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  1. Jobs and work
    Hello Everyone, My name is Nick, my girlfriend and I are trying to find a way to move to Australia in 2019 from New York City, United States. We are both working young professionals with bachelor degrees ages 25 and 27. We will be visiting Melbourne and Sydney from late November to early...
  2. Visas and immigration
    Hi, I am on 457 VISA which was approved on September 2016 and is valid for 4 years. I am planning to work from my home country for 4 months ; while I will be getting the Australian salary. I work in IT so I do not need to be physically in office to do my tasks. My employer have agreed for me to...
  3. Jobs and work
    Hi, I am on 457 VISA which was approved on September 2016 and is valid for 4 years. I am planning to work from my home country for 4 months ; while I will be getting the Australian salary. I work in IT so I do not need to be physically in office to do my tasks. My employer have agreed for me to...
  4. New member introductions
    It's nice to meet everyone on here and I'm looking forward to exchanging conversations with everyone. So here's my story (kind of ridiculous and funny) I met a girl from New York about 5 months ago and we hit it off with explosive chemistry but before we met, she had already planned on...
  5. Jobs and work
    Hi. I am a journalist writing an article for the BBC on long distance commuting. Do you do it? What are the pros and cons? Also if you are happy to be interviewed for this piece please do say so below. Looking for people who work in one city (say for a short week) and live in another city and do...
  6. Visas and immigration
    Internships allow you to apply your knowledge in a particular area providing you with practical industry experience. You will gain recognised training in Australia which can be valuable for your career and may lead to other visa opportunities. Although most internships are paid, some may be...
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