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      Quote Originally Posted by Benny Hill View Post
      Thats a bit harsh comming from someone who has only been here 3 weeks

      Do you have you Citenzanship yet or are you still eligible for depotation......

      Ill be looking for you when i get back to work on Monday at the Immigration Office

      Ill have a real good nosey through your file and see how er can get you straight back too Blighty.....

      Shiver in the cold you nasty pommies......
      Ha Ha
      have a go mate . on a pr visa
      if i was you i would have a good look at yourself , you wouldnt pass the ielts tests looking at your spellings
      sort your self out
      TRA applied july 2010 ,TRA granted sep 2010 ,SS applied Jan 2011 , SS granted Mar 2011, 176 visa applied april 7th 2011
      Medicals june 2011, police checks completed and returned june 2011 , visa granted 22nd june 2011 , will arrive adelaide 3rd sep

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      Hhahahahahaha poor Benny needs to go back to school works in the imo office!!! pipe dream while flippin burgers lol xx but a least he has a dream and has a laugh others could learn from his example and chill out x

      now back to the OP I have researched most of the beachside suburbs and my favs were grange and west lakes shore on ease of getting to work, schools and affordability (when compared to glenelg) the far south were too difficult for me for travel but fav southen area was brighton and I also looked at the next suburb inland for affordability options and range of housing hope that helps

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      We live in Ethelton, and absolutely love it. Trains are close by as are lots of bus stops too. Semaphore is five minutes away, and West Lakes the same. We feel we have found the ideal spot for us, but I would agree with everyone else - get a short term rental, and look for somewhere that is within easy reach of where you are gonna work.
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