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RSMS suitable for stationhand?


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Old 09-08-2010, 08:26 AM
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Question RSMS suitable for stationhand?

Hey everyone,

I have been in australia for 1.5 years and dread the day I have to leave. I'm currently working as a stationhand on an outback property. Is there anyone out there that can give me advice as to which visa would allow me to stay permanently and work in that industry.

I have heard of people staying but have been unable to find out how they got their residency. I just don't want to go and do an office job.

Cheers anna


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Hey everyone,

I have been in australia for 1.5 years and dread the day I have to leave. I'm currently working as a stationhand on an outback property. Is there anyone out there that can give me advice as to which visa would allow me to stay permanently and work in that industry.

I have heard of people staying but have been unable to find out how they got their residency. I just don't want to go and do an office job.

Cheers anna
The success of any visa application Anna is always going to be dependent on meeting eligibility requirements, for the RSMS - Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme (Subclass 119/857)
For most cases the prime requirement is usually qualifications and/or getting an exemption from that requirement.
Unfortunately a stationhand position is not likely to have the required qualifications attached to it to seek an exemption.





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