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  1. Thank you Peach,snifter, Collie, Yelverton and Quoll for the information, suggestions and advise. I appreciate the fact you have given lengthy replies for my query. Taking a decision is not easy but yes I will have to take a decision on way or the other.
  2. Thank you Collie, sc333, evandale and Jay2016 So it seems that it's not at also easy. My reason wanting an extension is that my child would be starting her GCSE next year and I think it won't be wise to move over as that could affect her studies. Migrating now would take her out of her learning environment- school, friends, school mates, teachers and more importantly the educational system. It could very likely take her time to adjust to the new environment and educational system and it could have a detrimental effect on her performance. As you would all know secondary and higher secondary are critical periods in a child's education and the performance in those levels could determine the child's future. Any suggestions ? Is the Australian secondary and higher secondary systems same as in UK or different ?
  3. Thanks for that reply Evandale. So if I understood you correctly, the reason need not be very convincing. To make things a bit more clear we had our visas granted in 2013 and had the visas activated by entering and exiting Australia in 2014. And have not returned to Australia ever since. Not sure if that is the same situation as yours.
  4. Our PR visa expires next year. I would like to get my Visa extended for a few more years. What is the process and are the reasons to be very convincing for the DEBP ?
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