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  1. Hi, I was wondering if anyone might have had their visa approved without providing (all) the police clearance certificates for every country they lived in (over 12 months in the last 10 years)? My husband and I worked in China for a few years but are now working in Australia (applying for our PR now) and are at a total loss with the police checks from China (I know where to get it, the problem is that we are not able to return to China to do this and do not have the documents required to get this in any event.) Hence, I was wondering if anyone might have had their visa approved without providing all the police clearance certificates? (e.g. just provide the ones we can - from Australia and our home countries) I apologise if this has been asked, I have tried searching the forums but may have missed it. Would really appreciate hearing if anyone else has been in a similar situation and what happened for you / other suggestions as to what we could do. Thank you.
  2. Hey all, My company (GlobalForce Resource) are looking to place mechanics with either construction, mining, HGV or auto dealership experience for positions across different regions in Australia. We have approximately 100 positions that need to be filled right now so if you are interested we would be happy to speak to you about the various roles and contracts, pm me for more info or email carol@globalforceresource.com . *Note that our clients will provide visas to placed candidates as well as assistance to the families should they decide to relocate. Thanks again GlobalTrotter x
  3. Leading Hand and Farmhands wanted for irrigated and dryland farming property. Leading Hands must have prior irrigation experience and work as a team with staff and management. Farmhands would require some machinery or irrigation experience. Modern house or single accommodation provided.
  4. If you are an experienced Senior Java Developer with sound practical understanding of OO techniques and concepts and at least 7 years experience, thorough understanding of the software development lifecycle , ability to write well-structured, easy to maintain code we want to hear from you. Java Developers essential capabilities: strong commercial experience inJ2EE; Hibernate; Spring; JSP; JavaScript; WebLogic and related tools. The roles involve defining software requirements, designing the solution and developing new software for our clients. You will be expected to provide mentoring and technical l leadership to more junior members of your team. You will also have a track record of meeting deadlines and producing high quality output. You should be able to work cooperatively in a team environment and use your excellent interpersonal skills and outstanding oral and written communication to achieve great outcomes for our clients. At Dialog, our whole approach is based on four key values: Involved, Committed, Can Do, Always. If you share these values and want to develop your career in a progressive company that cares about its clients and its people, send us your resume immediately. Join our stimulating team of professional, enthusiastic and experienced people, where communication, personal development and your career are high on our agenda. Rapid career progression and an excellent benefits package are being offered for the right people. Dialog is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants WHO ARE NOT Australian residents will need valid passport. 457 VISA Sponsorship available to successful candidates. PM me for details
  5. With all the recent changes to the Immigration process since September 2009 and the recommencing of the Category 5 applicants there has been some frustrations lately regarding how the DIAC have been processing these applicants. I was therefore asked, of behalf of Poms in Oz members, to contact David Wilden (the Regional Director for Europe) at the Australian House in London to see if we could get some information on how the DIAC deal with these applications. This morning I have now received a response from David. Firstly, I would like to say a big thank you to David Wilden for supporting Poms in Oz and its members and helping to bring some understanding to the Category 5 situation. He has been a great link to the DIAC and produced some very valuable information, and for this we are very grateful. For those who missed the email I sent, I will post that again and then I will post David's response... You can then post your comments below. Many thanks Tasha :wubclub:
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    How is the visa provided?

    Hello all! I know it's probably a very silly question but how is the visa supplied (subclass 143). When I got mine 11 years ago we had to send our passports off to London house and they were "stuck in". How are they supplied nowadays?? Cheers in advance!
  7. I am having a BBQ sat 25 aug alcohol may be involved ....:idea: All welcome (even Dan,but he has to bring his own sheep!) i could regret this ..............:policeman: ................:goofy::goofy:
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