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I am planning to apply for Skilled Migration (176) - Eligible Relative Sponsored , My passport is about to expire in the first half of 2012, that there is one year for expiry. The below link is giving me aches, General Skilled Migration It says - The passport you use should be the one you intend to use to travel to Australia if a visa is granted. This passport should be valid for at least two years. Would I need to get a fresh passport before I apply ?
Guest posted a topic in Visa ChatHello - my partner is currently in Australia on a working holiday visa. We will be marrying soon and applying for him to migrate as my spouse. I have a working holiday visa question. My partner worked for three months, from March-May, doing part-time casual tutoring for a local university. He has been offered another three-month contract with the same university, from mid-July to mid-October. We weren't sure, though, whether he were allowed to take another contract. The total amount of working time won't exceed six months, but the employment is spread over more than six months of the calendar year, because the six-week term break, during which he didn't work and wasn't paid, intrudes in the middle. How do they calculate the "six months" maximum working time for a given employer? Do you just count the weeks when you actually perform work, until those add up to the equivalent of six months? Or does a clock start ticking from the first day you start working, and six months after that date you can no longer work for that employer, even if there have been breaks in employment during that six-month period? Hope this makes sense...