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  1. [TABLE=class: tborder, width: 100%, align: center] [TR] [TD=class: alt1]Dear All, I am new to the forum. My husband and I validated our permanent resident VISA last year. We chose to give birth of our first born in England and now we are planning to move early 2015. I will really appreciate if some 'veterans' could help answering these House We want to keep our house in England and rent it out rather than selling it. Are there anyone in similar situation who can shed some light on the processes of this option? Jobs My husband has been trying to get a job offer before going. However, most of the agencies told him before he was physically there, employers wouldn't be interested. It is quite daunting to give up the day job and go somewhere without another job offer. Do you face the same situation? Any advice on this? Renting Without a job offer, is it still possible to rent in Melbourne? Any tips on the renting processes please? Thanks a bundle in advance Echo[/TD] [/TR] [TR] [TD=class: alt2][/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE]
  2. Hi everyone My partner and I are both living and working in Durban, South Africa. He is a doctor and I am an admitted attorney. We are very serious about moving to Melbourne as it looks like an amazing city to live in, but we are quite unsure what the steps are that we need to be taking, and I was hoping someone here could assist. I don't think my partner would have much difficulty coming over and finding work in his field, as I think medicine would probably be the same all over the world? (Please correct me if I am wrong) With a South African LL.B and being admitted as an attorney in the High Court of South Africa, I might be finding it more difficult to find a job in the field of Law, and I would like to know what I can do to start the process, alternatively what I can do to be eligible to even work as a corporate legal adviser, if at all possible. Also if anyone can provide assistance in the general process and in providing names of trusted companies to assist with the emigration, as we are afraid of possible con-artists, and would not even know what would be seen as danger signs. I look forward to your responses. Thanks Stefan
  3. Hi all, I am an IT professional migrating to Melbourne with my young family I am after some info on good IT recruitment agencies who will take my CV before I get to Oz...maybe line up some interviews etc for when we arrive??? Also, if anyone has any contacts in the IT industry who could help me out, that would be cool too!! Thanks in advance A
  4. Hi All I am looking to try an make contact with a few IT recruitment agencies in Melbourne in preparation for our move over to Oz in 2013. Can anyone recommend any good ones? Or has anyone tried other methods? ie possible sponsorship? Cheers guys Andy
  5. moving2melbourne

    Employment Help for New Migrants

    Casey Council is holding a free forum designed to help residents from different cultural backgrounds understand the Australian job market and employment opportunities. To be held on July 2, the forum was specifically aimed at newly arrived migrants and refugees and people from different cultures. The forum will outline a range of jobs that may be available to them and provide them with techniques to make their job search more successful. The program includes speakers from Centrelink, employment and recruitment agencies, Government agencies and education providers. Small breakout sessions will cover working conditions and pay, volunteering, understanding education and training in Australia and jobs available through the Westfield Community Employment Program.
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