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Thread: What About *** Partners?

  1. #1
    Guest
    I am a 23yo Australian male, whom, on travels
    throughout the US (Seattle) has met a US resident (male) and we are now in a relationship. I am still on my holiday visa, however we look like being long term
    and I need to know what my options are in regards to the matter.

    Does anyone know any more info on *** Partnersip laws? Ive found that the US is nowhere near as liberal as Australia, UK, Canada etc.

    I have looked into other visas but i cant see any that apply to me. Anyone know of anything (besides the visa lottery.)?

    I have a bachelor of Commerce from the
    university of Sydney, and have been living in London for the past 2 years, specialising in
    videoconferencing.

    Also anyone know the procedure for applying for a student visa (because if worse comes to worse, thats what i might do.)

    Thanks!

  2. #2
    Guest
    I am a 23yo Australian male, whom, on travels
    throughout the US (Seattle) has met a US resident (male) and we are now in a relationship. I am still on my holiday visa, however we look like being long term
    and I need to know what my options are in regards to the matter.

    Does anyone know any more info on *** Partnersip laws? Ive found that the US is nowhere near as liberal as Australia, UK, Canada etc.

    I have looked into other visas but i cant see any that apply to me. Anyone know of anything (besides the visa lottery.)?

    I have a bachelor of Commerce from the
    university of Sydney, and have been living in London for the past 2 years, specialising in
    videoconferencing.

    Also anyone know the procedure for applying for a student visa (because if worse comes to worse, thats what i might do.)

    Thanks!

  3. #3
    Guest
    Why is the word G.A.Y blocked out? hmph, so much for freedom of speach.

  4. #4
    Guest
    Find a company that willing to sponsor you to work with them (its another option).

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