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    1. Visas and Migration

      Q & A's about Emigrating to Perth

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    2. Shipping

      Removals, Shipping Cars, Pets, Household Goods

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  2. General Chat

    1. Welcome

      Don't be shy...introduce yourself!

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    2. News & Chat

      General news and chat

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    3. Recreation & Socialising

      Looking to meet new people, join a sporting club, organise a get together, places to eat and drink, travel, holiday in Aus and more. All goes here.

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  3. Life in Perth

    1. Health Care

      Discuss all things to do with healthcare.

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    2. Money & Finance

      Anything to do with mortgages, lending, exchange rates or finance in general.

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    3. Jobs, Careers, Vacancies

      All things job wise

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    4. Education

      Talk about kindegarten, schools and higher education in Perth.

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    6. Household

      Removals, creepie crawlies and does it work in Perth?

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    7. Kids Down Under

      A forum for chat about schools, playgroups, kids clubs, childcare options, activities, days out, where to shop, playparks and more

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    8. Travel & Flights

      Discuss travel, vacations, flights

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    9. Food and Drink

      A place to discuss food and drink around Perth

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    10. For Sale / Wanted

      Sell your unwanted items here....

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    • You're doing the right thing by including your kids on the partner visa application. They'll be considered as part of the family unit, so no need to apply separately or pay extra fees. Just make sure you've got all the necessary documents ready to support their inclusion, like birth certificates. It's smart to double-check everything before hitting submit. If you need any more help, just look for some good migration lawyers. A simple google search for immigration lawyer Gold Coast can give you a lot of good options. 
    • It's great to hear you're considering a move to Perth for work. While I don't have specific contacts for asbestos recruitment agencies in WA, I suggest checking out online job portals like Seek or Indeed, where you can search for asbestos-related jobs in Perth. Additionally, reaching out to recruitment agencies specializing in construction, environmental health, or occupational health and safety might also yield some leads. With your P402 certificate and experience, you should be well-positioned for opportunities in the field.
    • In my experience, class sizes can vary depending on the school and the area. While class sizes of around 30 students are common in many schools, there are also schools that prioritize smaller class sizes for a more personalized learning experience. When considering secondary schools south of Perth, it's worth researching and visiting schools to get a feel for their teaching approach and class sizes.
    • I'm sorry to hear about your negative experience with Easirent in Manchester. It's unfortunate that you've had difficulty resolving the issue with the company directly and through EconomyBookings. While I haven't personally experienced this situation, some steps you could consider are reaching out to consumer protection organizations in the UK, such as Citizens Advice or Trading Standards, to seek advice and assistance in resolving the dispute. Additionally, you may want to consider leaving reviews and sharing your experience on online platforms such as Google Reviews, Trustpilot, or social media to raise awareness and potentially pressure the company to address your concerns.
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