Guest barmyarmy

neil n family need help

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    Guest barmyarmy

    me n my family are seriously thunking of moving to adelaide but need to do homework first,so any help on jobs ,schools,housing and lifestyle would relly help.i am a ceramic tiler my wife is a nurse n i have a 16 year old daughter n a 4 year old boy

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    Guest Django

    Hi Neil and family,

     

    You have come to the right the place. A good start as far as research goes is http://www.adelaidebound.com/

    My other 'arf is a nurse so we can deffo help you out there.

     

    Good like and welcome to PIA

     

    Pete

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    Guest kate

    See SELLING SELLING SELLING it may be what you are looking for?!?!?! I am also a nurse!, AND AROUND MY HOME FOR SALE IS......... a public primary school REYNELLA PRIMARY SCHOOL within walking distance NO BUSY roads to cross to get there, a kindergarten 5 minutes away MARY BYSWATER KINDERGARTEN, a child care centre a few minutes walk from my home REYNELLA COMMUNITY CHILD CARE CENTRE, a private primaryand secondary school 5 mins by car away WOODCROFT COLLEGE or public secondary school REYNELLA EAST HIGH 7-8 mins away by car or bus enroute. As my post says Flinders Medical Centre is about 10-15 mins by car away or again you can get there by public transport (GOOGLE flinders medical centre for employment). No idea about tilers jobs though sorry!! ...........google Career One maybe though.

    Regards

    kate

    Regards Kate

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    Guest barmyarmy

    cheers mate will be in touch just had a reply from www.h2h.com.au. in relation to my question n she says that a nursing home will sponsor our application ,need to talk to her sort out money n such .have you any thoughts on this

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    Guest barmyarmy

    thanks a lot loads to look at n to think about there .is there a sizeable brit community over there

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    Guest barmyarmy

    thanks for your help kate can u tell me typical price of four bedroom house in your area

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    Guest kate
    thanks for your help kate can u tell me typical price of four bedroom house in your area

     

     

    anywhere from $280,000 - $420,000 Australian dollars

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    Guest mOZzy

    hello neil and family!!

     

    can't really help with any of your questions just wanted to say

    hello and welcome to pia :wubclub:

     

     

    the only thing to do is research research research ...

    your pc will be your new best friend :biglaugh:

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    Hi there

     

    Both my hubby and I are nurses - just something to bear in mind, if you are a nurse the visa application is pretty straightforward for permanent residency. This may be a better option, (although not as quick) than an employer sponsered visa - that way you are not tied to your job but are free to pick and choose where you work, what hours you work, either full or part time and have the flexibility to move or do agency work if need be. On a permanent residency visa you are entitled to claim child benefit and rent assistance should you meet the earning criteria. If you need any help, then let me know.

     

    Lindsey

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    Guest guest569

    Wall and floor tilers are in great demand here. They are also some of the better paid. They are getting between $30 and $50 per m2.

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    Guest barmyarmy

    thanks a lot mate very helpful my wife was hoping to work part time.how old are the bairns my littleun is 4 year old

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    Guest barmyarmy

    what did yourselves choose to do concerning visas as tina quite fancies being part time n not tied down to 1 place as shes had enough of being stuck in fulltime ENGLISH HOSPITALS.

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    Guest barmyarmy

    would like to no what visa u choose tina fancies part time

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    Guest louiesmum
    Hi there

     

    Both my hubby and I are nurses - just something to bear in mind, if you are a nurse the visa application is pretty straightforward for permanent residency. This may be a better option, (although not as quick) than an employer sponsered visa - that way you are not tied to your job but are free to pick and choose where you work, what hours you work, either full or part time and have the flexibility to move or do agency work if need be. On a permanent residency visa you are entitled to claim child benefit and rent assistance should you meet the earning criteria. If you need any help, then let me know.

     

    Lindsey

    Hi

    We went for perminant reidency for just that reason, I'm a nurse & I didn't want to be tied to one employer/job. We got state sponsership, it was fairly straight forward. Good luck & welcome to PIA.

     

    Linsey thanks also for that info re child benefit & rent assistance. We hope to be out there very soon!!! Where do you both work?

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    Hi there

     

    We came out on a 136 (I believe that it may well have changed its name since we applied - but dont quote me!). Its a permanent residents visa - skilled. As I have said on previous posts, we have friends who have come out on employee sponsored visas and have absolutely hated where they have worked, but due to the type of visa are stuck where they are working , which means they either like it and lump it or leave (which the majority have). I dont want to name and shame because whats right for one isn't always right for the other, but having a visa in your own right allows you to choose where, when and how many hours that you work - within limits. I am going to be agency nursing with NASA (although I am still waiting for my registration to come through) - Andy does agency through them and CNS but works mainly at The Wakefield Hospital in the city - and loves it. If you need any help let me know, as I have said before for nurses the application process is pretty straightforward.

     

    My children are 6 and 3!

     

    Lindsey:)

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    Guest The Waite Family

    :embarrassed: posted in wrong place sorry have moved it now

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