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  1. surflen22

    Rapid Visa - anyone heard of them??

    Just had a look at their website - look like a very new company. Has anyone heard of them or have any feedback? RapidVisa | Fastest 457 Visa, ENS, & Business Sponsorship Applications
  2. Hi guys We are looking at appointing ASA as our agents to help with our 457 state sponsor visa. They have already been extremely helpful but one thing is concerning me and that is the cost - for them to process everything they have quoted approx £3,200. Could some of you who have done this with an agent, or are doing, please tell me if this sounds right or way too much!? :err: I would really appreciate any knowledge people have on the cost of everything, i know its not cheap but im jsut not sure if this is a good costing. Cheers guys
  3. scootbennett

    Heard of Global Visas?

    Hi all, I'm just about to start my application, and have been discussing it with a a company called Global Visas, I was just wondering if anybody has delt with them before, or has heard anything about them? Or if you guys and gals have any highly recomended agents that I should contact? Theres sooo many, it's who do you choose! Thank you! Scotty
  4. Just as the title suggests. I am getting fed up trying to sort out our 175 I am considering on going on a 457 visa and securing a job so we can get out to oz quicker. Anyone heard of or used MAP recruitment? Thanks in advance
  5. http://news.sky.com/home/article/16092905
  6. 001 Explore Kakadu’s little brother Litchfield 002 Be cast for eternity onto salty Lake Ballard 003 Swim with wild seals at Baird Bay 004 Go on holiday save 100 lives at Mapoon 005 Reach the oasis of Ormiston Gorge 006 Visit the other remarkable pebble Mount Augustus 007 Open a half-million-year-old treasure chest Naracoorte Caves 008 Visit one of the world’s oldest art galleries Carnarvon Gorge 009 Go swimming with tuna at Port Lincoln 010 Hear a great set of pipes at the Undara Lava Tubes 011 Walk to Art in Melbourne 012 Stay the night in a light on Montague Island 013 Lose yourself in the bluest lagoon at Fitzroy Reef 014 Call the birds in on towering Mount Gower 015 Take a vow of silence in New Norcia 016 Be among the first to paint the hills in outback SA 017 Celebrate Australian biodiversity at Australian Garden 018 Adrift on a Dead Sea at the Pool of Siloam 019 Rent your own island in the Mackerel Islands 020 Get dragged around with Sydney by Diva 021 Look! Up in the sky! It’s your round! Flying Pub Crawl 022 Bathe in convict history at the Bogey Hole 023 Live the life of a keeper on Gabo Island 024 See Sydney from a VERY different angle 025 Paddle under a convict prison in Fremantle 026 Play catch with sharks on the Undersea Explorer 027 Lose your blues at Greens Pool 028 Be a postman for a day on the Outback Mail Run 029 Take the longest sheer plunge down Wallaman Falls 030 Stay at Kangaroo’s lighthouse trinity 031 Dive into the world’s purest cleanest water Mount Gambier 032 See the world at 300m per second in a Mig Jet 033 Gain some extremely remote access at Garig Ganuk Barlu 034 Find food for your soul at Flames of the Forest 035 Stride among the city of Gnomes 036 Watch over Australia’s moodiest lake Blue Lake 037 The Sound of Music at Mount Scoria 038 See blind shrimps and a million stars at Cutta Cutta Caves 039 Fly to the ancient source of Australian art 040 Visit our most haunted house Monte Cristo Homestead 041 See the other side of the rainbow Rainbow Serpent Tour 042 Twitter with the Twitchers at Coffs Coast 043 Stroll along the seabed with Seawalker 044 Find a home among the Banksias 045 Bathe in a boiling outback lake at Dalhousie Springs 046 Spot Australia’s oldest graffiti on Chambers Pillar 047 Get on your soapbox Australian Billy Cart Champs 048 Travel in a clattering time machine the Afghan Express 049 Take tea with the Morning Tea Ladies on Tiwi Island 050 Go French for a hidden tourism gem French Island 051 Go to sea in a tinnie at the Beer Can Regatta 052 Hold your breath for the dive of the century Fish Rock Cave 053 Fly in raft out on the North Johnstone River 054 Run with white lions in Mogo Zoo 055 Win your wife’s weight in beer Wife Carrying Champs 056 Don’t fence me in at Cameron’s Corner 057 Watch spawning cuttlefish off Whyalla 058 Proclaim yourself King for the night Kings Plains Castle 059 Walk through untouched lands Kakadu Hawk Dreaming 060 Visit an outback slice of the ’50s at Bells Milk Bar 061 Imagine the land before maps on the Great North Road 062 Catch your own seafood platter at Black Point 063 Prepare to circle the wagons in Bendigo 064 Hop on Tasmania’s newest ride Piners and Miners Tour 065 Play polo in Banjo country at the Geebung Polo Match 066 Make your own wine at Penfolds 067 Tinker with Tilba Tilba’s trinkets 068 Walk among the dolomites in the Hastings Caves 069 Make like Moses at