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Gibsons posted a topic in Shipping and RemovalsCan someone please shed some light on a situation that I have..... I have applied (3 weeks ago) for a Vehicle Import Authority for my ZX9-R motorcycle and am awaiting the approval from the guys in Infrastructure.gov in Canberra. I have called them and they just say it is being processed...... My 457 is through & we are flying on 22nd June to Sydney (I start my job on 4/7/11) John Mason are coming Monday 20th to pack and then put into the container everything on the 21st - Motorcycle included...... I am under no doubt that the VIA will come as there is no reason for it not to, however, I cannot get a definitive answer as to when it will arrive..... I am informed by the authorities in Canberra that the VIA is posted to an Australian address, not emailed. If I don't ship the bike with the rest of my belongings then I will obviously have to ship it separately and then face a big bill for doing so.....at present the cost for my container includes the bike...... What do I do??? Ship the bike with my belongings and then when the VIA arrives before the bike send it to the relevant people in Sydney......or leave it in the UK and face a separate shipping cost???? I know it is an offence to try to import the bike without the VIA, but what are the consequences of shipping it before the VIA arrives??? Please help me out........
Hi all, can anyone answer this plz? i have looked at the ANZCO description of Welfare Worker again which is skill level one. Now when it was ASCO the skill level was Diploma or above but now its ANZCO its changed to Bachelor Degree or 5 years exp, but it says that this may not be the same skill level as the assessing authority AIWCW. Thats correct, it is not the same as the AIWCW states a Diploma is the req qualification to be assessed for migration??? S how does that work? you can be assessed at diploma level but willDIAC then refuse your visa for not meeting their skill level? If so thats completely crazy and doesnt make sense?
Guest posted a topic in Visa ChatFrom 21 April 2008, the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship is implementing changes to the ETA system. The department will continue to process most ETA applications instantly; however in a small number of cases, some additional processing will be required. If your ETA cannot be issued immediately please check back in 12 hours to confirm whether your application has been successful. Please apply for your ETA as early as possible to allow sufficient time for your application to be processed.