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Own House by Astrology

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Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2021

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Most of the youth have a desire to buy their own house. Even some people start to save a penny to buy their own house. But they don’t know that their wish can be fulfilled with the help of Astrology. Prediction for your own house by astrology provided by Dr. Vinay Bajrangi can help you to buy your dream house. Some houses and planets show the presence of Own house yoga in your birth chart. At this point, Dr. Vinay Bajrangi can help you to get your own house by analyzing your birth chart. You can book your appointment with this maven astrologer.


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Initial Application Profile
Age: 27
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Salary: $49k pa (w/o bonus)
pass: EP
Siblings: Sister (PR in SG)
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Salary: 56k pa (w/o bonus)

I plan to highlight the career achievements I've obtained over the past 10 months in my appeal letter. On top of that, I plan to state that I have extended family(cousins with kids) that I am very close to.( Apparently they might take this into consideration)

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