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Financial Support For State Sponsored Migrants


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Old 09-26-2012, 01:14 PM
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Financial Support For State Sponsored Migrants

Hello Everyone,

I am from Pakistan and by profession I am a software engineer, I am off to Melbourne, Australia next month on Victorian State Sponsored migrant visa (subclass 176).
I would like to know that does state or government give me any financial support (subsidies) in case if I donít have any job there? If yes, please tell me in detail.

Thanks & Best Regards
Muhammad Asim


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Old 09-27-2012, 01:15 AM
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Hello Everyone,

I am from Pakistan and by profession I am a software engineer, I am off to Melbourne, Australia next month on Victorian State Sponsored migrant visa (subclass 176).
I would like to know that does state or government give me any financial support (subsidies) in case if I don’t have any job there? If yes, please tell me in detail.

Thanks & Best Regards
Muhammad Asim
Uhm I wouldn't have thought so. Isn't it a condition of state sponsorship that you have enough funds to settle at least for 3-6 months?! (I'm applying for same & was told it was necessary to have at least $10,000AUD. You should be able to get a job within that time frame... hopefully

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Old 09-27-2012, 05:38 AM
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Uhm I wouldn't have thought so. Isn't it a condition of state sponsorship that you have enough funds to settle at least for 3-6 months?! (I'm applying for same & was told it was necessary to have at least $10,000AUD. You should be able to get a job within that time frame... hopefully
Yes, i have same thoughts, but actually yesterday one of my mate told me that he red somewhere that Government pays subsidies to jobless migrants, so i wanted to confirm that either state sponsored migrants get this or not.


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