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Here is Prices for our exclusive New Poms in Oz T-Shirts!!! Adults - £5.99 per T-Shirt Childrens - £5.50 per T-Shirt Postage within the UK is £1.00 per single T-Shirts order & 50p for each additional T-Shirt with multi orders. You can pay via paypal, Cheque or Postal Orders. Paypal address is: email@example.com If you would like any T-Shirts then please PM me with orders giving me the sizes, quantity and delivery details. Thankyou Very Much Lynne
I'm a Civil Engineer with a HNC but apparently that is not recognised, so me, my wife and family have been told that to get into Oz one of us has to enrol on a college course for 2 years to be accepted out there. Has anyone else had to to this, or can anyone give us any advice? We want to go to Perth preferably. We are going out there in two weeks time to have a look around and meet some friends and hopefully get a sponsorship. We are going to use an agency and not tackle the forms ourselves. Not really sure how to proceed and just want as much advice as possible if anyone can help!
Well - my hubby will go mad to think I've joined another forum!! He thinks I'm addicted to BE already!! But I like the look of this one - good luck! We are trying to head for Adelaide in Spring 2006 - but are awaiting our SIR Visa. Our agent informed us it would be 4-12 after submitting our meds and pcs - well we are on week 11 now.......and still no news. Visited Adelaide for the first time at Easter - loved it! More importantly so did the kids. Both are keen to go - the eldest I think because he sees time off from school!! But even the 3 year old asks why won't they let us go to Australia yet and whether she can take all her toys! Hubby is a Quantity Surveyor and is hoping for a less stressful life - his ideal occupation in Oz would be Beach Bum - but nearing the big 40 is a bit too old for that I feel. He works a lot in London and that just stresses me out esp as he uses the train and underground. So the sooner we can get away from that the better! Me - I'm a full time domestic technician - I think that's the posh way of saying housewife. Oh crikey - hubby is coming downstairs - time to log off before he finds out. TTFN!!! :wink: