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Any Latin American People?


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Old 04-23-2010, 10:16 PM
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Any Latin American People?

Hi everyone

I've been searching on many websites for some information and tips from people that are Latin American that moved to Australia (especially if its on a Spouse visa).

What is the rate of success of latin americans that migrate to Australia? Have you found it hard moving over there and not being able to hear spanish that much?

Anyway, I just want to get in touch with other Spanish speaking people and hear their stories.


Thanks,

Andrea


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Hi everyone

I've been searching on many websites for some information and tips from people that are Latin American that moved to Australia (especially if its on a Spouse visa).

What is the rate of success of latin americans that migrate to Australia? Have you found it hard moving over there and not being able to hear spanish that much?

Anyway, I just want to get in touch with other Spanish speaking people and hear their stories.


Thanks,

Andrea
We've not had a lot of Latin American people come on the forum Andrea and I do not think it has been a region from where a lot of people have emigrated but I can understand how people miss their native language for I know of people who have been here many years and who will still drop back into their home country language as soon as meeting up with another and then in travelling abroad myself, it has always been a pleasure to hear english and especially an Aussie accent when having been away for a while.

There are quite a few organisations in Australia for people from other countries, Italian - Australian clubs etc. and just having a browse, I found MAWAI|Mexican Australian Welfare Association Inc. which might be one means of contact for you.





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Thanks Wanderer for providing me with this website!
I already joined them on facebook, it's gonna be good knowing that at least there's a small community.
Thanks again for your help!


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