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Old 19th June 2008, 12:21 PM
 
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Hello everyone,

yet another question!!!!!!
We are going on a 457 sponsored visa; this means i can work, and so can the oh, eventually. However, everything advertised in the local rag stipulates must have, blah blah......
So, can he apply without residency? are there jobs that don't require such restrictions?
Suppose he will just have to trawl the golf courses of SA as he planned to do
This may also mean that my eldest offspring will continue his life of loafing! NO BLOODY WAY MATE.
Anyone advise?
Jane

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Hi Jane,

As far as I see it, dependents on a 457 visa will have full work and study rights ergo he will be able to get a job and not sponge off you any longer

So have no fear, your little bundle of joy can join the real world (although I bet it will be a shock to his system LOL).

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What kind of job is he looking for that requires permanent residency? In my experience, only government jobs generally have that requirement. For most jobs, he'll need to have a valid work visa of which a 457 dependent would be permitted to work without restriction.

so, unfortunately for him, he probably won't be hitting the golf course every day unless he manages to swing (bad pun) for a job as a caddy

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We are going on a 457 and yes he can apply for jobs because once you get the 457 you all have the right to live work and study and since most Aussie kids stay in school til at least 18 and their school years work differently to ours SEND HIM BACK TO SCHOOL I am sure he may prefer work if u threaten him with school
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Cheers everyone
Phew, that's a relief........ the thought of being at the coal-face while they have a life, brought me out in a jealous perspiration!!!

Back to school? what a weapon! it'll beat the bribery, emotional blackmail and sulking. I am convinced James is becoming immune

Plan A it is then; 3-6 months of settling in, then he's back on the job market. At least he'll have a better complection!!!!!
Take care
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