considered including some weblog posts but I wasn’t sure if they’d even know what the heck I was on about. The good thing about this second part is that you don’t have to pay anything more. (They even included a reply-paid envelope to send it back in, bless our agent’s heart.) And no more medical tests. It’s really just lots more paperwork, stat decs, and evidence all over again. Oh, and you’ve got to get a letter from the Federal Police saying that you haven’t committed any crimes, so tell Regan to stay on the straight and narrow…

    And hey, you guys made an appearance in our application! I included a photocopy of the Christmas card you sent. Rodd was like, “Who the hell are these people?” 🙂

  5. Ooooh! Good luck! If you need help, you can study under the Helen and Clinton school for BBQing. We are very good.

  6. HA! There was a question asking if you intended to pursue any course of study. I should’ve put that!

  7. Who the hell indeed 😛 We had to get the Police check for Regan this time around, it took ages to get which is kinda silly – he’s only been in Sydney for 7 months! Surely that’s not enough time to start a drug racket or become a high class pimp… or is it?

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