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  3. Davedownunder

    Bedroom Suite for sale

    All furniture is now sold. Mattress is still available at $100.
  4. verystormy

    IT Desktop Support and Business Analyst roles

    If you mean available for state sponsorship, then no unless you studied there. Though at the moment, state sponsored visas are closed to new applicants anyway.
  5. Hi All, Wondered if someone could help point me in the right direction? I'm wondering how I tell if Desktop support and Business Analyst roles are on the wanted jobs list for Perth?
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  7. Davedownunder

    Bedroom Suite for sale

    King size bed plus King Koil chiro comfort firm matress. Overall size width 195, length 220, headboard height 122 2 x Bed side units with 3 drawers. h 66, w 55, d 38. 1 x six drawer dresser. h 77, w 147, d 45. 1 x matching mirror. approx 100 x100 max. All in excellent condition but we downsized and need the space. We spent thousands so hoping to get close to 1000 aud back. Happy to answer any questions. Dave
  8. verystormy

    (re)Applying for 189 Visa

    The RRV would be worth a shot as it is a few hundred dollars. Though they have in more recent times being pretty strict with the criteria of having close ties to Australia. Be aware, if you do have to reapply, it is very different now. For example, to get an invite you will need 95 points.
  9. Uturn

    (re)Applying for 189 Visa

    Thanks folks. I will try that.
  10. FOL

    (re)Applying for 189 Visa

    Blame covid19 and apeak to an agent I would say...
  11. NorthumbrianDavid

    (re)Applying for 189 Visa

    I'm not an expert in it - but consider applying for a RRV. You may or may not be granted one but a Mara registered agent should be able to guide you through it and give further advice. Sent from my Redmi Note 7 using Tapatalk
  12. Hi Everyone Hoping you can offer some advice as I haven't been able to find any solid discussion online. We previously applied for and were granted a 189 visa. The visa expired in March 2020 and we did not move to Australia due to a number of personal reasons. I am looking at reapplying for the visa, but wanted to know whether any consideration is given based on having already gone through the process previously and having obtained a visa? Or is it that you are treated as a completely new applicant? Does anyone have any experience in this area they could share? Thank you
  13. NorthumbrianDavid

    Medicare

    Cheers for that. [emoji106] Sent from my Redmi Note 7 using Tapatalk
  14. verystormy

    Medicare

    Unless they have brought in a special regulation since Covid that I a not aware of, then correct. Though, in the event of an emergency, I would be confident that would be waived.
  15. NorthumbrianDavid

    Medicare

    Thanks VeryStormy - Just so I get this right in my mind: We aren't covered by Medicare until we clear quarantine and register, the reciprocal agreement isn't applicable, we need medical insurance until registered with Medicare? TIA.
  16. verystormy

    Medicare

    No. Not until you register
  17. NorthumbrianDavid

    Medicare

    For the period between landing in Oz and getting out to register for Medicare are we still covered by the reciprocal agreement? Or should I have extended travel insurance for a few weeks? We're PR. Cheers. Sent from my Redmi Note 7 using Tapatalk
  18. Vanessababa

    Secret Harbour?

    Oh no what a nightmare!
  19. Vanessababa

    Secret Harbour?

    Citizenship by Descent - should be finalised in the next few weeks fingers crossed Do you know of any potential opportunities?
  20. NorthumbrianDavid

    Secret Harbour?

    One thing to mention - I got a completely different feel of the suburbs when driving around them to researching online. Different at night to through the day as well. Sent from my Redmi Note 7 using Tapatalk
  21. NorthumbrianDavid

    Secret Harbour?

    We were supposed to move over in April but our flights were cancelled on us. We'll get there eventually! Sent from my Redmi Note 7 using Tapatalk
  22. verystormy

    Secret Harbour?

    Have you got your visas and if so, what category?
  23. verystormy

    Parent Visas

    I personally know many people who have used the company and are extremely happy. Hence, why I am prepared to recommend them. Yes, some people do visas themselves, which is contrary to the advice of the department. Personally, I think that is unwise. Australia makes (in a normal year) about 4000 changes to law and regulations regarding immigration. It publishes about 100 of those. The rest are only briefed to agents. At the current time it is far more complex. For example, the 190 and 491 are effectively closed as the states have not been given any allocation, this was only known to agents until a day ago.
  24. ali

    Parent Visas

    Sorry you find some of the responses negative. I is important I think to highlight the barriers that might be encountered.
  25. ianfitzgibbon

    Migration wannabe

    Thanks Everyone forms submitted so fingers crossed ;) let the adventure begin :D i am excited but need to remember to walk before running
  26. Vanessababa

    Secret Harbour?

    Aw thank you so much for the reply, much appreciated. I am torn between Adelaide and Perth so looking into different areas, although I really like the look of Secret Harbour and the school reviews on the link you sent me are really good. If you dont mind me asking where did you end up living?
  27. NorthumbrianDavid

    Secret Harbour?

    We were based in Secret Harbour for our 3 week reccie. I really liked the place. It had a nice feeling and has a decent restaurant in the Whistling Kite. It's a short drive to Mandurah where we spent fair bit of time, although it's got a mixed reputation. It'll probably take you an hour to drive to the CBD, which isn't too bad if you can work from home a couple days a week. The car parks at the train stations are rammed at peak times. The properties are really cheap to buy/rent compared with the northern suburbs. Not sure about schools but you can check out the rankings here https://www.watoday.com.au/national/western-australia/wa-school-atar-ranking-2019-how-did-your-school-perform-in-2019-20200108-p53psl.html .
  28. magicians

    Parent Visas

    Thanks for your honesty Pegg!!!! I have to admit, I’m finding some really great and sound advice on this forum but also a lot of negative and kind of derogatory advice too. i fully understand people need to be aware of the straight up facts, but also the (potential) prospect of being reunited with your family is something that should be celebrated and encouraged... I think I chatted to you before in another post? you’re south Perth right? Wondered if you fancied a coffee at some point? Would love to learn how your got your visas etc? Any tips I can pass on to my parents would be great!
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