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  1. MJones

    How to select the right PR visa

    Hi, I completely agree wholeheartedly. When I said 'go through the process' I meant the process of assessment, in order for us to find out what our current situation is and whether to go any further. I can assure you I am being logical and realistic about all if this and I do have a Migration Expert, but thank you for your time and concern. Regards
  2. MJones

    How to select the right PR visa

    Thank you for your directness. However, we are committed to this and don't want to give in this early so still wish to go through the process. Regards Marie
  3. Hi, Wondered if you'd had any joy with your query? I'm in a similar situation, as my current title doesn't really reflect my Project Manager/Administrative position. I have a lot of experience, but not a relevant qual, e.g. Prince 2, but I have been on courses in Project Management and in Continuous Improvement and I do have a degree in Business and Marketing. However, where does this leave me in terms of what PR visa to apply for? If you have had contact, a recommendation of an expert would be appreciated. Thanks and good luck
  4. MJones

    How to select the right PR visa

    Thanks for your response ? An assessment would be great and would probably help me point me in the right direction. You are right, and i think because its not clear-cut is causing the confusion. Is there a way to directly contact an expert or perhaps another post with a specific title would be preferable?
  5. MJones

    How to select the right PR visa

    Thank you ? I have read and reread this home affairs site and keep going round in circles. My concern is that my current job title doesn't reflect that I am a Project Manager. I have years of experience in this field but not a qualification. I'm also a Personal Trainer and Rounders coach. My husband works in Government. You're right though, I will go back, discount the visas that aren't applicable and see what options are left for us. Thank you
  6. I've just come back from 5 weeks in Australia for a holiday but also to test how committed we are to the move. It's very much firmed things up. However, the more I research PR visas, particularly which one to apply for, the more confused I'm getting. I want to start this process off well and not fall at the first hurdle.