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    Thanks Pinky for congratulations , i did not find my earlier post , seems some issue with the website . Docs Submitted: 09-Feb-2018 ( all docs ) Stream : 457--> 186 DE & Onshore Country : HR Occupation : Marketing Specialist State : NSW CO asked for a doc on 5th sep and on 3rd Oct we received golden email ...
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    Hi Friends, Happy to share the good news , we received the Golden email yesterday and it says Finalised PR Granted ... DE Onshore, applied in Feb 2018 ... This website is really helping us to keep a cool and the conversations here assure you that you are the next one to get the golden email .. Good Luck everyone .. Your Golden email is not far away ...
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    It has been since 2009. Trump was elected in 2016? He's not done much to employment, seems the big change happened before he came to office. The unemployment rate hit a high of 10% in October 2009 around the depth of the Great Recession, and it declined seven consecutive years during Obama’s presidency. It has continued this downtrend trend and hit a low of 3.8% in May this year before inching up to 4% in June.
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    Hey guys Friend of mine got her namination approved 187DE -restaurant manager visa+nom applied march 2017 nomination approved October 2018. good luck to everyone
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    Yes its working. ..! This is something like m connected to....n calm myself with this irritating wait for visa....glad its working.. how many r agree wid me?
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    Is that really affecting people though or is life much the same despite it. You know when you were a teenager did you worry about what the government were doing? I know my kids wouldn't have a clue, they find it boring. We got through years of Maggie so it can't be much worse than that.
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    Gun violence is at all time high under Trump's policies, I'm surprised he isn't taking credit for that too.
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    That’s s depends on our luck and CO. I have applied in October 2017 in same childcare worker in NT. But no news yet. Bad luck !
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    Hey mate... see below (https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/visi/visi/bridging-visas) Bridging visa C (BVC) A Bridging visa C (BVC) is a temporary visa. It allows you to stay in Australia while your application for a substantive visa is being processed. A BVC can be granted if you lodge an application in Australia for a substantive visa but you do not already hold a substantive visa. A BVC does not allow you to return to Australia if you leave. See: Bridging visa C - BVC - (subclass 030)
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    doing gardening yesterday I found two plants that have rooted themselves several times ... love plants for free ... it's the little things ...
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    I think that is Tory austerity rather than brexit. Although brexit did stop the boom in it's tracks.
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    They have done that many times. Please keep up.
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    Isn't the real problem the shocking ignorance of a substantial number of the UK population and a monumental misunderstanding of how things have worked, do work, and will need to work in the future? We have shown an entitled attitude that we don't deserve, we have no idea what we're going to do, and we're taking ourselves to the proverbial cleaners whilst embarrassing ourselves on a daily basis? It will take a generation to resolve, and that includes the replacement of a huge number of our population because they are crippling us with their poor performance?
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    That's bush camping. King River, 30 km south of Katherine, NT King River, NT 2 dingoes, Keep River, NT Cave Spring, Kununurra, WA. 3 crocs, Keep River, NT. Actually, 5 of them, but 2 are in the grass line. Saw 7 of them in one scene, but could not get them all into one photo. Cheers, Bobj.
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    The 489 isn't an issue really as people can't move onto a PR visa without meeting their obligations. I can see the 190 being scrapped.
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    What schemes have we thrown at them? Davis sat there like a brass Buddha imagining he was the great negotiator without a bit of paper never mind a plan, he thought the EU would just give us what we wanted, bah humbug. The EU have said from the outset that any deal had to respect their rules if we wanted a deal and we have never got a plan together that does that and Idiot May tied herself to the DUP who have no intention of doing a deal on the Irish border, Arleen is the f***wit who said brexit would be no problem and was no threat to the peace agreement, another self serving idiot. May is still playing to the UKIP gallery, playing the immigration card at every turn, well it is never going to wash with the EU, the first rules of negotiation is, only ask for things the other side have in their power to grant and don’t p*ss the other side off with insults. May and her idiots have never treated these negotiations seriously, May has taken her lead from the Express, the Mail and her intellectual lead from the Beano and Kiplings ‘If’
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    Gone upmarket in the amping world...added an en suite. Well 11 straight days over the old 100 F(37.8c) the 2 days @ 36 and another5 days over 37.8 C...rCheers, Bobj.
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    Well not just reported in the Guardian but commented on by others including the CEO of the Confederation of British Industry. wake up this is all about vendettas and testosterone fuelled infighting in the Tory party, everyone else , including the country is collateral damage, just try putting your prejudices to one side and actually read some opposing views based on some real research These right wingers have only one objective, to hold power for themselves, their mates, and no one else. Meanwhile, Britain’s wealthiest funder of independent scientific research, the Wellcome Trust, says it is losing patience with the government. Writing in the Observer, the trust’s director states that in common with industry and universities, his organisation – which spends more than £1bn a year on medical research – is increasingly nervous. “No deal would leave a void on access to funding, regulation and, critically, migration,” Farrar states. “Wellcome … wants to support researchers, wherever they are from, in order to tackle the greatest global health challenges. But if the conditions and the culture here are damaged that will affect our support. It is not unconditional.” The CER thinktank’s model on the costs of Brexit examined its impact up until the end of June. It said the findings were a central estimate that contained a margin of error. Researchers created a model of how Britain’s economy would have performed had Remain won in June 2016. An earlier estimate in the summer suggested that Britain’s economy was 2.1% smaller than it would have been by the end of the first quarter of 2018. As it has developed its model and updated it for the second quarter of 2018, the gap has grown.
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    I doubt bojo will get the top job. Hopefully this will be the end for him and we won't need to live with another one of his hopeless ministries. I doubt JRM can get it without ever holding a ministry, but he may get one to shut him up. No, I think it will be Gove. And I imagine he will fall on EEA EFTA. It's all he can do. It meets labours red lines. I doubt he will risk an election. He may be incompetent, but he is not a political fool.
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    'The EU is not responsible for your blundering lack of foresight' - Patrick Kielty slams Boris Johnson's Brexit plan https://www.independent.ie/business/brexit/the-eu-is-not-responsible-for-your-blundering-lack-of-foresight-patrick-kielty-slams-boris-johnsons-brexit-plan-37366776.html Nailed it. Bit of an education in there for some who just don't get NI
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    Hi Sahil Kumar, thank you for sharing! I really appreciate it! ?
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    https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/about/corporate/information/fact-sheets/20planning Australia’s visa numbers for the program year to 30 June 2019 have been released today. The Department of Home Affairs has released details of the number of visas available under the non humanitarian program for the year to 30 June 2019. There are no changes compared with the 2017-18 program year. It should be remembered that the Australian Government has adopted a change of narrative in recent months, such that the number of visas in the budgeted program should be seen as a ceiling, not a target. In doing so the Government can be seen to be responsive to community concerns when the actual outcome in terms of visa grant numbers is less than was budgeted originally. Best regards.
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