Other useful online and offline resources
Here at getting down under it’s our aim to provide those of you looking to make the move down under with as many useful resources as we can.
Today we are pleased to announce the release of a new category called CDR templates.
The aim of this new category is to provide examples of Competency Demonstration Reports (CDR’s) which will help those of you who wish to apply for migration skills assessment via Engineers Australia. […]
I’ve written recently about the little poll we’ve been running and the interesting results that it’s showing us (615 votes at time of typing).
However identifying the state in which you want to live is one thing, choosing which suburb you want to move into is another.
Getting first hand advice from people living in your […]
Once you finally made it down under the next thing that many folks will want to do is gain their Australian Citizenship so that they can become a ‘real aussie’
Getting Australian citizenship has recently got a little harder, not only do you need to be a permanent Australian resident for four years instead of two, from the 1st of October 2007 you also need to take the Australian citizenship test.
To help support this, The Australian citizenship website has launched a number of resources that will help those in preparing for and taking the new test.
The first is a new resource book
The resource book, creatively titled; ‘Becoming an Australian Citizen’, is supposed to help you prepare for the citizenship test. […]
The ASPC have published Information on making telephone or email enquiries to their offices.
This system has been established to provide consistent and efficient responses to email enquiries and you are requested not to send enquiries to individual departmental officers regarding an application unless specifically requested to do so.
The new section on the ASPC Site provides advice on how to:
Check the progress of your online application