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Old 11-17-2010, 01:29 PM
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Hi. Wondered if anyone could give me some advice. My sons fiancee is a nurse and is presently looking into working in Australia for a year. Should she be successful in this, my son would also like to go over with her. Could anyone advise what his best course of action would be.

Many thanks for all suggestions and advice.

Sarnie


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Old 11-17-2010, 10:48 PM
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It could be from what you have put Sarnie is that she is using a WHV - Visa Options - Working Holiday - Visas & Immigration
If that is so and your son is from the same country is he of an age also to be eligible?
Other than that his options would be to put in for a years tourist visa for which he will need to be able to show substantial funds, say $10,000+ or a student visa and studying at international student rates is expensive too.
Or if he is qualified in an occupation, getting an employer sponsorship may be an option but that is dependent on him finding an employer.
With the studying and employer options, their respective locations could be an issue and Australia is a big country.





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