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  8. Where do I stay in Melbourne?

    I recently got PR for Melbourne under visa category 190. I am planning to move there this December 2017-January 2018. I am a single guy in my 30s with an IT background and having US/India work experience. What will be the best place in Melbourne to look for an 1 bedroom apartment or Studio so that I can stay a few months on rent and search for an IT job? Public transportation availability near the place will be awesome as well because I am not planning to get a car for a few months. My budget is decent and could spend about $300-$500 AUD per month. Please advice.
  9. Where do I stay in Melbourne?

    I recently got PR for Melbourne under visa category 190. I am planning to move there this December 2017-January 2018. I am a single guy in my 30s with an IT background and having US/India work experience. What will be the best place in Melbourne to look for an 1 bedroom apartment or Studio so that I can stay a few months on rent and search for an IT job? Public transportation availability near the place will be awesome as well because I am not planning to get a car for a few months. My budget is decent and could spend about $300-$500 AUD per month. Please advice.
  10. I recently got PR for Melbourne under visa category 190. I am planning to move there this December 2017-January 2018. I am a single guy in my 30s with an IT background and having US/India work experience. What will be the best place in Melbourne to look for an 1 bedroom apartment or Studio so that I can stay a few months on rent and search for an IT job? Public transportation availability near the place will be awesome as well because I am not planning to get a car for a few months. My budget is decent and could spend about $300-$500 AUD per month. Please advice.
  11. Hi everyone! I'm a Sydney born and bred girl where I spent majority of my life up until 2 years ago. My partner and I moved to Far North Queensland to Townsville for work. We are looking to move to Melbourne in 2018 and have absolutely no idea where to start looking. This is my first stop. So I thought I would tell you a couple things about myself and my partner and what we are possibly looking for in a home. Please keep in mind all of our requests are not clear cut and are not the be all end all in our decision. We do not require all of it and they definitely do not need to be in the same suburb, preferably in a 20-25 minute vicinity to where we choose to live! Any indicator as a starting point would be lovely. 1) We are 23 and 24 respectively. 2) We appreciate our own peace and quiet at times but are very adventurous and love to be in tune with what's going on around us. 3) We grew up in the suburb of Western Sydney which was the 1st for crime ten years in a row, then moved to Townsville where just recently has taken over the 1st spot -- so being in a 'dangerous' place isn't an absolute turn off -- anything can happen anywhere! 4) We'd like to feel safe enough to park our car in our driveway, at least! 5) We have two beautiful big dogs. We'd prefer a decent sized backyard. 6) If not, and in addition to, we'd love to be close to a dog park big enough for our working dog breed which apparently according to google requires 1 acre of running space (yikes!). 7) We do not have much of an upwards budget. We are looking to rent to start out with and are hopeful to find a good 2-3 bedder which is around $400-$450 a week. 8) I'd LOVE a scenic walking track or fitness inspired neighbourhood which would force me to get off my butt. 9) I'd like to live within a 15 minute walk to public transportation just in case our trusty SUV breaks down. 10) Did I mention we have an SUV? We would love to be somewhere that has easy access to a wide range of cultural places, i.e. nature walks, beaches, historical landmarks. 11) Within a 10-15 minute walk to a grocery store (I know, I ask too much!) 12) We do not go out on the town frequently but would like an area that has a couple of go-to destinations for food and drinks without going all the way into the CBD. 13) Did I also mention if I can have most my boxes ticked and live near the city, that would be okay too? 14) I'd like to be a couple suburbs over from a major shopping mall for all my girly needs. 15) We aren't currently looking into building a family in the near future. We just want to grow and have fun. Make some money. 16) I am a university graduate with a Bachelor of Forensic Science. I need a place to spread my wings and be close to any job opportunities which may arise. 17) I love quirky activities. 18) We are big muso's. Concerts are a MUST. 19) My partner loves cricket and football. That's about it....... not that fussy, hey? As aformentioned, I do not need all of it. Probably not even half of it. Everything would be a bonus. Please post your suggestions!
  12. Hi everyone! I'm a Sydney born and bred girl where I spent majority of my life up until 2 years ago. My partner and I moved to Far North Queensland to Townsville for work. We are looking to move to Melbourne in 2018 and have absolutely no idea where to start looking. This is my first stop. So I thought I would tell you a couple things about myself and my partner and what we are possibly looking for in a home. Please keep in mind all of our requests are not clear cut and are not the be all end all in our decision. We do not require all of it and they definitely do not need to be in the same suburb, preferably in a 20-25 minute vicinity to where we choose to live! Any indicator as a starting point would be lovely. 1) We are 23 and 24 respectively. 2) We appreciate our own peace and quiet at times but are very adventurous and love to be in tune with what's going on around us. 3) We grew up in the suburb of Western Sydney which was the 1st for crime ten years in a row, then moved to Townsville where just recently has taken over the 1st spot -- so being in a 'dangerous' place isn't an absolute turn off -- anything can happen anywhere! 4) We'd like to feel safe enough to park our car in our driveway, at least! 5) We have two beautiful big dogs. We'd prefer a decent sized backyard. 6) If not, and in addition to, we'd love to be close to a dog park big enough for our working dog breed which apparently according to google requires 1 acre of running space (yikes!). 7) We do not have much of an upwards budget. We are looking to rent to start out with and are hopeful to find a good 2-3 bedder which is around $400-$450 a week. 8) I'd LOVE a scenic walking track or fitness inspired neighbourhood which would force me to get off my butt. 9) I'd like to live within a 15 minute walk to public transportation just in case our trusty SUV breaks down. 10) Did I mention we have an SUV? We would love to be somewhere that has easy access to a wide range of cultural places, i.e. nature walks, beaches, historical landmarks. 11) Within a 10-15 minute walk to a grocery store (I know, I ask too much!) 12) We do not go out on the town frequently but would like an area that has a couple of go-to destinations for food and drinks without going all the way into the CBD. 13) Did I also mention if I can have most my boxes ticked and live near the city, that would be okay too? 14) I'd like to be a couple suburbs over from a major shopping mall for all my girly needs. 15) We aren't currently looking into building a family in the near future. We just want to grow and have fun. Make some money. 16) I am a university graduate with a Bachelor of Forensic Science. I need a place to spread my wings and be close to any job opportunities which may arise. 17) I love quirky activities. 18) We are big muso's. Concerts are a MUST. 19) My partner loves cricket and football. That's about it....... not that fussy, hey? As aformentioned, I do not need all of it. Probably not even half of it. Everything would be a bonus. Please post your suggestions!
  13. From ZA to Asia to Oz....

