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Old 01-30-2012, 01:51 PM
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Hey guys, Im a qualified turner and a certified cnc programmer on fanuc control. Ive been trying to use my qualification to get me into australia but so far no luck. I know its really difficult to get a sponsorship visa but its my only option because the skilled migrant visa is going to cost me about R40 000 in total. thats really a lot of money and its not even guarenteed that im going to be able to live there. Can anybody help me in any way?


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