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  1. snifter

    887 visa

    Please post in this thread for the 887 chat https://www.pomsinadelaide.com/topic/44612-887-visa-whats-the-update/
  2. snifter

    Need help

    You may get more replies if you post here in the 887 thread https://www.pomsinadelaide.com/topic/44612-887-visa-whats-the-update/
  3. snifter

    Jag 887

    Please post and ask in the active 887 thread we have going. These new threads often don't get any replies as people stick to the main 887 thread. I'll lock this one https://www.pomsinadelaide.com/topic/44612-887-visa-whats-the-update/
  4. snifter

    looking for 887 visa table

    For 887 visa chat this is the thread you need to be posting in. https://www.pomsinadelaide.com/topic/44612-887-visa-whats-the-update/
  5. snifter

    887 Visa - What's the update?

    MOD NOTICE Please note that the URL for this thread has changed. An 887 thread was merged with this one but the new thread overrode this thread's URL for some reason. The URL for this thread, '887 visa -whats the update' is now https://www.pomsinadelaide.com/topic/44612-887-visa-whats-the-update/ Thanks in advance
  6. snifter

    887 online application. Error

    The URL may now read differently due to a merging of threads not working as thought.
  7. I'm not talking the walk to the local park at the end of the street, these are more the have a morning, afternoon or even day out taking in the trails in the bigger conservation, recreation and national parks. This is a great list for those that enjoy roaming a bit more than across a local oval or along a beach or local park or who fancy a change. https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/goodliving/posts/2018/02/dogs-part-2 Also, if you are wanting to know which of these or other parks are on leash or off leash places (many are on leash for various reasons, usually wildlife and habitat protecting) there is a full list here https://www.environment.sa.gov.au/parks/Visiting/dogs-in-parks We take our dog to quite a few of the listed parks and have never had an issue in keeping him on a long leash. He's enjoyed it, walked for miles/hours and been safe and kept safe because of it. I'd never dream of letting him off during these walks. Having him on a leash saved his life when a brown snake crossed our path (had he been off he'd have been after it and I am sure would have most likely ended up bitten and therefore dead soon after). We also often see koalas and sometimes roos and emus and being on a leash means he can't risk scaring or hurting them nor them hurting him. The reasons for on leash being the norm in most parks. Why does my dog need to be on a lead? If your dog is unleashed, it is more likely to impact on native wildlife and other visitors in a park and be at risk itself. Risks to wildlife: Dogs off tracks will leave a scent in the bush that will keep wildlife away. Uncontrolled dogs may frighten wildlife and disrupt their natural behaviour. Some dogs will kill or injure wildlife. Risks to other park visitors Dogs may be aggressive to other park visitors. Even friendly dogs can knock people over causing injury. Some people want to enjoy parks without dogs. Risks to your dog Poison baits may be laid to control foxes. Baits can be fatal to dogs. Even if your dog is friendly, other dogs may not be. Your dog can catch parasites (such as fleas and ticks) from wildlife. Snake bites are a real risk in natural areas such as parks. Wildlife such as kangaroos and koalas will defend themselves if threatened by a dog and can cause significant injury to or the death of your dog.
  8. She needs to work through the Gov website on the 190. https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/visa-1/190- I would imagine she would need a skills assessment. And to be invited to apply. And a certain number of points (it may be 60, it may be more is needed) https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/supporting/Pages/190/points-table.aspx If she is struggling to get to grips with it all, she may well be advised to run her case past a reputable migration agent to see if she stands a chance at a visa.
  9. snifter

    Sponsorship in childcare/heavy goods driver

    Childcare. What kind exactly? Not sure an HGV driver is on the list. Not sure what childcare related jobs are on the list. Possibly managerial. You need to start with the skills list. See if you could be eligible depending on your qualifications, skills and experience. https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/work/work/skills-assessment-and-assessing-authorities/skilled-occupations-lists?utm_campaign=DonanimHaber&utm_medium=referral&utm_source=DonanimHaber
  10. Can’t help re VEVO and update details. Afaik you can carry her old passport also and if need be a copy of the visa grant notice to go with it.
  11. snifter

    405 visa

    It’s not a visa many seem to apply for. If you want a much bigger pool of people to hopefully get some replies, you may be better to post and ask this over on our sister site, PIO.
  12. snifter

    New to Forum

    Hello and welcome Read in your other post your kids are growing up. I look at mine and can't believe where the years have gone Sounds like you are a pretty long ways away from where we live as we are down in the southern foothills sort of thing. Happy to try to arrange to meet up for a coffee or something sometime though. Probably could come into the city or someplace mid way. Bit full on over the next few weeks as got birthdays on weekends and some kids sleepovers and stuff going on. Once that is all out the way though its looking a lot clearer in my diary. Can't usually do anything in the week as work/kids and sports stuff means I am pretty busy running round.
  13. snifter


    Yes, an RRV is needed.
  14. Does she have a RRV to enable her to get back into Australia? The travel portion on the visa lasts 5 years iirc. After that (unless citizenship is gained) an RRV is required. She should apply before she goes and hopefully it will be granted in time. https://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/trav/visa-1/155-
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    You only need one thread on this, I’ve deleted the other duplicates.

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