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  1. bennyboy

    Saying good bye is looming

    Hi everyone, Why is it when on occassions such as Mother's Day or family Birthdays' etc..... these are the times when sitting across the table from your mother-in-law/father-in-law after a nice dinner, you look at her and think i am taking your son away from you next year-wonder what she really thinks when we a re all together? Should we make the most of it and plan more meals as a family together? Suddenly i am feeling racked with guilt. But it's going to happen eventually so i just think of our new life on Oz and the guilt goes away. OR DOES IT?? Has anyone had these feelings when you have been with family and are having a good time, then you start to think are we really doing the right thing? Can we really leave family/friends etc and start all over again with making new friends etc....even if you have family in Oz that will help you settle. I hate the thought of saying good bye to nearest and dearest, but when i'm not with family i don't think of the guilt, my o/h is waiting for partner visa to be grantd (applied in Feb and have been told won't hear until at least Jul) so i know when he get's it the excitement really starts!!!!! Any way, sorry for the rambling on but just like to know what other people feel at times whilst waiting to make the move?:hug: Cheers
  2. Read this link it could possibly be good news for us tradies. WA labour shortage looming again - The West Australian
  3. Dear all, yes I am projecting a little! There has been a meeting at my Hubby's work today about a couple of technicians being made redundant. They will not find out who until Friday 13 (what a date eh!). So, my question is, what happens if he is made redundant with our Visa Application? I know we will have to inform the DIAC but, what is the timeline with regard to our Visa Application being valid and still acceptable (yes I have looked but as I am stressing just a little, understatement, I can't find it)?:cry: Thanks Ley x
  4. Hi there am hoping someone has been through this before - we are returning later this year and my son is now applying to unis in UK through UCAS. We want to make a case for domestic fees based on the fact that my son was a minor when we came two years ago and therefore he had no choice but to come with us. We have to state on the UCAS form our postal and residential addresses which are currently Australia. We have been advised by a colleague in Uk to put down parents address in UK as residential address ( where our UK bank accounts, credit cards etc.. are registered to), but it is obvious from rest of form ( school details , references etc) that we are still in OZ. We thought we could put Oz down as postal address and UK down as permanent home address. We dont want to get in any trouble and affect his chances of getting in. Has anyone done anything similar?? Thanks for any help of advice you might have.