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Can anyone guide me what is the rule for Class VE, Subclass 175 Skilled - Independent
1) For first entry can I come for only 4-5 days, will it be ok for completing all formalities or longer stay is mandatory
2)At what frequency I will have to travel in-out, is there any restriction that I have to make entry every 6 months/one year
3) Can I join any job or only related to my branch of engineering, i.e. civil engg.
4) How is the job opportunity for civil engineer
5)Any possibility of arranging interview with employer prior to entry


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Can anyone guide me what is the rule for Class VE, Subclass 175 Skilled - Independent
1) For first entry can I come for only 4-5 days, will it be ok for completing all formalities or longer stay is mandatory
2)At what frequency I will have to travel in-out, is there any restriction that I have to make entry every 6 months/one year
3) Can I join any job or only related to my branch of engineering, i.e. civil engg.
4) How is the job opportunity for civil engineer
5)Any possibility of arranging interview with employer prior to entry
Once you have a PR visa granted, it will stipulate a latest entry by date, a date that you need to arrive in Australia by to activate or validate the visa and best not to leave it until very late in case something unavoidable happens and you get delayed.
You can fly in and out the same day if you like and not come back for nearly five years for the PR visa is valid for five years.
You can apply for any job you wish to from within Australia which is probably better for then you would be considered more available for an interview or start or you can seek employment from abroad.
Work opportunities often vary with how the global and Australian economies are performing and there is strong competition for new graduates from within Australia to get positions and then even so for more experienced people.




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thanks for the useful tips

Thanks wanderer for the useful tips.

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