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|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by bellong: 10:52pm On Jan 25, 2019|
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Gamgrul: 4:12pm On Jan 28, 2019|
hi Dragon! I'm planning to move to Adelaide to do a Diploma at TAFE South Australia @Regency Park. How good is Adelaide? Are there part time jobs and other opportunities for students? I'll appreciate your prompt response. Thanks.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Gamgrul: 4:16pm On Jan 28, 2019|
Thanks Bellong. Could you please tell me why Victoria? I respect and value your opinion.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by bellong: 4:53am On Jan 29, 2019|
You asked for the place to find part time jobs faster for students and I gave you the best option out of the 3. That is why.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Gamgrul: 12:40pm On Jan 29, 2019|
I'm coming on a student visa, to study at TAFE South Australia first, then continue at a University in South Australia. How good is Adelaide - safety, part time work (both unskilled and skilled)?
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by chaiks: 5:38am On Jan 30, 2019|
Gamgrul:from discussion with someone, western Australia (perth) . How much is the tafe program? Please whats the hope of anyone that applied for the Australian awards africa but didn't submit any English test? Gurus, your input is needed.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Gamgrul: 7:57am On Jan 30, 2019|
you plan moving to perth? Can we plan and work together?
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Lucky1818: 3:43pm On May 19, 2019|
Good day all,
I have 6 months visa to attend a seminar in Australia,
Please I want to know if I can apply for work permit when I get to Australia.
Please I need anyone in Australia to advice me on how to get work permit when I get to Australia
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by mummy1964(f): 7:37am On Jul 01, 2019|
Good day my wonderful people. I need your sincere advice based on.ur experiences. My daughter graduated from university of education in.Nigeria with 3rd class in Back(Educ.) In sociology. In 2012. And since then been teaching. Pls she is willing to take up.a pr process. But confuse of using this to scape through. Pls what is your advice and what does she need to do?
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by tyosho: 2:44pm On Jul 01, 2019|
She needs to register on Nairaland first,read through all the posts that that talk about what countries she wants to migrate to and proceed from there.
Once she decides what path she wants to follow,you can then provide her with the support she needs.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Richboi965: 3:57pm On Jul 22, 2019|
Hi guys am in Sydney for aboyt two weeks can anyone get me Nigerians location pls holat at me.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by pinkygurl(f): 11:10am On Aug 17, 2019|
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by oluayebenz: 10:35pm On Aug 29, 2019|
Is Australia work visa that easy
Pls be very careful with that agent and make sure you dont pay anything until the visa is out.
Even before you balance him do proper verification of that visa.
My one cent
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by bellong: 5:46am On Aug 30, 2019|
Do you know 'these people' that travelled to Australia with that visa personally? Or it is the story the agent told you?
Yes, people travel to Australia in numbers daily but you have to travel legally and right.
Subclass 189 is not a work visa. It is a permanent resident visa and it is not valid for two years. Since you are sure of the person and what he does, all I can do is to wish you all the best in Australia.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by j3log: 10:33pm On Aug 30, 2019|
You will definitely cry Las Las
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Bnimz(m): 6:13am On Aug 31, 2019|
j3log:by the time the package cast, we no go hear anything.. he'll just go underground.... ... Unless there's a visa stealing scam I haven't heard about yet, you cannot get 189 by just paying money...
@Psalmdara But hey, if it turns out to be legit, by all means, when you land, let us know... I know several people in Nigeria who would be interested.
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by tunlex01(m): 5:15pm On Sep 01, 2019|
Lucky1818:What's the visa subclass you were granted?
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Silentthinker: 7:34am On Sep 21, 2019|
Hello house.Hi,I guess you are in Australia now.How did u go about the process?I have bunch of questions to ask.
Eagerly waiting for your response.Thanks
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by dubaiprince: 8:53pm On Sep 22, 2019|
Please i need a candid advice. I am married with three kids (5,3 and 1). I stay in Lagos and my salary is about 10 million per annum with bright chances this will increase yearly in terms of salary reviews and promotions as I work with a big four. In short I can current afford to send my kids to good schools and take care of my family's basic needs. Would it be advisable to take a job offer in Australia (most likely sydney) for 80 to 85k AUD per annum pre-tax and live comfortably there with my family?
|Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by Bnimz(m): 2:35am On Sep 23, 2019|
dubaiprince:with 10M per annum in Naija, you are a big man.... if you move to Aus for that salary you mentioned, You probably won't be able to live the way you are used to... And if your wife is currently a stay-at-home mum, she might have to start working.. in short, your comfort will reduce...so its up to you to decide whether a brighter future for your kids + more security and peace of mind in Australia outweighs the relatively easy life in Nigeria on that kind of salary..
If I was in your position though, I wouldn't move. i would process permanent residence in both Canada and Australia, fly over, activate it and hold it in case things go to hell in Nigeria one day, but I wouldn't actually relocate for anything below 120k. .... The cost of living is triple (or more) the cost of living in Nigeria, It doesn't make much economic sense to move for just Double the salary.
But hey, its just my opinion.
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