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Subject: Migration Help
Last Weekend you attended the State Governments of Australia’s migration event. I hope you found that it helped you on your way to making the move down under. If not we have come across some interesting legislation in the immigration laws.
If you’re still interested in applying for a visa to gain permanent residency to Australia, we have come across a major loophole in the South Australia skilled sponsorship visa route. If you have a university degree then there is a very good chance that you will be able to obtain a permanent visa.
Unfortunately this loophole is soon to be removed, so we have a very limited time frame to work with. All paper work must be lodged in Australia by the 18th Dec 09. If you are interested you must contact us immediately so that we can assess whether your application will be successful or not.
Another issue surrounding migration is how and when to organise your finances. A major concern is pensions. Is it best to transfer them to Australia or should they remain in the UK?
Australia has a different tax system from that of the UK and, as a result, any UK assets, investments, savings or pensions that you may have could, potentially, be taxed by Australia.
(company name removed) has many years experience in giving UK migrants advice in both minimizing any potential Australian tax liabilities and taking advantage of any pre migration opportunities.
If you have any queries or concerns, or wish to book an appointment to see us at our office or one of our convinient locations throughout the UK, please don’t hesitate to call
Remember, if you sign up by 31st December you will pay only 15% VAT on the agreed fee, while it will be 17½% from 1st January 2010.
I apologise if this email is not applicable to you, but if it is we look forward to hearing from you soon.