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  2. DavidIII

    We made it!

    I’ve read and enjoyed many posts on this forum, but to see someone break the rules and put people’s health at risk regardless of their own result is disgusting and it doesn’t matter how much money was on the line, there’s an intent to break the rules that Australia puts in place to protect their residents. It’s not only defrauding the UK regulations, Australian regulations, but also moral obligations which clearly Dorsetbrit doesn’t have. Shame on you!
  3. Rick2021

    VIT teaching registration ID docs

    Hi @RebeccaKate84, so I watched the instructional videos and it shows that when you Add Qualifications, on the first page where you choose Country and State, there is also a field that shows Qualification Type. This field is actually MISSING in my account. I can't select a qualification type, hence not allowing me to indicate that I am inserting information for an ITE. I have emailed them, waiting for a response! This is what they show in the video: And this is what I see:
  4. How long is the police clearance valid for (Both overseas and Australian)?
  5. proud preston

    Thinking of moving back to Uk

    @Marisawright every word in your last post has me nodding in agreement. Completely relatable.
  6. amibovered

    Thinking of moving back to Uk

    I've lived in Australia for over a decade in the past, moved back and forward a couple of times, been back in the U.K for six years now, I wouldn't contemplate ever living in Australia again if I wasn't married to an Australian. not that there is anything wrong with Australia. I'm just very happy where I am.
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  8. All countries need to be listed.. visited in the last ten years , however it's only if you have lived in these countries more than 12 months in ten years ...not visited ....I have checked this out ....
  9. Parley

    Thinking of moving back to Uk

    A holiday is not the same as living somewhere. So many fall for this and then come back quickly at great expense.
  10. Be quick with any submissions! Closing date for submissions :- 30 April 2021 Reporting date :- 10 August 2021
  11. Need to be quick with submissions!! Closing date for submissions is 30 April 2021 Reporting date is 10 August 2021
  12. Quoll

    Thinking of moving back to Uk

    LOL my second son did that - went to UK at 18 or 19, going to stay forever. Arrived in June, home just after the New Year and then he said he was never going back, Australia was the best place on earth blah blah. Now he says he would kill to go back there ever since he had a holiday in 2016 and we travelled about a lot. Unfortunately for him he's got two kids whose mother wouldnt let them leave the country although both have said they would like to live in UK because of the weather. You never can tell can you.
  13. Fergie

    Thinking of moving back to Uk

    Hi Graham Where did you move back to and what was so awful there that made you want to come back?
  14. bug family

    Thinking of moving back to Uk

    Just goes to show we all see and feel differently, for me Graham I miss the place more than the people so technology does not really play a massive part for me, I possibly have a different view as I grew up in a beautiful part of the country in North Wales, I still say that the UK in summer is as beautiful as anywhere in the world, I am happy that you and the family know where your happy place is.....I know where mine is....... just got to work out how to get back there
  15. I've submitted all of the above documents for my 309 application in March 2020. RFI received for AFP check on 05/02/21. Submitted and replied on 19/02/21. Still awaiting response and hoping they will prioritize 309/100.
  16. Graham Fletcher

    Thinking of moving back to Uk

    I went back to England about 6 years ago with my daughter. She was only 11 when we emigrated and had a view of England based on holidays, she felt like she needed to check it out and see where she belonged. We arrived in June, she was back in Australia by November! I had to wait until January when my lease ran out but got straight on the plane the day it expired. All the reasons for leaving in the first place were still intact and we both have absolutely no intention of returning to England ever again! That said, at least the truth about her feelings have been fully examined! At 26 and now a mother I am sure she will be an Aussie forever, just like her brothers (both in their 30's) who have no interest in going back either By contrast, we have no family in Australia and loads in England, modern technology just makes keeping in touch so easy that it has become less relevant where you are for real relationships
  17. Since HomeAffairs has announced they are expediting the 309/100 visas. Please make sure your application is decision-ready so that it is processed quickly. It is not a professional advice. Based on my personal experience if you submit the following docs your application gets processed very quickly. My visa application was processed in 9 months. and my friend who also submitted the same docs, his visa was processed in 5 months only (that too during the pandemic). Primary Applicant National Identity Card Passport Birth Certificate Form 888 (submit two forms) Form 1229 Marriage Certificate Marriage Document (English) Family Registration Certificate - FRC Photos (Wedding Ceremony Pics with Name Tags) Photos (Honeymoon or after marriage) - if available Photos (Social Aspect Photos i.e. with family and friends) Photo (passport size) Complete Medicals & biometrics (for primary and secondary applicants. It should be arranged upfront as soon the application is submitted) Police Character Certificate Polio Certificate (if applicable to you) Hospital Bills (if available) Join Bank Account Statement (if available) Proof of Assets (Bank Statement - Sponsors or applicant) Proof of Assets (Ownership of property - If available) Letter - Request for early grant of visa-subclass-100 (if your relationship is long-term i.e. 3-years marriage, or 2-years marriage with a dependent child) Secondary Applicants (Child's documents) Birth Certificate National ID Card Passport Photo (Passport Size) Polio Certificate Medical & Biometric Sponsor Passport IMMI Grant Letter Medicare Card Bank Statements (as proof of asset) Form 1229 Police Certificates (all countries visited in last 10 years for where you spent more than 12 months in total)
  18. There is a small orchard in Proserpine, about 5000 bushes. One of the most fragrant of flowers. I have a coffee bush, grown from seed from a neighbouring bush.
  19. Graham Fletcher

    Does dating get harder the older you get?

    After my divorce I found it hugely difficult, not being a great frequenter of bars and pubs. I tried the dating apps and everyone I like didn't like me! I may be just too ugly for visuals! I actually met my current partner in a hairdressers, she was working and I was excessively hairy. Met her at a local bar after she knocked off work and the rest is history. At least she couldn't complain about my hair style!
  20. Graham Fletcher

    Does dating get harder the older you get?

    thanks for the advice!
  21. NSW as well - ABC included a farm "near Byron Bay" in their report.
  22. Graham Fletcher

    Best Regional Area

    I'm a few hours further out from you and there is NOTHING here! lots of farmland and emptiness. but that's what happens when you chase the big money! hahaha
  23. Graham Fletcher

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    fair play, but you did need it over there. The US, Europe, South America and the UK should have as many as can be found, Australia can wait
  24. Graham Fletcher

    Australian and UK Covid Responses

    5 days lost for no reason whatsoever. whilst many agreed (who doesn't like five days off work?) the damage caused economically would be tens of millions of dollars. when local taxes start going up, which they will, that approval might start sliding
  25. Slav

    AUSTRALIAN CITIZENSHIP TIMELINES 2020-2021

    Yes, you can. There is a notice to say that the first part is for testing purposes and the second one is only informative
  26. sukhwinder singh bhangu

    AAT appeal for 187 nomination refusal

    Thanks Pretty fingers crossed
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