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Zoek12
3/28/2017 18:44 EST

Hi there I'm planning on moving to Australia in May of 2019 with my dog and cat....Im a little overwhelmed with everything I need to do and honestly dont know where to start. Also worried im going to jump through all these hoops just for it not to work out. I'm currently 20 years old I haven't started college yet but plan on enrolling before I get to Australia and start once im all settled in. Im planning on going to school for welding. would it be better to start here in the United States then carry on in Australia? Anyways... a bit off track here my main question is what type of visa do i apply for? I was going to apply for a student visa but from my understanding its illegal to do it that way if i want to be a permanent resident there. But then im worried since i dont have any legitimate job experience besides dog grooming for 2 years they wont approve my visa ...please help so many questions unanswered!!!

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cmanner
3/29/2017 08:35 EST

Why are you moving to AU?

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Zoek12
3/29/2017 16:59 EST

Ive never been fond of the United States and ever since I was little I wanted to live there it's beautiful , great people and places to see lots of wild life and just seems like a great place to live , want to settle down and get my life started with college and everything and just seems like the right way to go for me !

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cmanner
3/30/2017 10:52 EST

Read a book

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jamesdespres
5/4/2017 05:40 EST

Hi, I am new to the forum. Have a safe journey.

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jsmith27
12/22/2017 00:43 EST

I don't think I can answer your question but you can check the official Australian government site this one https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/ to know the types of visas and how to process it or to any third-party like this one https://www.travelvisaaustralia.com.au/, I hope this can help you.

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