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Old 02-21-2016, 03:48 PM
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New Interesting in moving out of America.

Hello,

I am a born and raised american citizen (age 29). I am serving in the Armed Forces in the United States but I have come to decision with myself that I no longer have an interest in living in this country after my career is over. It just seems corrupt to me. I will do my time here in a respectable and professional manner but looking in other avenues of life to have a new grown success and ready to learn new things and ready to show other people what I know.

If there is an Australian citizen here that can help me decide if migrating to Australia is a good country for me to look into for migrating or a setback please send me information with link or even better, a personal experience.

I have grown very fond of australians and love talking to them and sharing experiences.

Any guidance is appreciated.

-Corey


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Old 02-21-2016, 10:18 PM
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Your issue will be visas.

Do you have a trade?

If not, the only possible route would be the Australian armed forces who do recruit foreign service staff, but they are very particular about what skills they want.


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Old 02-21-2016, 11:38 PM
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I am a born and raised american citizen (age 29). I am serving in the Armed Forces in the United States but I have come to decision with myself that I no longer have an interest in living in this country after my career is over. It just seems corrupt to me.
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Any guidance is appreciated.

-Corey
You mention corruption in your country.

It appears that corruption levels between US and Australia are very similar.
Australia at position 13 out of 167 in 2015. (was 8 in 2012)
United States at position 16 out of 167 in 2015. (was 18 in 2012)

Corruption Ratings: Rate 100 = Corruption free.

Australia was rated at 79 in 2015 (compared to 85 in 2012) = Corruption increased by 8%
United States was rated at 76 in 2015 (compared to 73 in 2012) = Corruption reduced by 4%

(Denmark is highest at rank 91)

Corruption Levels from Transparency International, 2015
Have you stayed in Australia for any time?

I ask this, as many new Migrants to Australia appear to use Australia as a stepping stone to other countries such as the US.
Australia's migrants leaving their new home in search of a better life

Some of us from the West, do overate Australia before we live there, (including me), but often find that many things are very similar, (to other Western Countries).
I often compare the UK to Australia, and reminisce a bit, but then realise the weather is better here

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