Hi everyone..... Myself and my family recently validated our 176 family sponsored visa to Melbourne. The visa label advises we can have multiple travel to and from Australia until December 14.... But I have been told by an Australian Citizen, that we still are required to complete a residents return visa ( if this is the case, we should have completed it in Australia prior to leaving!!!). Any information would be extremely grateful. Catherine
Added by Catherine Bryans on July 19, 2010 at 20:01 —
Here we go again with those silly Prescription Blogs!!! Is it just a cheap way of advertising??
Added by Catherine Bryans on March 3, 2010 at 21:26 —
Please could anyone advise why the blog posts MAKING MONEY ONLINE etc has anything to do with Emigrating to Australia??!!
Added by Catherine Bryans on February 14, 2010 at 14:00 —
In December we were granted our Visa's!!!! Horray!!! We are going to Australia in June to validate the visa's and just wanted to check something. Our old passports have already been sent to the Australian Embassy and have had labels attached (they have since been returned to us). But in May two of us will need new passports. Will this cause a problem? I have been advised that all I need to do is make sure I bring the old passports and the visa grant letter when… Continue
Added by Catherine Bryans on February 8, 2010 at 16:53 —
I cannot believe the length of time it takes to register as a Midwife with a nursing board in Australia!!! I initially started the process in September of this year. Just today I received a letter with a large list of outstanding requirements that is necessary in order to progress with my application.
I do not understand that the information such as transcript/curriculum of the course which was originally sent to the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Council by my University (and was… Continue
Added by Catherine Bryans on December 9, 2009 at 16:56 —
I have just been reading the Ascroft family's story about emigrating to Perth. Like them - myself and my husband (Billy) have 3 children. Sarah the oldest is 15, Steven 13 and Callum 7. The problem is my oldest at 15 is refusing to contemplate Australia!! If anyone out there, including the Ascrofts have any hints to help her come round to the idea, I would be extremely grateful.
Added by Catherine Bryans on July 8, 2009 at 9:00 —