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I wants to work in Australia as a farm labour


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Old 09-08-2010, 03:45 AM
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I wants to work in Australia as a farm labour

I am Malaysian wants to work in Australia. But i don't know how to. Does anybody know where can i find a job in agriculture? any jobs....


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Old 09-08-2010, 06:24 AM
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The only ways of legally being able to work in Australia for someone from abroad is to be able to get either a Working Holiday Visa [ Malaysia not in that ] or an independent or employer sponsored skilled visa and more skill than farm labouring is involved.
People on student visas are allowed to work for 20 hours/week and on a tourist visa there is also WWOOF Australia Official Website but that is just working for food and accomodation, no payment involved.
Have a look at Department of Immigration & Citizenship and there's a menu system from header and more information in the Visa & Immigration section of the forum.





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The only ways of legally being able to work in Australia for someone from abroad is to be able to get either a Working Holiday Visa [ Malaysia not in that ] or an independent or employer sponsored skilled visa and more skill than farm labouring is involved.
Thank you Wanderer for replied my post. Erm, but as far as i am concern i first need to get offer letter from employer right? Then after that i am allowed to apply for Working Holiday Visa. Am i correct? Really needs helps from you


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The Immi site has all eligibility info and I suggest you have a read but essentially you need skills/qualifications.





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Hi Wanderer
Thank you for this useful information.It is very helpful.


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Old 05-06-2015, 08:38 AM
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hi all, glad to meet u..
I am sugitha from southindia.
working as "Dairy Farm-Labour advicer"
company having morethan 450 dairy farmers/600 farm labours in SI.
I am happy to knowledge share my dairy experience here
thanking you...sugithaagri at gmail dot com


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