By CTM5198Hello so I've recently lodged a citizenship application and one of the pages required me to fill out any possible future travel, with exact dates (which I assumed was for emergency/urgent travel that was deemed absolutely necessary). I've heard rumours of how "you're not allowed to leave Australia in the timeframe between your application lodgement and the response date (AKA the date when they organise the test)". I wanted to know if this was true? - The Department of Immigration site isn't too clear and only stipulates that you can't travel before your ceremony, as your PR will be cancelled thus requiring you to return to Aus on a RRV (correct me if I'm wrong). It's been over 4 years since I left England, I'm becoming very homesick and 10-14 months is an awfully long time.
Are there any restrictions on 457 visa?
My agent told me that I can only leave 28 days?
However, I can't find any rules about this.
I have to go back to my country for about 3~6 months, cuz my grandmother is very ill and my family wants me to stay with her.
Need some advice, help!
Thanks very much.
ive been a member on here for a while now and I'm seriously considering travelling to Australia.
I'm willing to go alone however it would of course be lovely to have a travel companion and gain a new friendship!
if anybody is interested in going to Australia from the UK please message me so we can discuss!
im from Cheshire, UK.
By oliviaaaaHey, my friend and I are both thinking of moving to the bay next year even though parents aren't happy so the won't help us find the information on the bay. We would like to know is it worth it for a year fresh out of school? Can we study there? Is it expensive? Will we find work? Are the bills manageable on a teen wage? Is there financial support there? Is it recommended for two best friends who want out of home?