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Hi All, I need some help/guidance/support regarding emigrating to Australia, so anything anyone can advise will go along way. I am hoping to be offered a position for a role in Australia (although highly unlikely that ill get it) but i need to understand more details around the Australlian 457 Visa and anything that i can do to assist myself and my family getting Permanent Residency. Obviously moving to Australia on a 457 Employer Sponsored Visa is probably the quickest way to get myself, my wife, 2 step kids and another on the way but i understand it carries huge risk which is where my concern lies, im sure all will understand that uprooting the kids from school/college is a big thing and i have read that if you lose your sponsorship you have 28 days to find another one or be expected to leave. Can anyone give any information on there own experiences using the 457 Visa, im sure there are plenty of posts similar to this but i am new here so figured it best to start another post. We would obviously like to get Permanent Residency ASAP but i dont know the rules around this or even where to start. Guys can anyone shed any light/assistance please....... :confused:
Hi, Was hoping someone could help me with a few questions....have just started into the whole 136 general skilled migration visa and it is all quite daunting..... any advice on any of the below would be much much appreciated... 1) I am a chartered accountant and am unsure what specific letters (eg 'good standing' & 'Professional Conduct Directorate') I require from ICAEW for the skills assessment to be sent to the ICAA. Has anyone else used the ICAEW for this?? 2) I am very reluctant to pay to use a migration agent. Is it wise to go it alone or do-able..for anyone thats come through the other end? 3) Is it best to front load your medical and policecheck (and risk the 12 month expiry) or wait until they are requested from DIMIA? 4) What is the current processing time...I have done some research into earlier applications but am concerned that the number of applications is increasing steadily and the processing time will now be much longer... like say..any advice at all would be much much appreciated...