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i really need advice on many aspects on my life right now. as of right now i have not started any process but really confused with the many visas in Australia. I am a 39 year old Canadian who has decided is is hoping to move to Australia for a new start. so i guess my question is where do i start? I have a BA in psychology and i have worked in the field for over 5 years. i have a 16 year old son who will join later and a finance from cameroon who would also ;love to come to Australia.

i guess my question is where do i begin with the process of relocation to Australia Please.
 

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i really need advice on many aspects on my life right now. as of right now i have not started any process but really confused with the many visas in Australia. I am a 39 year old Canadian who has decided is is hoping to move to Australia for a new start. so i guess my question is where do i start? I have a BA in psychology and i have worked in the field for over 5 years. i have a 16 year old son who will join later and a finance from cameroon who would also ;love to come to Australia.

i guess my question is where do i begin with the process of relocation to Australia Please.
Your first step should be to look into obtaining a positive skills assessment for your occupation.
 

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To get a good idea of the visa options that may be available to you, you can use the government's "visa finder" tool. I don't think we can post links here, but you can google "Australia visa finder tool" and it will come up.

Best of luck

Lisa Ira (LLB.BA.GDLP)
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Disclaimer: This message is general in nature does not constitute migration or legal advice and should not be relied upon. To provide you with migration advice, we need to consult with you to obtain your full information and circumstances. If you wish to receive migration advice please email us to arrange an appointment.
 

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There are a few things to keep in mind.

Things such as education costs for a child that is now 16 and the visa you will hold if they attend uni.

Also your fiancé may need to jump extra hurdles if your relationship is more recent than your sons age. Some African country citizens do get a very hard time.

Registered Migration Agents can be very helpful in visa planning and applications, both the other prior posters are recommended RMA's. I have used one and recommend both, there is also a sticky thread of recommended RMA's by members on this forum 5 or 6. If you use one, just find the one you feel most comfortable with - it is a long process.

None of them will tell you what you want to hear, only what is achievable.
 
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