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I've just come of the telephone with 'go matilda' and no SA do not ask for proof of funds, which is a huge weight of my mind especially with the new points system in the pipeline !
Thats great news!! Thanks for the Info....least I not have to rob the lcoal bank now!!! cheers helen
I'm using Go Matilda, they said the same thing to me, I was really worried because all our money is tied up in the house. They are a brilliant company and would highly recommend them.
well i know we wont have half the money of what we would like, had the house valued and its not going to leave us with much will be lucky to have $20,000.but going out there with attitude that we are both going to have to work.i currently drive lgv's going to have to do retest in aus to get licence back and will take any job i can get if thats what i have to do to give my family the life i want them to have. My o/h is a hairdresser so between us we will be ok got to be optomistic.
Hi all, I'm with visa bureau and they told me tHe same as go Matilda had told baggienurse for a family of four you need 40,000 and 20,000 cash but it doesn't need proving till a visa is given .
Ss applied 8/12/10
Paperwork received 10/1/2011
And still waiting...........................
Can you advise me please. I can see you've done the IELTS, passed skills assessment with ANMC and applied for SA sponsorship, but have you applied for your visa's yet. I too am a nurse and about to start the whole process, but i'm not sure if I should apply for our visa first or to ANMC for skills assessment, or AHPRA for nurse registration or SA for sponsorship. Any advice would be gratefully received. Many thanks Bev
1st skills assessment (ielts + anmc)
2nd state sponsorship
3rd main visa
We are going for a 176 pr visa you may want a different one which may require different things, so it maybe worth you getting professional advice from a migration expert on your situation.
hope this helps Lisa
Last edited by Guest6899; 07-02-2011 at 09:10 AM.
Thanks Lisa, that's really helpful - will start it today. I'm off work at the moment - slipped on ice going to work in hospital!! #tib/fib!! So i've got plenty of time to get on with it. I was going to attempt to apply for everything myself following advice from other PIA's. We always had in mind to apply for 176 visas to get the security from the start, but being in our mid 40's and with the visa's taking so long I am concerned. We too have a soon to be 11 yr old boy, which area are you considering to live? We went out this time last year and loved it. Thanks again. Bev