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  1. Visas and immigration
    Hello! I'm wondering if anyone could help me figure out which visa to apply for (for my husband). I'm an Australian citizen living in the US with my American husband and our duel-citizen son. We're hoping to move to Australia ASAP. He has 20 years of experience in one of the approved skilled...
  2. Jobs and work
    All, I'm in the research process (earliest stage) of applying for Permanent Residence in Australia. I have the following: Major: Computer Science Degree: Bachelors of Science Job Title: Software Engineer Experience: 4 years professionally Technologies: ASP DOT NET (MVC and WebForms), WCF...
  3. Visas and immigration
    All, So here is the situation I have. My wife and I recently traveled from the United States to Australia. We loved it so much that we decided that we'd like to leave our lives in "Small Town USA" to pursue Permanent Residence in Australia. When I arrived at home after my holiday in Australia...
  4. Jobs and work
    I am currently looking for sponsorship to work in NSW, Sydney or Melbourne. I have worked for over 10 years in IT as a 2nd line desktop support engineer/remote support and was wondering how I go about getting sponsorship in Aus? I understand IT support is not on the skilled workers list and I am...
  5. Visas and immigration
    Hello everyone thanks for reading ! I am currently under going the beginning steps to my migration process, and I am not really sure where to start. I will be graduating in April with a diploma as an Architectural Technician. I have previous experience in graphic design, business...
  6. Visas and immigration
    Hello, I would like to start applying for permanent residency, as an independent skilled worker. I'm a software engineer with 5 years relevant working experience. I'm 29 yo and I would like to apply alone. I read about the process in the immigration website and it seemed pretty straight...
  7. Jobs and work
    Australia is encouraging retired people to go back to work as falling migration and sliding population figures are creating a skilled crisis shortage. The country is already seeking ways of encouraging more skilled workers from overseas but it is not enough, according to Treasures Wayne Swan...
  8. Jobs and work
    Despite being determined to provide more training opportunities for Australians, the state of West Australia has confirmed that it still needs skilled workers from overseas, some half a million in the next decade. The state government says its top priority is to provide training opportunities...
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