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Does any body know if its possible for OH to study something other than bricklaying! He would rather train to be an Electrician, or carpenter, but will this be viable to obtain PR afterwards. His background is communications so Electrician kinda makes more sense Leanne
AT LONG LAST found this forum today after burning up my computer searching different sites. Great to read all the different stories of how, should I, maybe....... Firstly, there are quite a number of you with young children going or thinking of going to Aus. All I can say is "what a great life you will be giving to your children" as well as Mum and Dad. I had 18 years as a child growing up in Africa so many outdoor activities plus the freedom, not couped up in the house because of the bad weather like so many children have to do over in UK. They will have a much better life. Anyway what I really want to ask is.....has anyone sold lock stock in their 50's to Aus and how did they go about the process. My children 31 and 28 live in Australia although have not taken out their citizenship yet. They live in Sydney and Melbourne. We want to go to Perth/Queensland. We would sell house everything and then just go for it. What is the first step can anyone explain please. Is it just go out on a visa and then.......My husband who is 54 builds golf courses and operates Doza machines (earth moving). Loads of jobs advertised for Doza drivers in and around Perth but I think he will have to get the Aus equivalent to his CIS ticket first. Calling up most jobs they want someone who is a resident but if I am right you can sponsor yourself on a 317 viza. So if anyone has any experiences would be grateful to hear your stories. Thanks alot. from VJ in sunny Lincolnshire!!! where by the way Mathew Flinders was born in the village where I live.
Hi am new to to this forum, so apologies if i post things in wrong place! I am uk educated nurse, however my degree is in paediatrics, currently I'm working in neonates, undertaking a course in this through my employment. I only have 4 months experience at the mo, and am wondering what the best route to take is? should i come over on a working holiday visa or go for permanent residency?how easy is it to transfer a working holiday into residency visa? Am selling my flat in march, so would be looking to come over around may. Im 23, no dependants, single, and am very unsure of the route to take! please help!!!