Magac is a Somalian national who is living in Nairobi, Kenya. Magac fled to Kenya from Somalia in 2007 due to armed conflict, ongoing treat of terrorist attack and kidnapping.

The sponsor, Aaden who is an Australian citizen and is of Somalis descent. In 2014, Aaden travelled to Nairobi to visit his relatives and that was the first time Aaden met Magac. Aaden and Magac are both in their twenties and were at suitable marriage age.

Their relatives suggested them to get married and spent some time getting to
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know each other while  Aaden in Nairobi.

The two felt they got along and could communicate well and they continued to talk when Aaden returned to Australia. After a couple of months, Aaden travelled to Nairobi again to meet with Magac and arranged for both parents to meet so they could discuss about marriage.

The couple eventually married in Kenya under a traditional Islamic wedding ceremony. Due to work commitment and visa issues, the married couple could not live together. Aaden travelled to Kenya two to three times a year to visit Magac.

Due to the fact that Magac is a refugee in Kenya and there was a lot of restriction in getting official documents. Magac applied for a Kenyan police clearance with the help of a local resident and it turned out the police clearance she received was a bogus document.

The application was at the urged of getting refused, but our migration agent always advocate for the clients and wrote a detailed submission in respond to natural justice.

Our agent also made contact to local commissioner of Refugee Affairs to find out how the applicant could get the required documentation. It was a difficult process, but we did not give up on the client.

After a long 18 months, Magac’s visa was finally granted and the couple couldn’t be happier. At ACM we are proud to say we have always thrive to advocate for our clients in all circumstances.

Processing time: 18 months

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Circuit A

Do each exercise for 30 seconds with 15 seconds of rest. Finish the circuit with 2 minutes of cardio. Complete 3 rounds of this circuit with 2 minutes rest in between.

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Circuit B

Do each exercise for 30 seconds with 15 seconds of rest. Finish the circuit with 2 minutes of cardio. Complete 3 rounds of this circuit with 2 minutes rest in between.

Single Leg Step-Up (Left)
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Squat Thrusts
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