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Lisa81

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  1. I appreciate there may be nothing more for her to say but she doesn’t need to repeat herself constantly. I have found Wrussel extremely helpful thank you
  2. Exactly Jetblast! Thank you!
  3. Once again tulip I’m not sure you have interpreted the post right, I was merely seeking advice, not ongoing replies from yourself repeating the same things. I have read the other replies for myself which have been very helpful and have in fact given me the answers I was looking for, especially from wrussel and others who have given useful advice which I have taken.
  4. Someone suggested i post here too so I did, I have found some people’s replies very helpful and informative which was all I was looking for, especially wrussels which is why I will obviously be consulting an agent like himself.
  5. Once again Tulip I apologise for making a typo! my son is 19 now. Thanks for your ongoing replies however you haven’t said anything different from your first reply. I was simply seeking advice.
  6. Yes it is the same post, someone suggested I post in here..... wasn’t aware that was a problem??? People have suggested various routes.
  7. In May 2016 I was granted 189 visa and moved to Victoria with my 15 year old son and partner. Sadly at the time my 17 year old son didn’t want to be included in the visa process and chose to stay with his dad in England. Due to this and other various reasons he was not included in the visa. We painfully made the move while he stayed in UK with his dad as he chose. Now after being here for 2 years my son has been out twice on holiday and has decided that he wished he made the move with us. He left school early and has been casual working for 2 years. I was hoping to try and get him a year working visa but what would be the options for him to move permanently without a skilled trade?  would sponsorship be an option or would he need to return to school to get qualifications then move here for higher education? Any ideas?
  8. Thank you. its good to hear a positive outcome. I know it will take time but you’re right there’s always hope in some shape or form. i won’t be giving up!
  9. Thanks for your advice I’ll definitely be consultant agent to look at all the options
  10. Thank you so much Wussel and Marisa for your advice. This is really helpful.
  11. Tulip Thanks for your reply however i was mainly looking for advice on where to go from here from others who may have more knowledge or have been through a similar situation, not to be repeatedly reminded of what I should have done and as you say “mistakes” I made. I have outlined the basics of the situation and have not gone into detail as to to why simply “insisting” was not an option.
  12. Do you need to have a skilled trade for sponsorship? Has anyone had any experience with sponsorship visas? Either from family or employer?
  13. In May 3016 I was granted 189 visa and moved to Victoria with my 15 year old son and partner. Sadly at the time my 17 year old son didn’t want to be included in the visa process and chose to stay with his dad in England. We painfully made the move while he stayed in UK with his dad. Now after being here for 2 years my son has been out twice on holiday and has decided that he wished he made the move with us. He left school early and has been casual working for 2 years. I was hoping to try and get him a year working visa but what would be the options for him to move permanently without a skilled trade? Any ideas???
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