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  1. Hi Everyone, I'm having a little worry and thought I'd ask you guys before I call DIAC I've submitted my 801/820 Partner Visa application and my WHV is valid until 7 Dec, DIAC have already granted me BVA for when my WHV runs out and I am planning on going to see my OH's God Son with him on 3 Dec until 18 Dec and we will be flying to the Gold Coast from Sydney to see him...my question is do I have to tell DIAC I am doing this? Am I ok to fly within Australia on my WHV/BVA as long as I take my letters from DIAC as proof? This is probably a straight forward yes or no answer but thought I'd just check as the time is looming!! Thanks everyone :biggrin:
  2. Hi All, I can't seem to find a definitive answer to this. Any help would be appreciated.:notworthy: We are shipping our car on roll on roll off as it's so much cheaper than a container. The question is can we put personal possessions both in the boot and on the back seat? Thanks Dawn x
  3. We are shipping our car in the same container as our household goods. Does anyone know if i will be able to put some of our household goods inside the car?
  4. mporting my van with my tools and clothes etc inside? Hi there, great forum I've been reading through a few threads which have been very informative, but i have a specific question. i would like to export my 2004 Ford Transit Connect SWB ( value £3500 ) from England to Aus with my work tools and my clothes, computer, books etc inside the van. My thinking is that i can turn up in Aus with everything i need to live and start work. I know about the modifications that may be necessary to the van and the cleaning of the tools etc and i'm not bothered if it costs me as much as buying the van in Aus So my question is, am i allowed to put my belongings in the van ( in crates ) and export it? Connect's seem rare in Aus and i think it would be unique and eyecatching once sign written plus it's a diesel ( most vans are petrol in Aus ) so would be much better on fuel, also commercial vehicles only attract 5% tax or so i'm led to believe A good plan? Or not? It doesn't have aircon but my mates car doesn't either and he lives in Sydney. Thanks, Aaron.
  5. Guest

    Travelling inside of Oz?

    Hi everyone - I dont know if this is in the wrong place, I wasn't really sure where to place it. My query is, as a BRITISH passport holder, do I need to bring my passport with me to the airport when travelling within Australia? I just got my first stage spouse visa (Subclass 820) and I am travelling from Perth to Queensland, and my spouse says I don't need a passport to do that, since we are not leaving Australia, but I wanted confirmation that is the case for British Citizens and not just Australians. If anybody could let me know, that would be great! Thanks, all! :hug:
  6. Am I allowed to post this again? I am not sure how much traffic the Job forum gets. Mods, if it's not allowed, please can you delete this post for me. Rx Hi All Hubby is looking for an “Inside Sales Rep” for the APAC region. I have posted a bit of info below, but if you are interested in applying, please PM me with you email address and I will send out more details about the job and how to apply. You must have PR and either be already living in Australia, or able to be in Australia fairly soon. There are NO relocation expenses. Your location within Australia is not important. Let me know if you have any questions. Love Rudi x Inside Sales Representative (APAC) I. JOB SUMMARY The Inside Sales Representative is responsible for handling inbound sales leads and converting them to new business. This position will be based in Australia or New Zealand. II. QUALIFICATIONS ACADEMIC: Bachelor’s Degree required (a combination of education and experience will be considered) EXPERIENCE: Two - three (2 -3) years experience selling enterprise software e.g. virtualization solutions from either VMware, Microsoft or Citrix or a similar area of Infrastructure computing VMware VSP, VTSP certification is a strong plus Exceptional verbal and written communications skills Excellent electronic correspondence skills, with knowledge of basic business research tools Ability to work independently with limited direction in a fast-paced environment; must be a high-energy, motivated self-starter Ability to adapt to changes in roles and responsibilities § Other languages especially Asian or Russian are a plus but not a requirement Experience of work abroad or in international company is a plus Knowledge of VMware’s or Microsoft’s selling methodology is a plus
  7. gaz&family

    inside knowledge

    we were over in Australia last October/November validating our visas and are planning on moving for good in October this year anyway I having been before it was my wife who needed to see brisbane and the sunny coast we have now decided that it is Redcliffe or Margate that we want to live and we are just after info regarding schools, realestate etc what you cant get off a computer screen. Anything would be great thanks.
  8. Hi All Hubby is looking for an “Inside Sales Rep” for the APAC region. I have posted a bit of info below, but if you are interested in applying, please PM me with you email address and I will send out more details about the job and how to apply. You must have PR and either be already living in Australia, or able to be in Australia fairly soon. There are NO relocation expenses. Your location within Australia is not important. Let me know if you have any questions. Love Rudi x Inside Sales Representative (APAC) I. JOB SUMMARY The Inside Sales Representative is responsible for handling inbound sales leads and converting them to new business. This position will be based in Australia or New Zealand. II. QUALIFICATIONS ACADEMIC: Bachelor’s Degree required (a combination of education and experience will be considered) EXPERIENCE: Two - three (2 -3) years experience selling enterprise software e.g. virtualization solutions from either VMware, Microsoft or Citrix or a similar area of Infrastructure computing VMware VSP, VTSP certification is a strong plus Exceptional verbal and written communications skills Excellent electronic correspondence skills, with knowledge of basic business research tools Ability to work independently with limited direction in a fast-paced environment; must be a high-energy, motivated self-starter Ability to adapt to changes in roles and responsibilities § Other languages especially Asian or Russian are a plus but not a requirement Experience of work abroad or in international company is a plus Knowledge of VMware’s or Microsoft’s selling methodology is a plus
  9. Guest

    Which Visa Inside Oz Please!!!?