Burning Mountain 070 Go deep underground with Douggie’s Mine Tours 071 Boogie-woogie on rails in the Blues Train 072 Rent your own cave in the Upper Blue Mountains 073 Visit Australia’s unknown Grand Canyon Capertee Valley 074 Share your secrets with the Whispering Wall 075 Find your way among the roses at Ashcombe 076 Bomb the Perry Sandhills on the banks of the Murray 077 Have the perfect family day at Parsley Bay 078 Stumble across Beautiful Betsy 079 Crawl through a goldmine at Arltunga 080 See the giant water babies at Point Ann 081 Crawl through a convict tunnel in Clarence 082 Visit a country within a country Principality of Hutt River 083 Back your favourite cane toad on Magnetic Island 084 Twirl a brolly from a previous century Old Umbrella Shop 085 Delve into your immigrant past at the National Archives 086 Visit **** Heysen’s home among the gumtrees 087 Spot Australia’s rarest mammal at Two Peoples Bay 088 Dive into surfing heartland’s Blue Pool 089 See the walls come alive at Kurri Kurri 090 See the world’s largest acrylic painting at Broken Hill 091 Sail the postman’s run up the Hawkesbury 092 Join the outback pest war against the Yellow Crazy Ants 093 Roll with the pumpkins at Goomeri 094 Wander through the scarecrows in the vineyard 95 Step through the looking glass National Art Glass Gallery 096 Get the best coffee in the galaxy at Tidbinbilla 097 Ride fly eat and learn on the Flying Camel Tour 098 Pay your respects to Tom Roberts’ Big Picture 099 Drink the world’s most expensive coffee 100 Set your spider senses tingling at Australia’s Venom Zoo
  7. What has happened to me? What has happened to my hair? Three young police officers came to my unit today and I thought 'they are SO young!' Careful, Dave, you are getting maudlin again and you no longer need alcohol to do it!
  8. Hi everyone, I heard a couple of things today which kinda made me laugh and was hoping to get some clarity from some Aussies on the forums, or anyone else for that matter! Someone said that you can't buy caffeine products after 5pm in Oz! That can't be true can it? I'm sure he was pulling my leg! :biglaugh::biglaugh: Also Fosters beer? You can't get that either? Or are they just saying that because the ads for it on tv here in the UK are Aussie themed? :rolleyes:
  9. Hello everyone, I am moving to OZ mid october with my daughter (hubby is already there) and currently I am having removal companies giving me a quote. I saw 8 removal companies in total: PSS, Fox international, Excess International, Doree Bonner, Pickfords, White & Co, John Mason and Crown. I now had 7 quotes (just waiting for Doree next week) with Pickfords being the cheapest, followed by John Mason. I pretty much told Pickfords I will go with them but I also really liked John Mason and today they lowered their quote. They are still coming up £45 more expensive than Pickfords and I liked both sales men equally but prefer John Mason co-ordinator. When I called Pickfords today there was no answer twice and when I finally got through later in the afternoon the man I needed to speak to was on the phone and they said he would call me back. He did - about 45 mins later and sounding a tiny bit annoyed. Compare that to John Mason - they have been brilliant so far. Anyway, I have 2 questions - John mason or Pickfords??? I was so sure of Pickfords yesterday but not anymore today. My second question which refers to the title in this message - John Mason have advised the following: In recent months, Australian Quarantine Authorities have imposed decontamination charges to a number of containers arriving at their ports. These fees can range between Aus$ 350 and Aus$ 600 per container and they relate to the container itself, not to its contents. As an alternative a non refundable pre-pay option of £15 will be added to your invoice unless you advise us otherwise that you prefer to pay the charge (if levied) direct to Australian Authorities. None of the other salesmen I've seen have mentioned this and when I spoke to Pickfords they said they have never heard of it. Has anyone had any experience with this? Has anyones container been decontaminated and they had to pay the charge? Please help as I am lost now and can't make up my mind who to choose - Pickfords don't offer the decontamination insurance. Many thanks :confused:
  10. Hi All, Just wondering if anyone knows who I should email in ACS. I've waited the 12 weeks like it says on their website but my status is still the 4th stage In Progress when I check it online the last email I received was 21 March saying my saying my documents were received. Can I email that person back even though her name is different to the name that is listed as managed by when I check my status online? Also anyone think it's a good or bad sign that they haven't been in touch with me to request more information? Any suggestions appreciated! Thanks, Cara
  11. Guest

