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Old 09-21-2017, 06:06 AM
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We are in WA. To be honest his been applying casual , part time and fille time . It seems to be hard and difficult
What type of job is him about?? he should look for MANPOWER WA JOBs, Manpower have Contractor contract with many company in AUS( woolworths, etc ). and they are hiring all the time. i just had my new job though them. hope this can help your husband.

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Never had a problem find a job since I came. And yes, as long as you are good enough, and you have a full working rights, employers won't care much about your visa status.

Maybe WA's labour market is a little tough, or your partner is a little bit picky.

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Never had a problem find a job since I came. And yes, as long as you are good enough, and you have a full working rights, employers won't care much about your visa status.

Maybe WA's labour market is a little tough, or your partner is a little bit picky.
Trust me he's not picky market is just tough here at the moment .
Too many people have lost their jobs . Last year was alright but this year seems to be hard.

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It's actually pretty common to hear on this forum about BVA or 820 holders having issues finding employers to hire them. One user has a husband who iirc the company hired him doing something unrelated and then hired him for his career position he had been trying to get with them but only after he had PR. They wouldn't give him that position on a temporary visa.

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Trust me he's not picky market is just tough here at the moment .
Too many people have lost their jobs . Last year was alright but this year seems to be hard.
These percentages seem to agree that it is getting worse.

WA Unemployment rates for Males looking for Full Time work in WA

4.6% May 2017
5.1% Jun 2017
5.1% Jul 2017
5.6% Aug 2017

There are 83,000 unemployed people in WA.

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These percentages seem to agree that it is getting worse.

WA Unemployment rates for Males looking for Full Time work in WA

4.6% May 2017
5.1% Jun 2017
5.1% Jul 2017
5.6% Aug 2017

There are 83,000 unemployed people in WA.

Yeah it's correct .
A friend of mine who's unemployed also gave me the above statistics.
Now he's looking to apply for jobs in NSW . Unemployment rate is at 3.1 not bad .

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Trustsom me he's not picky 231 is just tough
Too many people have lost their jobs . Last year was alright I but this year seems to be hard.
There are 83,000 people in WA.
Sometimes can be difficult to get a job ... some don?t wanna get people in a temporary visa...I had this problem and now I?m having the same problem again trying to progress in my career ....I did casual work for long time


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Hi everyone,

It is great reading these posts to see how everyone is getting on!!!!!

I am in the same situation waiting for my 100 to be approved but I was hoping someone could provide some advice in regards to my application. Please see my timeline below:

Nationality: Indian
Applied Offshore : 22/06/2015
Granted 309 - 27/06/2016
Eligibility - 27/0617

NO call / Letter from DIBP yet

Is it Really a 17 Months wait ???
Thanks for any help you guys can provide.


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Hi everyone,

It is great reading these posts to see how everyone is getting on!!!!!

I am in the same situation waiting for my 100 to be approved but I was hoping someone could provide some advice in regards to my application. Please see my timeline below:

Nationality: Indian
Applied Offshore : 22/06/2015
Granted 309 - 27/06/2016
Eligibility - 27/0617

NO call / Letter from DIBP yet

Is it Really a 17 Months wait ???
Thanks for any help you guys can provide.
75% in 17 months and 90% in 45 months
Many people are still waiting including me

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Hi all

Thank you everyone for all the support that is given through this page.

I have some questions regarding the 801 visa, this is our situation:

We applied onshore 13 March 2015, visa 820 granted 11 February 2016
Eligibility for 801 13 March 2017, and applied.

We were asked for more information:
-Character requirements
-Personal particulars for character assessment

Information submitted

How long do you think they will grant the visa?

I might have the possibility to work in a different city (we live in a small town) in the field that I have studied and made good $$$$. We will be living apart for a while but visiting often, this job will help me to get the experience I need in my field and allowed me to find a good job in the small town we want to buy a house and have a family.

We meet studying so we are recovering from great debts, we have to make some sacrifices to achieve our goals as a couple.

Would this be beneficial or bad for the visa? Life is tough already, and making these plans are for a better future for us as individuals. Its sad but my life planning is in the hands of people who really cares?

How long do you think they will take to process our visa?


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