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hello
i want to move to perth,
main objective is to get the PR
due to some problem's i am shifting there,
i have my sister who is married there and she now is a citizen
i been to perth once last year
my ielts score is 6.5
im 19 years old

i'v finished my hsc in 2011 i got 47 % commerce
iv done my acting course in mumbai recently from a well known institution " kishore namit kapoor acting institute"

i had given my ielts in nov 2011 when will it expire ? i heard its more then 2 years now ? can i still use the one i have ?
i am currently doing B.A english Second year from swami vivekanand distance education

im having a really hard time here, i would really like to move there
can someone suggest me a simple course which would get me there
on student visa and later favor as PR
something like how cookery was used before to get there
i really need this change in life so once i am there and own a pr il be alright
thank you
 

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You can still become a cook now I think.
IELTS expires in 3 years.

But your grades are very average and your choice of subjects is not great either.

You may try for TAFE courses. They are something like Indian diploma courses.
 
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Finish your graduation with minimum 60% from India. Otherwise your two year will be wasted.

And for PG move to Australia.
 

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Finish your graduation with minimum 60% from India. Otherwise your two year will be wasted.

And for PG move to Australia.
thank's for your reply
as i said before i need to move now cause of some personal reasons
can you help me on behalf of that ?
 

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Skilled migration is ruled out for you.
So is Asylum.

Student visa and Spouse based visa seem to be the only options I can see.
 

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Skilled migration is ruled out for you.
So is Asylum.

Student visa and Spouse based visa seem to be the only options I can see.
thanks again,
yes i am looking towards a student visa it self
but cant pick a course which would later help me with a PR
something more practical then theory
 

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I am replying to this after months.

Most course are practical courses. Cooking, Mech Engineering,B.Com., Comp Sc etc.

The only courses which don't serve some real practical purpose are called arts/fine arts. You are doing both of them!
 
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