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Old 03-21-2010, 01:02 PM
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hello all forum members. i am a newbie here. i am an aircraft engineer with avionics trade and ten years of experience. i intend to apply for australian immigration in subclass 176. but i need little advice from experienced members. out of six states four give sponsorship for my profession. new south wales and queensland are the exception. can someone advice me which state's sponsorship should i apply for. apparently i think melbourne in victoria is a good choice as it is second largest city in australia. i think there would be much aviation activity in melbourne and it would be easy for me to get aviation job there. by the way can i apply for sponsorship of more than one state simultaneously?


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hello all forum members. i am a newbie here. i am an aircraft engineer with avionics trade and ten years of experience. i intend to apply for australian immigration in subclass 176. but i need little advice from experienced members. out of six states four give sponsorship for my profession. new south wales and queensland are the exception. can someone advice me which state's sponsorship should i apply for. apparently i think melbourne in victoria is a good choice as it is second largest city in australia. i think there would be much aviation activity in melbourne and it would be easy for me to get aviation job there. by the way can i apply for sponsorship of more than one state simultaneously?
Welcome to the forum umarmunir and yes, Victoria would seem a good state sponsorsjhip for you and better to stick with just one state rather than load up more government organisations than you need to.
Also check out the Sticky thread re immigration changes in the Visas & Immigration section.





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