    Hello everyone Im new to the site and would appreciate any advice! My father, fathers partner, brother and sister (3&4) migrated to oz 9 months ago, i have arrived 6 months ago on a temporary working visa and would like to find out which is the best visa to apply for inside australia im a qualified bricklayer on the MODL list and i am 25 is there a temporary skilled visa which leads to a permanent visa? or can i apply for a skilled visa straight off? any info would be much appreciated!!!!:wink:
  10. My mum sent passport off same day as received visa grant, that was last thursday 10th july. passport came in post yesterday thursday 17th july with visa inside. all the best to all waiting.:jiggy:
  11. Guest

    inside or oustide Australia?

    My partner is currently in Australia and I am back home in the US. We will be applying online (in the next two weeks we hope) for the 457 employer sponsored visa for him with me as defacto. In several places on the forms and immi website there are statements like "if you are applying in Australia then do this now" or "if you are applying outside Australia then wait for instructions"....my question is how does this apply to us since he is "in" and I am "out"? Has anyone else been in this situation who can advise? :wideeyed: Thank you for your help. D
  12. hi just a tip, when sorting out stuff you are taking to oz and what you are tipping, make sure you look inside especaily old suit cases, i have just relise in the middle of all the stress of moving, we got rid of some old cases and inside one was my wedding dress and flowers, what makes it worse is attached to my flowers was a scarf my nan gave me when i was sixteen for christmas, she die ten months later, so she didint make my wedding, when my flowers was made i ask if the scarf could be attached some how, that way she was there, and the same flowers was at my boys christening, so just make sure you check every thing, i am so gutted i dont care about dress i just want my flowers, and it to late to sort anything out, as we have recived contanier in oz and relise what we have done:arghh:, one mintue you have months to move next thing its days hope this helps anyone.
  13. Hi People i am hit with a problem and i am in need of some advice from you good old people that know your beans regarding immigration. Well then as ever its complicated, but i will try to keep it short and sweet. I have been in Auss (perth) since 18th Dec 2007, firstly on a ETA holiday visa, this was set to expire after 90 days (13th March) so i extended the holiday visa online, for another 90 days which will take me to mid June before my time is up and i have to return to blighty. Since i landed i have been heavily involved in getting a sponsor 457 visa but as my time reaches a close i am thinking that a working holiday visa will be better for me and less hassle. The big problem i have is i have ' no further stay ' condition on my current holiday visa so i am not sure how this will work? Am i right in saying i can leave aus and go to bali or thailand, and apply for a working holiday visa there? If you know what your talking about and i must say i have great advice from the moderators before now then please spare 5 minutes to stop me whinging. Thanks again and bye:notworthy:
  14. Hi folks, My wife and I are leaving Edinburgh on January 1st and flying via Singapore to arrive in Sydney on January 3rd. What a start to the new year! Now, we're both seriously into our food and wine. My favourite way to spend a day is trawling round the butchers, fishmongers, grocers and deli for the best local produce I can find and then spending a few hours cooking and listening to some music with a glass of wine, before sitting down to a good meal with or without friends. Now it might sound a bit like a bad montage scene from Notting Hill, but it's how I enjoy spending my time off! The thing is, I have all my sources well sussed out here. I know who does the best lamb, who'll get me some bone marrow or calf shin when I want it and where to go for the best cheese. I'm going to be a bit lost when I arrive and I could use some expert local advice. On the one hand Sydney is a much bigger city and I expect the quality of the seafood will be off the chart in comparison (I'd be lying if I said that didn't have quite abit to do with the move), but is the Fish Market the best place to go? Do you know any nice wee butchers who will tell me where their meat is from and will sell me rabbit and nice, well hung, chunks of lamb and beef? While I am going to try and lose a bit of weight when I arrive I think cutting of the good cheese supply entirely might kill me faster than the hideaous mutated offspring of a Funnelweb and a Great White. Any good tips for Delis? I'm well prepared for the lack of French, Spanish, Italian, Californian etc wine, but I'm hoping it'll be balanced with the opportunity to try all the great Aussie stuff that you never send over here (sly dogs!). Any good wine merchants or warehouse type places that you can recommend? Any restaurant recommendations are also hugely welcome. Everybody knows Tetsuya and Rockpool but unless I rob a few banks, they will be an occasional treat. I'm don’t care if it's fine dining or sitting on a bucket at a market stall, as long as the food is good! Cheers
  15. hello everyone , me and my family are migrating to canberra . can anyone give me cost of living examples on gas and elec ,renting prices and bonds . i have just passed my skills assesment and need this info for state nomination . many thanks to those who can help
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