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Anyone under 30 moved and got visa WA successfully?

Old Feb 11th 2020, 3:38 pm
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Default Anyone under 30 moved and got visa WA successfully?

Hi guys,

Is there anybody on here that is under 35 and have successfully moved to WA? Preferably Perth,

Im just about to do the move with my family of 4, my partner and two children but I’m looking to discuss some things with someone who has done the move and is successfully living in Australia with secured visa and/or citizenship.

I have come across a situation surrounding National Insurance and identity over there. I just wanted to know how others managed it, but I can’t post on here as obviously it’s my identity, which I’m sure will be against rules to post publicly.

thanks in advance
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Old Feb 12th 2020, 12:55 pm
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Originally Posted by Perthmover92 View Post
Hi guys,

Is there anybody on here that is under 35 and have successfully moved to WA? Preferably Perth,

Im just about to do the move with my family of 4, my partner and two children but I’m looking to discuss some things with someone who has done the move and is successfully living in Australia with secured visa and/or citizenship.

I have come across a situation surrounding National Insurance and identity over there. I just wanted to know how others managed it, but I can’t post on here as obviously it’s my identity, which I’m sure will be against rules to post publicly.

thanks in advance
There is no equivalent of National Insurance here
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Old Feb 13th 2020, 5:35 am
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What visa are you planning on going on?
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