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Old 05-09-2009, 10:12 AM
 
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Thanks Wanderer... ur comment is true. I am planning to migrate soon but the economical problem can be a factor to be considered... and i may not get the job, then can i study Masters in Domestic fee scheme immediately? International student fee is high. In some services i found that we need to wait for 2 years. Is this 2 years waiting period for study purpose as well?
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Congratulations

It is nice to hear people finally getting their visas. But as Wanderer has said, you are just over the first hurdle now.

I wish you all the best and I hope you keep posting to the forum as you make your move.


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Thanks mike, i could not get the answer yet... I am waiting to hear abt that...


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Old 05-10-2009, 12:33 AM
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Re the studying star, yes I think there are some restrictions re services for first two years following immigration but cannot remember accurately what they may be though I'd think with PR status you'll be OK on residency fees re education.

Have a look at the immi site under "Settling in Australia' I think the heading is and you may find info there and restrictions will usually only apply for direct government services whereas Universities more or less run as private organisations.

Report back what you find, and better still create a new post on it'll be of interest to other people.





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