working visa just sat on side M8 let me dwn ! so going alone. help pls !

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working visa just sat on side M8 let me dwn ! so going alone. help pls !


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Old 04-03-2011, 08:27 PM
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working visa just sat on side M8 let me dwn ! so going alone. help pls !

Hello I was woundering if any 1 has time to give me some advise as to where in australia is the best place for hairdressing jobs and would it be better if I sorted maybe renting on line in the area so when I land off the plane I can go straight there ! Can some 1 help pls oh and how do I set up bank accounts !

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Hey Jo, Goggle search hostels in the city you are flying into. most hostels on oz are full of backpackers and are clean and well run. It is a good way for meeting new people and getting advice about places to travel and get work. Its is cheaper if you buck in 4 a week and maybe you can buck online so you have somewhere to go on arrival. Avoid looking for places/houses to rent on line as their is a lot of apartment fraud at the moment via payment through western union... Not sure about setting up bank accounts as when i paid for my flights to oz a paid extra for my visa and accounts to be set up. most banks look for 2 ID's and prove of address.

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Thankyou so much ! May I ask what company delt with ur visa?
Ps: do u get a room to your self with hostels

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think it was visa first... most reasonable priced hostels do have single room priced roughly at about AU$260 a week but shared rooms are about $120pw, but this depends on the hostel, you can get a all girl dorm or mixed.. most travellers in these hostels are are europeans on work holiday visa, looking to have fun and work. but if sharing a room u should prob look for hostels that supply lockers.


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I hope you sort things out soon


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