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New Zealand Visa For Thai Person


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#1 My Penis is hungry

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Posted 30 June 2016 - 21:38

Decided to take the family to the South Island to see that mythical white stuff called snow.

The visa for the wife was pretty easy.

I did it online, which seems to be a new option

Thai's still need to send their passport to be "sighted" at the visa processing place, but it's returned to you instantly, regardless of visa outcome it's not kept for days.

I opted to put in a stamped return envelope.

Once I completed the form, added in some things for proof of relationship, took about 30 minutes on line.

Cost was about $180Aus, no idea what in other currencies.

Passport returned within 5 days as I said,

Then I waited THREE FARKIN WEEKS before almost having a heart attack, so I called, told them we leave in a week, answer was just WAIT.

You can check on line but it's all in Kiwi English so hard to follow

Then I had a thought, I'll check my wifes trash bin in gmail.

YEPO

There was the visa, it had been approved in 3 working days! THREE DAYS

AMAZING SERVICE

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#2 Coss

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Posted 30 June 2016 - 22:03

Not a lot of snow at the moment, ski season is a delayed start, but it just got cold today, so there should be enough for a frolic.

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#3 bust

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Posted 30 June 2016 - 22:32

Good to know. I have plans to take the bed warmer there over xmas
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