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About BeauVinyl

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  1. BeauVinyl

    Skilled - Independent (subclass 189) visa

    Thank you Ausvisitor.
  2. Hi Marisa, thank you for replying to my message, really appreciate that.



  3. BeauVinyl

    Skilled - Independent (subclass 189) visa

    Paulhand, thank you for confirming this, I really appreciate it. I thought that was the case but with all that’s going on at the moment it got a little confusing. Once again, thank you for the reply. Regards, Beau.
  4. Hi all, We are looking into moving to Adeliade in September 2020. My family and I have a 189 visa so looking at the Aus govt. website we'll be able to get into Australia but isolate for 2 weeks. We have sold the house, my wife handed in her notice today (she's a theatre nurse) and I’m currently hoping to go over to Aus with my job. I had a video call with the removal companies agent from PSS removals today and he told me that there is an increase of Australian and NZ residents moving back to Aus and NZ from the UK but not many people like myself and family who are moving out there but they hope to see an increase in families like mine in the coming weeks, this could be a sales pitch but the person I spoke with was pretty believable. We, as a family, have ‘activated’ the visa three years ago so we are hoping it’s a case of getting on the plane and flying into Aus, quarantining ourselves for 2 weeks (catch up on sleep etc…) and then we’ll be released into Adelaide. This is how I see it all going in my head but I know there’ll be bumps in the road. Anyone else in this situation? Beau.
  5. Hello all, I hope everone is well. A quick question, I am looking to move to Australia in September this year and my family allhave a Skilled - Independent (subclass 189) visa each. My family and I are all Englinsh and we have 'activated' the visa by entering Australia 3 years ago. With all that is going on, can my family and I physically enter Australia with this visa at prsesent? Regards. Beau
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    Hi Ehan, sorry I can't help you as I'm getting applying for a different visa. I do wish you luck in getting a visa for your partner though.
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  8. BeauVinyl

    Hello all

    Weaver, all the best on the Perth move. Good luck.
  9. BeauVinyl

    Hello all

    Thanks for the luck Cal. I know it'll be a stressful time, I've kinda readied myself for that but it'll also be a fun, new and exciting time as well (focussing on the positives as much as I can). Bring it on, I say.
  10. BeauVinyl

    Hello all

    Hi Weaver, We are hoping to mover near tm my sister, she lives on the Mornington Peninsular and loves it there. Ultimately my job will dictate where, but I'll be making an effort for that part of Melbourne.
  11. BeauVinyl

    Hello all

    Hello everyone, I just wanted to say a big hello to all who are looking to get to Australia and wish you all good luck with the process. Myself and my family are on the verge of starting the visa process with get-going.co.uk and are looking to sign the start-up documents in the next week or so. My sister has been living in Melbourne, Mount Martha area for 2 years now and has 'turned my head' towards Australia. I've lived in Sydney for 8 months back in 2000 so I'm kind of familiar with Australia. My wife is a nurse of 8 years so it is her that will be the main visa applicant and we have two children, 5 and 2. We aim to get over to Australia around the end of 2015 due to my son's school year starting in February in Australia. Anyway, that’s enough about my plans, I wish you all well and look forward to reading up on more threads. Take care Mr Vinyl