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  1. Rossi46

    457 self sponsorship

    Hi , Does anyone have any advice about the process of gaining a 457 self sponsorship visa . I am currently on a 457 visa but want to go self employed. I have been in oz for 2 years and have a further 2 left on my visa. Tired of being controlled and trapped by the constraints of a visa. im over it ! :confused:
  2. Liat Gould

    457 help!

    I am currently on a 417 working holiday visa and have almost finished my 6 months with my company and they just told me they cant sponsor me! I am in the recruitment industry and hope to find a new job soon which will sponsor me however, I have been told that companies like CXC will externally sponsor your 457 visa and you go on their payroll.. Does any one know more about this? I am happy to pay my sponsorship fees etc. Just don't want time to run out and it be too late. Also is there any way to apply without sponsorship without being on the skilled list? Any advise would be AMAZING! Thanks!
  3. Well... It's been quite sometime since I logged onto this forum but the reason I am back is because I know what it is like when you first start thinking about making the move, should you vs. shouldn't you and I remember getting some great information from other members of this forum that really helped me out. Honestly at the time I could not fathom how many things I would of experienced and how much has changed. Knowing what I know now I don't really think that you can grasp what it's like to take the plunge until you actually do it no matter how much great information you get from the people on here. That said, there are some things that you can learn and pick up that can make the transition easier such as knowing where to look for work, how to get a visa and technical things like that but your own individual experience will be yours alone and that is a good thing. I get asked a lot by friends at home now who see my photo's on Facebook what it is like here, if I enjoy it and how to do it. I managed to do it by getting sponsored with a 457 visa through my employer. Now while this option may not be the most appropriate for everyone or even open for all its probably worth looking into because there are still jobs that one can get without much experience previously and make it work, such as recruitment for example. How I managed to get sponsored is something I get asked a lot so here are a few simple tips that helped me that may help someone else: 1) Identify potential jobs that you would like that you get sponsored for 2) Start emailing directly for openings instead of waiting on job sites and state that you are planning on working in Australia for a long time 3) Use a working holiday visa to get to Australia and get your foot in the door (I know this isn't an option for all but it's what I did) 4) Work your butt off to prove yourself in the company (You may have to move into a new industry and learn quickly) 5) Enjoy Aussie life. I know that seems pretty simple but I did have to work hard in my jobs to finally get the sign off on the 457. If you are planning on trying the WHV to 457 route and have any questions feel free to hit me up in the meantime here is a little video I made in the Blue Mountains just outside of Sydney to whet your appetite for your move...http://youtu.be/er16vXbpXaw enjoy
  4. Hi all, i'm after some advice. Myself and OH are looking to migrate to Australia, preferably Adelaide, after lots of research & knock backs we believe our best chance is a 457 visa. However, we are not having much luck finding an employer willing to sponsor my OH who is the graphic designer (he has lots of experience & own company). We tried state sponsored earlier this year (ACT had graphic designer on their sponsored skills list) but after money spent with a migration agent, our application was refused by Vetasses because OH only has HND qualification & not degree level (over 10 years in the industry doesn't seem to count) Does anyone know of any companies who are looking to sponsor or any specialist recruitment agencies? Any advice greatly received. We just seem to be hitting brick walls at the moment Thanks in advance
  5. stephaniepomroy

    457 visa & not married?

    hi guys, was wondering that if you got sponsored by a company on a 457 visa would myself and my partner have to be married for myself and our children to join him out in Oz?
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  7. The client, an Australian success story, specialises in the development, marketing and manufacture of innovative premium metal working fluids for engineering workshops. They feature general purpose fluids as well as specialty fluids for particular applications. We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and self-motivated R&D Chemist to lead the Aviation Maintenance Chemicals Technical programme. This opportunity will involve reporting directly to the Technical Manager. You will be responsible for formulating new products, setting quality specifications, and providing manufacturing support. To be successful in this role you will have a proven track record in product development of Aviation Maintenance Chemicals. These products would include Aircraft exterior cleaners and polishers, Aircraft paint strippers and runway rubber removal products. You will possess a passion for molecular understanding and use scientific development methodology. Tertiary qualifications in chemistry or applied science are essential. To be successful in this role you will have a proven track record in product development of aviation maintenance chemicals. You will possess a passion for molecular understanding and use scientific development methodology. Tertiary qualifications in chemistry or applied science are essential. You will have high energy levels, good communication skills and a natural leader who can demonstrate 100% commitment to the position. A competitive salary package will be commensurate with the ability of the candidate. Please PM for further information