    Hi We will be moving to Melbourne with in the next 6 months. Will be moving to the east........ close to work. Looking for kids friendly naburhoods? And a good school.... Sent from my SM-N915F using Tapatalk
  14. Immigration Timeline Tracker

    So you’re thinking of moving to Victoria? A key question is therefore – “How long will it take for my visa to be granted?” A very good question and an understandable one. Naturally, you’re eager to start your new life down under. Such information is also crucial as there's lots to sort out before you can move. When do you put your house up for sale? – too early and you might have to move into temporary accommodation if your house sells and your visa hasn’t been granted. Too late and you may end up with your visa being granted and not being able to move as your house hasn’t sold and your equity is tied up in the property. A visa grant date is also important to know as without it, you can’t arrange removals/shipping, quarantine for your pets, flights and a multitude of other things. Fortunately, there are several ways you can get information to help you estimate when your application may be granted DIBP The Department of Immigration and Border Protection publish approximate processing times on there website. The information is not specific to your case however and goes along the lines of “75% of applications processed in x number of days” for example. It’s also possible to send a blank email to DIBP for some visas and this will trigger an automated email response which contains approximate processing times. Australia Migration Forums Another method is to visit groups and forums as many members post their visa timelines on the forums to compare with other members timelines. The sites allow you to chat with other members who are also going through the migration journey. Australia Visa Timelines Immigration Trackers A third way, and a method which is becoming more popular is to utilize an immigration tracker / Australia visa timelines website. This allow you to enter key dates about your visa application and compare them in tabular format with lots of other members. You can look at who’s applied for the same visa as you, the same dates as you, from the same country, occupation etc. This will allow you obtain greater insight into the likely time is will take for your visa to be granted. Recognizing the demand for such a service and following feedback from members, we've created a tracker site at www.australia-visa-timelines.com
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  16. Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190)

    I have applied for a Skilled Nominated Visa (Subclass 190) on August 17, 2017. I got all the relevant documents including PCC from FBI. My H1B visa got rejected sometime back. Will that affect the outcome of the application? Also, when should I be able to hear back from the DIBP about the visa?
  17. Renting

    Hi everyone, just signed up today so we are very new on here. myself and partner are moving to Melbourne Jan 2018 and can't wait it's been a slow process but well worth it. have secured a job in the CBD with a weeks accommodation provided,then we are renting a holiday apartment for a month then after that we have to find something more permanent also we have 2 medium size dogs. Looking for a nice dog friendly area on the outskirts CBD. any help would be grateful. kelvmaz
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  19. Attractions in Melbourne

    MCG is the best!! Next will be Vic Market These two places are the best attractions for me in Melbourne, though, there are lots of attractions out there. A must visit places for a traveler or expats in Melbourne.
  20. The only thing that I don't like about Somerville, it is getting expensive compared as what it was. The rest about it are all good but only people who can afford to live it down there are becoming less and less.
  21. I do also recommend Newport, as it is a lovely secret suburb. Less expensive than Williamstown, less yuppy than Yaraville. Going to CBD is not a problem, as they have excellent train service. Community there is great also, people there are lovely. Regarding with the Willy High, I am not that sure, but from what I heard kids from other suburbs are welcome to Willy High. Will update you on this.
  22. Helpful info thanks! We're interested in moving to Newport but are concerned that we might not get into Williamstown High. Do you know how likely people in Newport are to be accepted into Willy High and if there are places in Newport where you'd have a better chance pls? Thank you!
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    Hello Everyone, I was born in Mornington a very long time ago and as my circumstances here will be changing dramatically in the next months, I thought I would join up and find some information please. I would like to come back to Mornington to live. The family left when I was very small and I have never managed to visit. In a few months, I will be obliged to leave my home and am seeking a new direction. I always wanted to come and live in Mornington and discover the life there. I have a passport and wonder if I will be able to find work and accommodation. Are there many opportunities for older people please. Thank you.
  24. Welcome to LifeInVictoria

    Hi new to this forum! Only just discovered pomsinoz and we are only just starting our emigration plans! Really hoping to learn as much as we can so we can decide the best place in victoria to move to x
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  28. Dog carriers in cars. Help please!

    Our dogs were trained to travel in the luggage space of our Range Rover. When they were young, we had a mesh barrier to prevent them climbing over the rear seats. After about six or eight months we were able to do away with the barrier and they never tried to climb over. They had learned which was 'their' space and which was 'ours'. If you have small dogs, then there are plenty of options available.
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