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ali last won the day on August 13

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  1. I think you may need to speak to a migration agent - i'm not sure if you've breeched your visa conditions. If you were made redundant and re-employed i'm sure the company would have had to do another nomination - but i'm not 100% up on that.
  2. A lot of companies use the 100 point check, it's good to have the necessary items as you may also need them for work purposes when you first start a job. Some rentals will require you to pay a month in advance and there will also a monetary bond to pay (extra pet bond if you have pets). When you inspect a rental, look for anything that is wrong, marked, broken etc., and take photo's and highlight them to the landlord or agent - people have said that they have had bond withheld at the end of the lease to cover things.
  3. Hi and Welcome. Congratulations on your marriage.
  4. When was the visa granted and when does it expire? If you return before it expires, when it expires you can then apply for a resident return visa if you intend to travel.
  5. I would imagine proof of funds if you'll be renting the property from November but not moving in until January, bank details, ID. I know that I have been rung as a reference for a colleague. I haven't gone through the rental process here so not 100% sure.
  6. I don't think it matters where you go as long as they're panel approved
  7. Not worked in the private sector - sorry
  8. You should be able to find something with this link
  9. To train to be an RN - you will need to look at the Uni courses. WA still trains Enrolled nurses - and you can explore courses at some TAFES ETA - I removed the link to the courses.
  10. Guess we'll have to wait and see.
  11. I would second Camilla. Wise to use an agent I think with the elderly lady being deported to the UK in the news recently. I'm guessing that you've done all the checks e.g. balance of family etc.,
  12. listening to the radio on the way home from work yesterday - sounds like there's an upturn with a fall in unemployment figures and sounding hopeful for a recovery.
  13. Here's a link
  14. Hi and welcome to the forum. The rules regarding visa's and sponsorship have recently changed so someone more knowledgeable would be able to provide answers, however, the 457 visa (if that's what you're thinking of) is only a temporary visa and has had recent changes with some occupations not being able to progress to PR. Have you checked if Joiner is still on the skills lists? If it is, I would consider looking at the a visa which provides PR which would mean you having a skills assessment first.
  15. Fantastic news - congratulations to you both