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Queensland State Sponsorship - Settlement Funds?


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Old 05-08-2010, 10:21 PM
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Queensland State Sponsorship - Settlement Funds?

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I am looking at the application form for Queensland State Nomination and I am unsure where to find out the information for the following question:

Have you researched the region where you intend to settle to ensure your settlement funds are adequate to meet your initial cost of living needs (i.e. accommodation, medical, education, transport)?
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I followed the link but I was unable to find an actual amount for Cairns/Far North.

Can anyone help me with this.


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Old 05-09-2010, 05:11 AM
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Hi

I am looking at the application form for Queensland State Nomination and I am unsure where to find out the information for the following question:

Have you researched the region where you intend to settle to ensure your settlement funds are adequate to meet your initial cost of living needs (i.e. accommodation, medical, education, transport)?
0Yes 0 No


I followed the link but I was unable to find an actual amount for Cairns/Far North.

Can anyone help me with this.
It does not say it in so many words but
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Have you researched the region where you intend to settle
is the essential part of the question and that is really a prompt to people to look into what moving there will be all about, ie.

. What is it that has you earmarking Cairns?
. How have you assessed what income may be possible if necessary?
. What are rental and other living costs likely to be and what have you budgetted? , that obviously varying with numbers of people involved.

That is the type of approach that they hope people will take just so the situation does not arise where people after some months find themselves in strife.
I suppose the bottom line is what will you have in the way of funds and how long will they last without employment?
And then what is Plan B in worse case scenario of no work and funds about to run out.





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