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Old Feb 6th 2002, 4:19 pm
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Hi citizens of Limbo,

With all the latest bad news, would be useful to get together sometime during Migrate 2002 to share sorrows?

Also, should we offer our services to help out at the visa office (those of us who might be able to)?

Looking on the bright side
1. Fast tracking Nurses (good thing) may mean they have nearly cleared the IT backlog??
2. On July 1st there should be a sudden spurt of visa's

Nigel and Sally (who are off to down a bottle of Aussie wine)
 
Old Feb 6th 2002, 4:38 pm
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Now that's optimism for you. See, you're Aussie already. Me, I'm still a Pom pessimist.

No, fast tracking for nurses/IT means everyone else on the sidelines. And with all that's going on it could be a LONG wait.

Barramundi anyone ?
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Nigel & Sally, which part of Oz are you heading for? We were hoping to meet up with anyone going to Perth like us.
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Old Feb 7th 2002, 7:51 pm
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Alan & Marie both attending emigrate 2002 and will be there for the weekend we also
will eventually be heading to perth to see friends for a couple of weeks then holiday
drive north to end in Katherine NT. Not sure when in the future that will be cos only
just got tra assesment back and about to send in application but one day somehow we
will leave this cold miserable place and give our kids a brighter future.
 
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Originally posted by ndaltonb
Hi citizens of Limbo,

With all the latest bad news, would be useful to get together sometime during Migrate 2002 to share sorrows?

Also, should we offer our services to help out at the visa office (those of us who might be able to)?

Looking on the bright side
1. Fast tracking Nurses (good thing) may mean they have nearly cleared the IT backlog??
2. On July 1st there should be a sudden spurt of visa's

Nigel and Sally (who are off to down a bottle of Aussie wine)
We'll probably be there on Saturday, on our way to Melbourne (someday).

Paul (Penfolds) & Fran (Yarrunga field)
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Old Feb 8th 2002, 10:30 am
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We will be there on Friday and Sat. Took someone's advice about not booking too many seminars on one day. Also aiming for Melbourne.

Partial to Pendulum

Nigel and Sally

P.S. Who will you support in the rugby?? 'Fraid I still support the Springboks
 
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P.S. Who will you support in the rugby?? 'Fraid I still support the Springboks
ACT Brumbies (unless Melbourne gets a Super 14 side), Leicester Tigers, England and Oz

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Old Feb 9th 2002, 7:42 am
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Hi,

You need to examine the IT specialisations listed on the MODL (Migration Occupations
in Demand List) and state the item, eg Oracle, in which you have at least 12 months
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Being on the MODL is worth five points! And it is essential that ACS indicates in
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