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  1. welljock

    Would you recommend using a Migration Agent

    You don't need to do anything, the Visa is permanent (unless you want to go in and out of the country), you need to apply get citizenship. If you do get Citizenship you don't require a visa.
  2. welljock

    Would you recommend using a Migration Agent

    It's not quite correct, it is your right to enter Australia that expires after 5 years; you can stay indefinitely (permanently) within Australia on the expiry of the 5 years. You only require the RRV after this if you intend to leave and re-enter Australia.
  3. welljock

    Australia after 8 years - the good, bad & the ugly!

    Do know if it's just where we stayed in Scotland but we had 20mph school zones
  4. welljock

    Michael Jackson songs banned

    In your two examples: 1) I would never drive the car again and would expect it to be fixed or get my money back. Summary - Dangerously Piss poor design and manufacture 2) a) I would expect the cruise control to disengage when using the brakes, b) I would also expect cruise control to work as it should, c) How would I know it's the cruise control that is at fault and not something else. Summary - Dangerously Piss poor design and manufacture In both these cases I would at least expect that the manufacturer would issue a recall and stop selling them until the safety defect is rectified, if both did not happen I would expect the government to step in and do it for them. To blame pilot error for an inherent fault in design is wrong.
  5. welljock

    Citizenship Timeline for years 2015-2016

    I don't think the second part is correct, I think they are mixing up the countries you would need to supply a police certificate for. If you don't give any holidays they wouldn't be able to work out if you qualified by spending less than 1 year out of the country and less than 90 days in the last year
  6. welljock

    Citizenship Timeline for years 2015-2016

    The paper version says you only need to do the last 10 years. I found this out after I had completed over 30 years of travel
  7. welljock

    UK Passports

    It didn't make any difference when I renewed mine last year, it had expired 6 months before or my daughter's whose had been expired for a couple of years.
  8. welljock

    citizenship application form

    The PDF says you only need to list travel outside of Australia in the last 10 years also, the online version doesn't stipulate (I found this out after myself and wife spend a week going through every holiday in the last 30 years and then inputting them!!)
  9. welljock

    Electric cars in F1 ?

    They already have a competition Formula E
  10. I've been breathalysed more times visiting construction sites than I have on the road (2-1 at the moment). Cue the booze bus tonight!!
  11. It was rhetorical, but that part was after his question so irrelevant.
  12. USSR? East Germany? China?
  13. welljock

    Advice on end of tenancy charges

    Would have been quite funny if you had insisted in carrying on. Well done
  14. welljock

    We are home at last

    Being pedantic it stops just south of Mandurah at Pinjarra Road, it becomes the Forrest Highway at that point (not that you notice).
  15. welljock

    The (all new) Brexit Thread

    140,000 GBP for an employer with 10,000 staff is not exactly a major percentage of staff cost (probably less than 0.1%), it's effectively a very cheap insurance policy. It would probably cost more to replace just 20 employees
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