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Hi again,
I am wondering whether we should apply for PR & just be patient or try to get a job first, get working visa & apply for PR over there!! Can you apply for PR Straight up when you grunt there??
Thanks for any insight you guys might have :)
 

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Hi again,
I am wondering whether we should apply for PR & just be patient or try to get a job first, get working visa & apply for PR over there!! Can you apply for PR Straight up when you grunt there??
Thanks for any insight you guys might have :)
I don't understand your second sentence. What is your occupation?
 

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Sorry damn auto correct, I meant when we get there!!
My husband is a plumber, I'm a zookeeper but don't think that's ever on any list!!
I was basically asking, if he could get a job & we headed over on work visa, how easy is it to apply for PR once there??
 

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Sorry damn auto correct, I meant when we get there!!
My husband is a plumber, I'm a zookeeper but don't think that's ever on any list!!
I was basically asking, if he could get a job & we headed over on work visa, how easy is it to apply for PR once there??
It takes longer to get PR status from within the country than from without. His occupation is on THE LIST and could provide PR status within 6-9 months. It can be a complicated process getting PR status from a Working Holiday Visa.
 
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