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Old 07-28-2013, 02:10 AM
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Finally! 489 approved! Will now have to decide if we need to move to SA immediately or stay put in Perth for another 2 years while my kids finish High school....


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Its a temporary visa - you have to pay full international fees

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Old 08-10-2013, 11:27 AM
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Hi Khattak -

You'll probably have to pay intenational student fees, but it's best to check with the SA schools administration dept about your specific visa - different states treat some aspects of these visas differently. The 489 is a provisional skilled visa, which falls somewhere between a temporary visa and a permanent visa. It's not a permanent visa, but it's not a temporary visa either.

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I also hold a 489 Visa and i want to know that do i have to pay international student fee for my child having age 7years.
I hope some one will help me as i am about to land in South Australia

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i was wondering how many applicants can get sponsorship from one sponsor?. In my case my sister is living in Melbourne PR holder and my brother and me looking for her sponsorship then we can claim 10 points .. my worry is can we both get the sponsorship from her.?

please share your experience ..

thanks very much!


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Its a temporary visa - you have to pay full international fees
Thanks for the information


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