[Powderworks] Australian Migration
Kate Parker Adams
kate at dnki.net
Tue Jun 1 21:05:13 MDT 2004
All I know is that a secondary maths teacher and family a good shot, so long
as math teachers remain in high demand in all English speaking countries.
When I finish my PhD, maybe we can adopt a third son?
From: powderworks-bounces at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu
[mailto:powderworks-bounces at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu]On Behalf Of curtis
Sent: Tuesday, June 01, 2004 10:49 PM
To: powderworks at cs-lists.cs.colorado.edu
Subject: [Powderworks] Australian Migration
Does anyone on this list have any experience with Australian Migration,
or know the best route to go through? I checked on the independent
skills list, and unfortunately I currently sit at 110 points (I need 120
points to pass), and I am 4 months too late in using my Australian work
experience from 2000 to achieve a 5 point bonus! ARGH!
I guess a Canadian trying to pass for refugee status probably doesn't
stand a chance huh?
If anyone has any ideas or stories, I'd love to hear 'em. Oh, and
unless someone wants to make me their long-lost relative, last time I
checked, I have no family down there (not saying that the friends I made
aren't considered family to me).
PS. Anyone know of any Australian companies eager to hire Canadians to
add to their Australian workforce????? :) If I get desperate enough I
just might be willing to be their bitch for 2 years or more.
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