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Old 03-13-2016, 11:08 AM
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Hello,

I live in Croatia, with my husband and a seven year old child. We would like to permenatly move to Australia. We are 35 yeas old, both employed. I work in Primary School as a profesor of geography for 10 years now, and my husband is web and marketing consultant. He has 3 year of experience in this branch. During our period of study, we both worked as waiters, and have no fear of working whatsoever.

We have no relatives in Australia, (actualy, my husband has an uncle in Sydney but he last saw him 25 years ago) nor job offer in Australia yet. We just started informing and gatterin information about visas and all the things needed to be done before we could actually move. So, if you would be so kind and give us any kind of information about procedure for obtaining a visa or how to find a job, which are reliable agents to find a job, we would be very grateful.

Also, should we first find a job to aplly for a visa?

Thanks in advance...

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Hi,

It is good to know that you guys are thinking of moving to OZ.

As you are still in the information gathering phase I recommend you make Australian Government Department of Immigration and Border Protection your primary source of information.

You need to check if the profession you or your spouse are in is mentioned in the SOL or CSOL List Skilled Occupations List (SOL)

Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL)
Here are some links that may help (from my blog):

FOR JOBS (Some of the big online job portals):
SEEK - Australia's no. 1 jobs, employment, career and recruitment site
Job Search | one search. all jobs. Indeed

Regarding your last question if you need to apply for job before migrating,it all depends on the type of visa you are planning to apply for.


Hope the information helps.

All the best with your move!!

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Hello,

I live in Croatia, with my husband and a seven year old child. We would like to permenatly move to Australia. We are 35 yeas old, both employed. I work in Primary School as a profesor of geography for 10 years now, and my husband is web and marketing consultant. He has 3 year of experience in this branch. During our period of study, we both worked as waiters, and have no fear of working whatsoever.

We have no relatives in Australia, (actualy, my husband has an uncle in Sydney but he last saw him 25 years ago) nor job offer in Australia yet. We just started informing and gatterin information about visas and all the things needed to be done before we could actually move. So, if you would be so kind and give us any kind of information about procedure for obtaining a visa or how to find a job, which are reliable agents to find a job, we would be very grateful.

Also, should we first find a job to aplly for a visa?

Thanks in advance...

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Old 03-13-2016, 02:19 PM
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Tnx a lot on your replly!

I find it very helpful!

We have reed the informations on DIBP, but, honestly, we do not know where to start from.

Tnx again on links about jobs, and book - I have allready downloaded it.

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The very first thing you should do is to try and establish exactly what the Australian equivalent of you and your husband's occupations are and if your skills will be recognised in Australia. Once that's established, you can look at the various visa options and their specific requirements.

This link may assist :https://www.anzscosearch.com/search/

You could also get a registered migration agent do an initial assessment of your options. Some do it for free, others charge a fairly basic fee.

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Also, should we first find a job to aplly for a visa?

Thanks in advance...
Very few people can arrange a job before arrival, but many do waste a lot of time trying.

Those people with exceptional skills or experience that cannot be found in Australia are the lucky ones who can get work pre-arranged.

Most employers want to interview and then employ quickly. Not spend time waiting for someones visa to be decided.

Most new 'average' migrants will get the minimum wage at first, rather than the average wage. But highly qualified new migrants often get higher than the average wage.

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Old 03-13-2016, 11:36 PM
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We have reed the informations on DIBP, but, honestly, we do not know where to start from.
To be honest, you may need to consider using an agent.
I did my original migration visa myself, and have helped with two others, but you do get stressed.
More stressed than those using an agent.

Getting help on this forum is very useful as rules change all the time, and getting new and up-to-date advice from people in the visa process can be invaluable.

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Old 03-14-2016, 08:18 PM
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Tnx a lot, everyone.

Each and every one have helped me so far with my proces of gathering informations... We were considering using agents, but still did not make a final decision.

Tnx again


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