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Old 03-27-2015, 11:28 AM
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Confused between staying in India or moving to Australia

Hi Guys,

Need your suggestion for the confusion. I have Australia PR Visa. i am well settled along with my family in India. i am into sales profession, earn also well here. The issue is now my Visa for Australia is going to get expire in June 2015 if i dont move to Australia. Need you Guys suggestion is it worth moving to Australia now ? Will it be difficult for me to get Sales Job there ?

pls help. my age is 38 years


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Old 03-27-2015, 11:57 AM
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Sounds like you have it all in India

There are sales jobs here, as an example I visited seek.com.au search the keyword "sales" and this was the result Australia wide. Give or take a few, but there are a lot of sales jobs.. SEEK - Australia's no. 1 jobs, employment, career and recruitment site the results gave 32,000+ in all different fields and locations.

Though if you decide to move here you will be using a big chunk of your savings to get yourself established prior to getting that job. (unless you had family/friends that you could stay with prior to becoming settled)

At the end of the day it's really your choice. NO one can give you advice how to live your life and help you decide which way to go.

As for when your PR visa expires. I think there is opportunity to re-apply again for it. I don't know the process but someone here would. Here are some topics where people talked about reapplying.. Living and Working in Australia Forum With Immigration and Travel Information - Search Results for PR expired and here https://www.immi.gov.au/migrants/res...-documents.htm

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Old 03-27-2015, 12:23 PM
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Australia is difficult for people to get jobs in their field at the moment when they have no Australian experience.

This is something that only you can decide what is right for you.

If you do decide to make the move to Australia make sure you bring enough money to last you 3 to 6 months incase it takes awhile to find a job.

You can apply for a resident return visa but if you haven't made the move to Australia they may only give you a year on it. Ultimately it is up to DIBP if they renew the PR.

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Old 03-28-2015, 08:20 AM
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Thanks for your reply,
Can i apply for RRV visa from India itself, i have only been for about 12 days to Australia during the 5 years of my visa.


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Thanks for your reply, i have my brother and friend in Melbourne, so staying for 2-3 months wont be a issue, then do u suggest me to try my luck in Australia, though i have all in India


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If you can, perhaps visit your brother/friend without your family at first to check what life is like here before taking a long term decision.

Perhaps talk to some potential employers - find some job advertisements and see how they react to you when you tell them about your background and what you can offer. Even without a job advertisement, find companies you might want to work for and try talking to the people there.


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Old 03-28-2015, 02:34 PM
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I agree with la.vie even what Mish said is true! Most employers will look for the Australia experience before hiring. It was so hard that I think it is madness. If I want to apply for a entry level career, the criteria still asks for experience in the job position! So at this point, I think people who study and get internship at the companies, maybe could get the desired job easier than people who have no experience on that position.

It could be wise if you come yourself without your family in India, to see how the acceptance of employers here. If you get the job, then it is worth for your family to come. My concern is the living cost for one whole family that may burden you more than the cost of yourself being here. If you can afford the living cost here, i think it will be better for children to grow up here with the education and support from the gov. Just my opinion..

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As for when your PR visa expires. I think there is opportunity to re-apply again for it.
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When it comes to re-apply..
I mean lost an opportunity to extend it while still in australia ( like applying for a 155 visa)
Then you have to know, once your Visa has expired, you have to make a brand new application.
And to get a Visa gets harder and harder,
and also more and more costly. .

Trust me.. been there , done that

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