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Hi All

My wife's brother is planning to move to Perth. We are looking into sponsoring them can anybody advise what visas we need to look at and a rough idea of cost. He is moving with his wife and 2 kids who are 3 & 1

 

Also can anybody advise of a decent reliable visa agent in Joondalup area

 

Thank you all in advance

Ian


NOT USING AGENT TRA SENT 31/01/2007 TRA PASSED 02/03/2007 DONE NOTHING FOR A WHILE ( FOOLS )SENT VISA 137 17/05/2007 PAYMENT TAKEN 04/06/2007 PRE VISA ACKNOWLEGED 06/07/2007VISA ACKNOWLEGED 16/08/2007CASE OFFICER 20/09/2007X-RAYS 21/09/2007

POLICE CHECKS SENT FOR 21/09/2007MEDICALS COMPLETE 25/09/2007 VISA RECEIVED 21/11/2007:jiggy:

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Does he or his partner have an occupation on the sol or csol?


Has two beautiful Aussie little girls :-)

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His wife is a primary school teacher who has past one of the age group tra's for wa sponsorship but when she was invited to apply she was told she needed a job offer within 30 days.

 

I know of somebody else who has been rejected in this way. It's a bit of a strange one as I don't know how any teach could get a job offer within 30 days who is not in the country.....seems like a bit of a con....


NOT USING AGENT TRA SENT 31/01/2007 TRA PASSED 02/03/2007 DONE NOTHING FOR A WHILE ( FOOLS )SENT VISA 137 17/05/2007 PAYMENT TAKEN 04/06/2007 PRE VISA ACKNOWLEGED 06/07/2007VISA ACKNOWLEGED 16/08/2007CASE OFFICER 20/09/2007X-RAYS 21/09/2007

POLICE CHECKS SENT FOR 21/09/2007MEDICALS COMPLETE 25/09/2007 VISA RECEIVED 21/11/2007:jiggy:

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His wife is a primary school teacher who has past one of the age group tra's for wa sponsorship but when she was invited to apply she was told she needed a job offer within 30 days.

 

I know of somebody else who has been rejected in this way. It's a bit of a strange one as I don't know how any teach could get a job offer within 30 days who is not in the country.....seems like a bit of a con....

 

Realistically no, hardly anyone is going to be able to secure a job offer from overseas, but there could be somebody already in the country, maybe with a job but not a PR visa and unable to get employer sponsored for whatever reason. I don't think anyone is being conned out of anything.

 

Anyway no unfortunately family sponsorship is only an option for jobs on the SOL, so you cannot sponsor them.

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It's not a con. It's a way of ensuring that new migrants are assured a job when they get here. I assume these are occupations where there is lower availability so they minimise people getting here and not being able to find work.

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