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Old 09-01-2012, 12:48 AM
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Hard to say mate, with the information you provided its hard to go into specifics. But I can say IT in government, well you got to have some really good / unique skill that Government can't get in Australia because generally you need to be PR or Citizen to be employed in Govt. so I doubt generic skills will cut it, plus thousands of IT professionals have had their job cut, highly qualified people too I must say, not just generic.

I hate to sound bleak & don't want to dampen your prospects, but that is my honest & frank opinion. But it doesn't hurt to put an EOI in you might be just what they are looking for.

I'd try ENS, at least you know you have a job to go to.

Goodluck whichever visa you go with.


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Old 09-04-2012, 04:44 AM
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Hard to say mate, with the information you provided its hard to go into specifics. But I can say IT in government, well you got to have some really good / unique skill that Government can't get in Australia because generally you need to be PR or Citizen to be employed in Govt. so I doubt generic skills will cut it, plus thousands of IT professionals have had their job cut, highly qualified people too I must say, not just generic.

I hate to sound bleak & don't want to dampen your prospects, but that is my honest & frank opinion. But it doesn't hurt to put an EOI in you might be just what they are looking for.

I'd try ENS, at least you know you have a job to go to.

Goodluck whichever visa you go with.
Thank you for the honest advice again. Even if the chances are bleak I will at least try. I really like Australia. If by some one in a million chance I am successful, it would be the greatest thing for me in my life.

So I will go ahead with my application. I will seriously consider the ENS option but I still need to do some more research online first. Whatever the results are, I'll make sure to post them on the forum.

Have a good day, Mate!
Appreciate all the help you have given so far.


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Old 09-04-2012, 02:02 PM
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That's the spirit! You will never know unless you try. Maybe you might be lucky.

Good Luck with your migration plans to Australia, as hard as it might be, it really is like a great place to live.


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Old 10-08-2012, 08:42 AM
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That's the spirit! You will never know unless you try. Maybe you might be lucky.

Good Luck with your migration plans to Australia, as hard as it might be, it really is like a great place to live.
Thanks for the encouragement. I have already applied for IELTS. My exam is this coming Saturday. I hope I can score more than 8 in each module so I can get maximum points for the language.

Sorry to bother you again but I have one more question. Which part of Australia should I consider moving to ? I don't want to go to the big cities like Sydney or Melbourne etc. I want to be in a city which is not too small but still affordable and where all the necessities are avialable. A place where I can find a decent job, even if it is not very high paying. Also a place where there aren't too many immigrants already. Please don't get me wrong. I have nothing against fellow migrants. I just don't want to go to another country and still be living in a cocoon like many other people do when they move. For example the Chinese, Muslims, Indians usually all make their own little communities and live in them, and sometimes don't mix with the outside people at all. I don't want that. If I am ever lucky enough to go to Australia , I want to live with fellow Australians to learn about their life and live like they do.

Have you heard of toowomba ? It's in Southern Queensland. My girlfriend is doing her Masters degree online from there. Would that be a good city to live in ?

I would really appreicate your advice.
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That's the spirit! You will never know unless you try. Maybe you might be lucky.

Good Luck with your migration plans to Australia, as hard as it might be, it really is like a great place to live.
Thanks for the encouragement. I have already applied for IELTS. My exam is this coming Saturday. I hope I can score more than 8 in each module so I can get maximum points for the language.

Sorry to bother you again but I have one more question. Which part of Australia should I consider moving to ? I don't want to go to the big cities like Sydney or Melbourne etc. I want to be in a city which is not too small but still affordable and where all the necessities are avialable. A place where I can find a decent job, even if it is not very high paying. Also a place where there aren't too many immigrants already. Please don't get me wrong. I have nothing against fellow migrants. I just don't want to go to another country and still be living in a cocoon like many other people do when they move. For example the Chinese, Muslims, Indians usually all make their own little communities and live in them, and sometimes don't mix with the outside people at all. I don't want that. If I am ever lucky enough to go to Australia , I want to live with fellow Australians to learn about their life and live like they do.

Have you heard of toowomba ? It's in Southern Queensland. My girlfriend is doing her Masters degree online from there. Would that be a good city to live in ?

I would really appreicate your advice.
Cheers


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