    anyone heard of Balpara??

    Hi all just wondered if anyone has heard of Balpara? formerly Bayside Electrical Design? The hubby has applied for a job with them and they are currently looking at his datasheet, fingers crossed they like what they read and require an interview!! just thought id ask if anyone knew of them or maybe are working for them just to get some more info on the company really. hope someone can help? many thanks Rachel:biggrin:
  12. GaryandGillDublin

    Anyone heard from WA re: SS??

    Hey, Just wondering if anybody has heard anything in the last couple of days from WA migration re state sponsorship? I know at the beginning of the week there seemed to be a few posts on here about people hearing from them and getting approval. Just wondered has movement slowed down.. :confused: Am so anxious to hear about ours and really hope it is a postive outcome :daydreaming: Cheers x
  13. Just wondering if anyone has heard anything from the Melbourne office. Im wondering if they are all atill on holiday or are just moving paer around? ENS 856 employer nomination submitted 01/11/10. I know its still early days. Just wondering if anyone else has any news?
  14. Guest

    Just Heard

    Hello to everyone in WA, as the title suggests we have just heard from Fremantle Hospital that my wife has been accepted for the graduate mental health program starting in august. Despite months of reading most of the posts on this marvellous site every aspect of planning our move has suddenly decided to go walkabout. Can some kind soul please tell me where we should live, send the boys to school (ages 17, 14,10 and 9) and every thing else I should really know. We have had two recce runs but they were both to Melbourne, I also spent 5 years there as the son of £25 poms before they decided to drag me back to the UK. Didn't even Know Perth existed. All advise will be gratefully accepted and probably forgotten in the mad panic of the next few months. Cheers Des
  15. Hi we lodged our visa 21 months ago and not heard anything back. We are applying for skilled migration 175. Would love to hear from anyone in the same situation. Feel like our life as been on hold and get a bit fed up not knowing whats going to happen either way. Thanks x
  16. Hey, My online status as well as my recent inquiry to DIAC refers to the allocation of case officer in my 886 application- Priority category 3, on 16/08/2010 !! But havent got any updates since then ! Only the documents changed to RECEIVED!!! Anyone with same situation? I thought its gonna take 2 months max for decision after the allocation !!! Any advice, suggestion? Cheers !
  17. Hi all, Those who applied after 3rd November 2010 for VIC SS got any reply from them? :wubclub:
  18. is this true--people say its a lot like the uk (weather wise)--ive never been to tassie,but from what i believe its a wunderfull place to live--is this true:wubclub:
  19. Hi not been on this forum for a long time I was just wandering if anybody knows of waiting time’s for visa submitted before 26/02/10 I submitted my 176 visa before this date as asked to by my agent and paid DIAC but I have heard nothing I have asked my agent who says that it can take a long time at present as there is a long waiting list it seems that some people can get there visa processed in rapid time and other just seem to spend spend there money for nothing to happen can anybody shed any light on times scales please could do with a bit of good news in all this gloom. Many thanks Eddie & family hoping to move to canberra sooner than later figers crossed.
  20. Guest

    Anyone heard of Camco ?

    Hey guys, Just a quick question if we may ... Has anyone heard for a compnay called Camco in Magill, Adelaide ? Many thanks in advance :wubclub:
  21. Hi, Has anyone had ACT SS granted in the past month? They have not updated their website processing times since 8th April and still advising a Normal App is taking 30 working days. We have reached 30 working days (6 weeks) and i know another member has been waiting 9 weeks to date and still no news. Just wondering if anyone out there has had any luck lately and how long has it taken to come through? Cheers Claire
  22. To sign go to Migration changes and visa capping Preamble- Migration changes and visa capping Migration Amendment (Visa Capping) Bill 2010 Visa capping retrospectively a crime against humanity View where signers are geographically clustered via Google Maps Note: This legislation is about to be approved. Please sign and forward this to your friends all over the world. (You will have no repercussions by signing this even if you are temporary residents) If the minister were to cap and terminate the applications then applicants may only have 28 days to wind up their affairs and leave. Some of these applicants would have been in Australia for years and waiting for a decision after lodging valid applications for PR. They may have found good jobs and well settled in Australia. Some may have married and have children, purchased property etc; Visa capping retrospectively a crime against humanity (Visa capping retrospectively a crime against humanity - DLegal - Australian Solicitors and Migration Lawyers)
  23. Hi all We're eagerly awaiting our ACS skills assessment result. We applied online on 19th Feb and send the documents straight off, I think they emailed to say they'd received them about 2 weeks later. We're doing it alone and not through an agent. Was just wondering if anyone had had their result lately and how long they're taking? I know they say 12 weeks but it seems that some people have had them a lot quicker in the past... Just impatient :eek: I was also wondering if the 12 weeks was from when we applied online or when the documents were received? We haven't gone RPL, just certificates etc. Status is still saying 'in process' If anyone has heard lately, would be great to hear from you.
  24. I'm guessing I'm not the only one but I've recently had a positive assessment under 2231-79 .NET Tech Specialist. Has anyone heard from the ACS as to what they intend to do about exisiting skills assessments under the old ASCO code. I emailed them last night but hear nothing back yet. Think I will ring them tonight when they start...I'm not expecting a decent answer from them though. I can't believe DIAC/ACS would just let people continue to have their skills assessed knowing that the old ASCO codes might be useless. I'll let you know when I know. Cheers
  25. bunbury61

    Anyone heard of the EDL ?

    Rightly or wrongly its growing .......its a movement that has one agenda ....stopping muslim extremists . There is a march to oppose the building of an £18 million mosque in the black country on saturday ......there is a counter demo planned .....more violence i fear. I was talking to 2 off duty senior police officers the other day ,and they reckon the EDL is growing fast. The irony is .....the leader of the EDL is a sikh !!!!!!
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