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Best way to get PR?


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Old 11-18-2012, 11:50 PM
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Best way to get PR?

Hi,

I came to Australia 2 years ago, in september 2010, on a working holiday visa. I've found a job as a contractor and worked for 6 months, then hit the 6 months limit. My contracting agency sponsored me on a 457 on hire agreement in september 2011 and I've been working under this visa so far.

I'm still working as a contractor and would like to secure my australian life and make sure I can stay even if my contract runs out, without the stress of having to find a new contract in 30 days or I'm out...

What would be the best way to obtain permanent residency knowing that:

-I've been in Australia for 2 years now
-I'm currently on a 457 visa
-My brother is permanent resident and married to an Australian citizen (should he/she sponsor me?)


Thank you for your help,


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