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Old 09-03-2012, 11:45 PM
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Dear All,

Im in a fix and please help me out. my wife is currently studying masters at Australia. She is also planning for phd in that case she will have about 4 years of visa. if i apply for spouse visa, i understand that i will get full time work permit. and given my education, im confident that will get full time and my plan is to get a employer nomination. mean time i have also applied to vetassess and planning to apply for PR.

problem is if i move to australia as dependent, i can not apply for PR (as per my understanding). but if i dont go to australia, i can not arrange employer nomination.

i can go on with PR from my country but that would take years which i want to avoid.

could you please advise me on the problem. Thanks in advance.


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