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  1. perhaps saying something along the lines of, i was born in aus and at the age of 15 migrated to the uk with family, now at 33 i'm again living in aus but am finding it hard to get work as everyone thinks i'm a bloody pom!! :biglaugh: seriously though haha, worth a try to see what happens?
  2. Dear All, I just noticed that my occupation have showed up on the recent SMP of SA as "off-list" occupation. Does it mean that SA finally treated all applicants who were granted state sponosrhip back in 2009 and we will get normal priority? Pls confirm me if you are sure, that we are now moved from new Cat 5 to new Cat 3. If so, this is SO BRILLIANT NEWS, isn't it??!! :wub:I was feeling so sick having the state sponsorship of SA and be in the lowest priority all the time! This is the quote from DIAC web site: Applications from people who are applying under the RSMS are processed as priority group 1. Those applying under the ENS are processed as priority group 2. Applications from people who are nominated by a state or territory government agency with a nominated occupation that is specified on the state or territory's state migration plan receive the third highest level of priority processing..... As a transitional arrangement, applicants who were nominated by a state or territory government for an 'off-list' occupation prior to the implementation of state migration plans will also receive processing under priority group 3. http://www.immi.gov.au/media/fact-sh...ty_skilled.htm Please let me know.. Thank you in advance Nata :hug:
  3. Dear All, I just noticed that my occupation have showed up on the recent SMP of SA as "off-list" occupation. ( i have received SS back in 2009). Does it mean that SA finally treated all applicants who were granted state sponosrhip back in 2009 and we will get normal priority? Pls confirm me if you are sure, that we are now moved from new Cat 5 to new Cat 3. If so, this is SO BRILLIANT NEWS, isn't it??!! :rolleyes::wub:I was feeling so sick having the state sponsorship of SA and be in the lowest priority! This is the quote from DIAC web site: Applications from people who are applying under the RSMS are processed as priority group 1. Those applying under the ENS are processed as priority group 2. Applications from people who are nominated by a state or territory government agency with a nominated occupation that is specified on the state or territory's state migration plan receive the third highest level of priority processing..... As a transitional arrangement, applicants who were nominated by a state or territory government for an 'off-list' occupation prior to the implementation of state migration plans will also receive processing under priority group 3. http://www.immi.gov.au/media/fact-sh...ty_skilled.htm Please let me know.. Thank you in advance Nata :hug:
  4. Hi All, Does anyone know if your debt in the UK is shown on your credit rating or any other way when you apply for a mortgage in Australia? We were planning on taking a loan for a car prior to leaving and paying it somehow from Oz..(Haven't looked into how straightforward that is yet!) Thanks
  5. I've just had an interesting conversation with a man from a cruise line (Cunard) about taking a cruise to Fremantle (Perth) next year. The base price for 2 adults is around £6400. However, that includes food and drink for a month, entertainment and what is basically a month long holiday. However the most interesting part was "You can take as much baggage as you want, so long as it fits in your room" Now, we dont have enough stuff for a container so were looking at shipping a load of stuff in boxes, for around £1200. If you consider: Living in the UK for a month would cost us £1000 including bills and food etc. A nice 2 week holiday in the sun would be £700 Shipping our boxes as freight would cost £1200 Flights would be £1300 (ish) The cruise is only £2000 more expensive than flying, plus you stuff arrives at the same time - You also dont have to put up with boredom of a long-haul flight and get a once-in-a-lifetime holiday.
  6. Hey, I posted this earlier: I've just started looking into aussie visas, but getting swamped with all the info that's out there. My boyfriend moved to Australia last October (2009) and is on the student visa (valid until December 2013) to complete his PHD. As we have been going out for 4 years and lived with eachother for 3 years, I believe I qualify as a dependent in a de facto relationship - we have a joint bank account, tenancy agreements in our names etc. As he is on the student visa, this limits me to working 20 hours a week if I choose the Dependent Visa. Are there any other visa options I should look in to - especially ones that will let me work full-time? I'm a graphic designer and keen to start work asap in Oz if I get a visa approved. Thanks for your time I got great responses back that I can work full time on his subclass 574 as he's studying his PhD. He's already out in Oz studying on this visa - so I'd like to know how we can apply for my dependancy visa please?! Should we have added me on his visa at the time he applied last year? How do I get more info??! I've searched through the immi.gov.au site but can't find anything that helps. I'm worried we've left this too late........ Thanks everyone
  7. Hi, What date is considered as the lodgement date for paper based applications? The date on which the applicant’s account is debited for the application charge? The date on which the application is delivered by post to DIAC? The date on which the applicant has signed the application and delivered the application to the post? Thanks, Siavash
  8. Hello All. We are newbie's to the site and have a question if someone could help? I've read alot about how City and Guilds count if you are applying for a skilled Visa but does anyone know if a BTEC or HND are also considered? Thanks very much! :hug:
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