We have many problems getting visas and working legally. In addition to the obvious language barrier.
Those of us who want to travel to Australia have several entry visa options, but the most common and easy to obtain are: tourist or student.
If you come as a tourist, you can stay for up to 1 year but every three months you will have to renew your visa by leaving the country or paying. With this visa it is illegal to work.
With a tourist visa you cannot work so the easiest option is to come with a student visa that will allow you to work 20 hours legally.
We do not recommend in your situation to come with the student visa, which allows you to work 20 legal hours a week. When coming with the boys the costs are very expensive, in addition to the obvious personal impediments. This type of visa is designed for students who come to learn the language or study at the university and combine studies with some work to defray expenses.
To give you an idea of the prices for the schooling of minors under your charge in Australia, I provide you with this link, where you can see the prices of the schools in each state:
On the one hand, compatriots who are in Australia say that there is not so much job offer, the dentist profession left the list of professions. Send an email, I hope you can guide me a little more
Hello, I am an industrial engineer, I am 34 years old and have an 11-year-old son, I would like to move to live, work and study in Australia with my son, I would like to know what I should do and how. thanks.
Hello! I would like to know if you made your plans and how it has been, I am 27 years old and have a 9-year-old son.
Hello, I am very interested in moving to Australia and learning English there, and I have tried to contact you through many means. be it skype, your email, even your page. but I don’t have any answer yet … I would appreciate your answer. Thank you very much
I was born in Buenos Aires and I am established here. I have my parents, siblings, friends, clients and they are all perfect but still here but I’m always thinking about wanting to live there, because I’m not professional my chances of getting a job are reduced. I am a motorcyclist but I don’t think there is work related to that. I’m still improving my English and by the way know their culture and traditions, I also try to add acquaintances through the face, in case someone also needs a contact in bs as
I live in Buenos Aires and I plan to go live there for a year and if God wants more, until when are you there?
Hello Lucas. I would like to ask you how long have you lived in Australia? What job possibility is there? And if you have an idea what the subject of education is like … in the case of a family with children.
David, if you give us your approval, we will send your e-mail privately to Ana so you don’t have to write it here 😉
Hello, I have been thinking about a change for a long time, and learning English would be fantastic, to be able to speak and understand what they tell me. I’m a dentist and I work in Valladolid, but it would be great to be able to go out for a few months. Thanks for your page, I have seen that chronological age does not matter as much as desire and illusion.
Hello Elena, I am also a dentist (in Madrid) and 3 years ago I went to Australia for 6 months … And in a few, I will go again! If you need information, write me! Go ahead and do it, and with Aussieyoutoo better!
Hello, I would like to know more about Australia, since it is one of my dreams. I would like to know what the labor field is like. And how do I request the requirements to apostille my documents?
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