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Hi All Just wanted to say that we are so happy - we have passed the TRA today yipee!!! so pleased that we can now move on to the next step. We have had the valuers out and the house is going on the market next week, we thought we better put it up for sale as soon as possible as the market over here is terrible at the moment. Just wondering though if anyone else out there is a bit like me - now that we have passed im starting to get really nervous about the whole thing, when we decided to start the process back in Jan this year I was so sure that it was the right thing to do, now I'm starting to have doubts not sure if this is normal its like being on an emotional rollercoaster, one minute I cant wait to get over there and the next minute I cant remember why I want to go, my head is mashed!!! would love to hear from anyone who is going or has gone through the same motions. Good Luck to everyone else thats applying for TRA/ VISA etc.:laugh:
Guest posted a topic in Aussie ChatIt has only just dawned on me that we completed 'Phase 1' last week - the move out of our home is over! After months of waiting & a week of frenzied activity our possessions are now waiting to be put in a container & shipped; & we are living with my sis-in-law for the next 3.5 weeks! :jiggy: Phase 2 is selling our cars, phase 3 is packing our stuff (90kg sounds like a lot of luggage, but I think we'll still struggle!), and phase 4 is the bit where we get on the plane & fly away.:twitcy: Has anyone else 'phased' their migration in their mind? If so, what are your phases?! Good luck to all embarking on the rollercoaster that is emigration! Sarah
Folks, I have been feeling really down the past couple of days and I was wondering if this is a phase to be expected in the emigration process. I have absolutely nothing to be depressed about, we have jobs lined up in Perth & the 457 visa application should be lodged soon so our dreams are all about to come true and we only started the process in February. I feel like there is so much to be done but without knowing exactly when we are going I don't know where to start or what to do. I stopped working to go off on our reccy and really have no motivation to get going again, I have taken some work but I am not enjoying it. We're pretty skint and trying not to touch savings so have no nights out etc. planned but to be honest i don't even feel like being sociable. It's like I don't want to be happy in Scotland any more. People have hinted we should be planning a big party before we go but I can't face that idea at all. Is this normal during the 'we're going but don't know when phase'?? Jules