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Old 03-19-2010, 02:27 AM
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Yeah, but the 417 is issued to German passports and I have one
Ah yes, think you mentioned that in the other thread and so you could apply for a WHV.
But what's with the 12 months experience for I think you said you have enough to get 10 points for specific experience and so if you came to Australia on a WHV, you can still apply for a 175 visa, even before you leave on your WHV.
Or you come to Australia on a WHV and you'll be in a much better position to seek employer sponsorship.
Just gave a PeterSaunders, a QS a rundown on all that:
http://www.australiaforum.com/visas-...-surveyor.html





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And sorry about this Cathat, I've helped Felipe hijack your thread.
Maybe Felipe, any further thoughts could go back on your other thread.





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Thanks for the advice. And sorry for the hijack. I just thought it would go better with the search function, should anyone inquire about the same thing later on.


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There is no restriction on the type of work you can do while on a WHV and only the six months with one employer restriction.

So as for what you might put down on the application form, it can be hospitality or whatever else you may hope to get work as if your courses done will help that.
I've heard that listing 'Fruit Picking' or other random temp work might help lubricate the visa as a truly temp position won't tempt you work longer than the 6 month limit.

perhaps more professional work ambitions would be viewed as a higher risk to remain employed beyond the legal limit...

anyone with experiences on this?

what about working holidays to begin professional careers and having them transferred to a 457 Employee Sponsored?


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I've heard that listing 'Fruit Picking' or other random temp work might help lubricate the visa as a truly temp position won't tempt you work longer than the 6 month limit.

perhaps more professional work ambitions would be viewed as a higher risk to remain employed beyond the legal limit...

anyone with experiences on this?

what about working holidays to begin professional careers and having them transferred to a 457 Employee Sponsored?
The WHV do not need so much lubricating as they usually get granted pretty much straight away with an online application, often within a few hours or day or so and taking longer than a week for getting a grant is an exception.
People have been known to seek employer sponsorship whilst on a WHV or even apply for an independent skilled visa, both requiring skills/experience of course and an independent visa can take a while to come through.
But they are separate visas and not a transfer as such.





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