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Old 10-24-2010, 03:36 PM
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Hi Irish family,
Good to hear yr family planning migration to Australia. The 'DownUnder' is a huge country's by its look in the world map and it's in fact difficult to decide which country to settled down. All countries along coastal regions are deemed favourable as long job is the main concern of all factors to afford the living there. With a potential employer's sponsorship means job is gauranteed without having to worry sick seeking job in the new envir.
I'm a Malaysian chinese still locating in Kuching Sarawak at the moment. My family of 4 with children aged 15 & 9 officially granted Australian PR in June 2009. In fact, since we lodge in our PR application, it took about 1 1/2 yrs to have had our PR approved due to certain changes in the new immigration policies imposed by the government.
Fyi, you may need some patience....it will take a lenght of time to have yr PR application transacted by the authorities.
We will be spending our new year eve in mid air flight and landing at Adelaide SA on the 1st Jan. 2011 to start our new living there.
Upon arrival there, my main concerns is to start looking up for a decent job earnings to support my family. It's going to be really tough having to start all over again. I'm an experienced Cad draftsman specialised in light metal truss and framing building system and my spouse is a qualified "Registered ICSA" the U.K certified, working in local bank as Senior Executive. Any good advices are most welcomed from all helpful.
Good luck to all PR applicants and hope yr dream comes true.
Wow arriving on new yrs is amazing ! congrats ! i will be spending my last christmas and new yr here in ireland before we go ! my husband is off now on jan 31st and we will follow in July. really looking forward to it! best wishes to you and your family


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Thank you Irish family. Do keep in touch in the forum and we may meet up someday at somewhere in this big Australia. During our first landing for 2 mths stay at Adelaide SA in Nov. last year. Well...I can tell that my brother in-law neighbours are friendly and enjoying meeting nice elderly peoples walking down the street greeting 'G'day' with big smile on their faces. We feel comfortable and liking them with their warm gestures. And of course there were some unwelcomed youngsters, but just ignored them.
All the best to you & family and welcome all the hopeful PR applicants.


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