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  1. Hi, i really love Australia and want to move to Brisbane. my daughter and partner get their residency in the next couple of months. my wife and I can get parent visas that I understand will take a couple of years, contributary. we are aged 63 and 62. my son is 34 and also loves Australia. He has been fully employed since leaving school but unskilled. He could get a last remaining relative visa, but I understand that could take 15 years. He is willing to train, trades such as plumber etc. would not be his preferred way. is there a way that we could all move over together and which non trade jobs would he be best getting trained in? any suggestions would be appreciated, I want to keep us together. thanks
  2. gas trainer

    Help with CPV and last remaining relative

    Thanks for all the feed back. Just need to check my qualifications and their acceptability. I would love to set up my own company or work freelance in providing qualifications in gas/water/electric/water and renewables.
  3. gas trainer

    Help with CPV and last remaining relative

    My daughter has lived in Australia for 3 years now. Should get Permanaent Residency early next year
  4. gas trainer

    Help with CPV and last remaining relative

    Thanks for your reply. I just have the two kids, so meet the 50% rule, and my son is still single and unattached. Looking to move close to Albany Creek but also like Wynnum.
  5. My Daughter and partner should get Australian residency early next year. My wife and I plan to join her on a Contributory Parent Visa. I am 61 years old and my wife 62. We are both fit and well. My wife is a qualified and experience radiographer, still working part time. I have my own company delivering training and assessments to gas, electric and water industries. I am full qualified in all aspects of Gas, Water and Part P electrics Also Cert. NEBOSH (health and safety) and Chartered Member of the Institute of Personnel and Development, Qualified Teacher (Cert. Ed.), Qualified Trainer (TDLB NVQ3 Training and Development), Qualified Internal Verifier, Assessor. Both my wife and I have good pensions giving a current income, besides our work income. We also have good savings and own our own house. The questions I have are: 1. How much will it cost for the two of us to migrate? 2. How long is the process likely to take. 3. Are we likely to get work when we Migrate and would we need to do anything to get our qualifications recognised. 4. What is the cost of living in Australia relative to England. We would like to move to Brisbane. Also our Son would like to Migrate. He is 32 years old and does admin work for a theatre. He has computer skills, and does sign language. He would be our last remaining relative. Could he enter Australia at the same time as us? What would be his costs and how long would the process take? What is the job/work position for him? Thanks for any help
  6. gas trainer

    Help with CPV, work and Last remaining relative

    Hi Joanne, Yes just the two kids Rick
  7. gas trainer

    Help with CPV, work and Last remaining relative

    Hi, This sound great, I'll look into it. Thanks again Rick
  8. gas trainer

    Help with CPV, work and Last remaining relative

    Hi, Money no problem, but shame about son. Thanks
  9. Hi all, My wife and I intend to join our daughter and partner in Aus under the CPV, which from what I can make out will cost about £5,500 and take about 2 years. We are 61 year old and would still like to work, Linda is a qualified Radiographer and I am a qualified trainer/assessor/verifier in Gas, Water and some electrics. I assume we would have to have our qualifications recognised when we arrive in Australia. We would also like our son to join us all under the last remaining relative schem, about £2,000, he is 32 years old and in non skilled work. We would like to travel together or with the minimum of time between my wife and I going and our son joining us. Where do we start and what is the process? Thanks in advace for any help and sugestions. Rick
  10. gas trainer

    Trainer in Gas emigrating

    Thanks I'll do that. From what I can see, I'll have to emigrate on parent visa then get skills recognised. Thanks again
  11. gas trainer

    Trainer in Gas emigrating

    Hi all. This is my first visit to your forum, it looks very helpfull. My wife and I are looking to join our daughter and partner in Brisbane but wonder if our qualifications will be accepted and our age. I am 60 and my wife, Linda, 61. Linda is qualified Radiographer and I am a Qualified Teacher (Cert. Ed.) specialising in Gas. I have qualifications in: H&S, Cert. NEBOSH Teaching, Cert. ED. and TDLB NVQ3 + Assessor and Internal Verifier awards Domestic Gas, C&G, ACS Core Gas Safety + all Appliances and ESP Provider Commercial Gas, ACS Core + all Appliances, Test and Purge, Pipe. LPG, Core + Boats, Mobile Homes Water, Unvented, Regs, Disinfection Electric, Essential electrics + Part P Renewable Energy. I also develop training materials, have worked with QCA in developing NVQ's and Key Skills. I have 43 years experiance in the industry and 30 years in training/assessing. My Daughter should get her citesenship this year and will sponser us and paren visa and we can pay the money to speed it up but it would be useful to work, topping up our savings and keep an interest. Any advise and help would be greatly appreciated. Rick
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