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Old 04-11-2010, 11:27 PM
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From Canada to AU?

Hi there,
I wonder if there is any way to move to Australia for Canadian, besides standard points system?
Maybe there are some advantages of Canadian citizenship?
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Old 04-14-2010, 05:09 AM
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Hi there,
I wonder if there is any way to move to Australia for Canadian, besides standard points system?
Maybe there are some advantages of Canadian citizenship?
Thanks!
There's employer sponsorship but you'll need skills for that or otherwise if you meet up with an Aussie as a partner that could develop!. , and no advantages for some countries over others other than some countries are considered higher risk for some purposes with different types of visas.





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There's employer sponsorship but you'll need skills for that or otherwise if you meet up with an Aussie as a partner that could develop!. , and no advantages for some countries over others other than some countries are considered higher risk for some purposes with different types of visas.
Thanks for reply.
Employer sponsorship - you mean if I will find a job in AU and then this employer can help me with something?
Concerning high risk I believe that Canada is a safe country, but I hoped there are some other benefits of being Canadian... like you know higher chances to get a job there.


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You can read about employer sponsorship @ Employer Sponsored Workers - Workers - Visas & Immigration





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Are there any Canadians who did this?


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