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  1. Most policies do not exempt a temporary visa holder from the surcharge.
  2. I don't know if it is still the case, but BUPA were the only ones that provided cover for temp visa holders that met the requirements for tax
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    189 visa - waiting for invitation

    Have you looked if any states are sponsoring your occupation for 190 or 491?
  4. Your employer should be using a registered migration agent
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    NT EOI Time frame

    Somyou are currently on a 491? If so then the visa won't be coming to an end as such. If you are on a 482, can your employer get in a new application?
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    NT EOI Time frame

    I am afraid all you can do is wait. Everyone would have been off over Christmas, so obviously there will be delays
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    NT EOI Time frame

    Are you currently living in the NT?
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    Evidence for cash work

    You really need the advice of a registered migration agent.
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    Separation / Divorce before PR

    Your marital status has little bearing. What is your occupation and qualifications?
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    Going home soon (Personal Diary?)

    We booked two weeks in a holiday cottage through Airbnb and were looking at places around Windsor and ascot. We found that plenty of time and saw about 4/5 we liked. From telling the agent we wanted it, to getting the keys was less than two days. From memory, we did the viewing Tuesday evening and had the key's Thursday morning.
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    Going home soon (Personal Diary?)

    Book flights ASAP as they will get more and more expensive the longer you wait. Start having a look at things like Airbnb for temp accomdation, there should be some good deals available as it is mid winter and well out of tourist season.
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    EOI advise

    Before you lodge an eoi, you must have all your ducks lined up. So, you need to have a positive skills assessment. If claiming points for English, you need to have completed the appropriate exams and passed to the legal you are claiming for such as ILETS. You also need to be very clear on what your points are as over claiming can lead to a refusal of visa (and loss of fees and potentially even a ban on reapplying). My advice would also be to speak to a registered migration agent such as Wrussel who has posted above.
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    What are you doing for New Year?

    Afraid I didn't at first, but that my dyslexia. Do now lol.
  14. He "might" have a shot at obtaining a resident return visa (RRV) based on close ties, but it won't be a gaurunteed outcome as the department has some discretion on this and in the last year or two have been more strict. I would speak to a good registered migration agent to assist with it.
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    Selling car before move back

    I listed mine on gumtree and it sold within hours.
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