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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by sugark(f): 12:18pm On Jan 06
Hi everyone, is there any whatsapp group for Nigerians living in Sydney or Nigerians living in western Sydney... I recently moved in and would love to join.... Thanks

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Tonero123: 6:05pm On Jan 06
sugark:
Hi everyone, is there any whatsapp group for Nigerians living in Sydney or Nigerians living in western Sydney... I recently moved in and would love to join.... Thanks

Hi Sugark,

Happy New Year

Please I’m planning to move with my family to western Sydney but I don’t have anyone to talk to over there, can you please help me with information of an affordable area there that I can get a two bedroom flat for like 350/wk. An area that have good schools for kids.


I’ll be happy if I can chat you privately on watsupp or Facebook please.

Thank you.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Cottyekundayo(m): 11:35am On Jan 14
Hi fellaz, is there anyone in Norther Queensland? Townsville / Cairns area . Kindly DM
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Alphadoor: 4:05am On Jan 15
sugark:
Hi everyone, is there any whatsapp group for Nigerians living in Sydney or Nigerians living in western Sydney... I recently moved in and would love to join.... Thanks
Tonero123:


Hi Sugark,

Happy New Year


check my signature

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Nicoletheo: 9:27am On Jan 15
Hello NL Family,

Happy New year to all.

I have Canada PR while my partner is pursuing Australian PR. Please where would you advice us to move to? Personally, Im looking to Australia majorly because of the weather.

What are the living conditions like? Are there job opportunities? Im in IT while he is into Drilling operations.

Thanks in advance to your response.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bligs: 10:02am On Jan 15
Nicoletheo:
Hello NL Family,

Happy New year to all.

I have Canada PR while my partner is pursuing Australian PR. Please where would you advice us to move to? Personally, Im looking to Australia majorly because of the weather.

What are the living conditions like? Are there job opportunities? Im in IT while he is into Drilling operations.

Thanks in advance to your response.

Since you already have a Canadian PR, why not activate it and after two or three years you can effortlessly move to Australia instead of wasting time and resources for Australian PR?
Even if you are a citizen, school fees for children is not totally free unlike Canada, IT jobs are concentrated in the big cities and you compete with the best to get one, drilling jobs is on the lowest level as Australia is not an oil producing country and the closest occupation to that is in mining sector which is also on the decline.
The good thing is that there's high tendency of making more money in Australia than Canada in as much as you are not lazy and you are flexible to switch occupation in events of what you aspire is not forth coming and also things are relatively expensive than in Canada, weather conditions actually varies across the States, can be extremely cold during winter as well as very hot during summer.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Nicoletheo: 10:23am On Jan 15
Thank you and God bless you
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by vikmeek: 12:12am On Jan 16
Anyone coming to Sydney and needs an apartment, One large bedroom in a 3bed flat apartment..2 other people are Nigerians too.. furnished. Townhouse

Granville location

Rent is 164 pw

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by rinzylee(m): 5:07pm On Jan 17
Alas the rains...Alas the fire is going out!!!

Happy !!!

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by imran90(m): 6:06pm On Jan 17
Australia as always been my dream country. I'm an OND holder and I'm a tiller as well, please which type of Australian visa is advisable for me to obtain.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by sugark(f): 11:42am On Jan 19
Alphadoor:


check my signature

Happy new year
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by sugark(f): 11:44am On Jan 19
Alphadoor:


check my signature

@Alphadoor what do you mean by my signature?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Ugoau: 11:08pm On Jan 19
Good evening all. can someone engage into a business in Australia as foreign student e g real estate like buy a lland , build and sell the building thanks
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by ignis(f): 7:43am On Jan 20
Following in advance
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by barleeh: 6:06am On Jan 21
vikmeek:
Anyone coming to Sydney and needs an apartment, One large bedroom in a 3bed flat apartment..2 other people are Nigerians too.. furnished. Townhouse

Granville location

Rent is 164 pw
I'm interested i will be coming February or march. Can I have your details please?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by MissyGSam: 5:52am On Jan 22
Hi My Fellow Australians

Happy New Year!

Is anyone relocating (or planning to relocate) to Sydney? My family and I and happy to host you for a few days till you find your accommodation and generally settle down. In fact you will be welcomed with hot, spicy Jollof and cold orange juice, with the possibility of dodo, and of course all for free.

What is in it for us? Nothing, or should I say the blessings of God.

So why are we doing this? Well, let's just say, it is our own way of giving back and serving God this year. When we arrived a fellow Nigeria we barely knew took us in, accommodated us and feed us for FREE. So yes we are giving back.

Why Should You Trust Us:
Good question. Unfortunately, I don't have a convincing answer. As Nigerians I know we know SCAM is real. But I am happy to answer questions to ease your fears.


Family Composition
We live toward Western Sydney
Family of 3
You get a room to yourself.

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by MissyGSam: 5:54am On Jan 22
Hi

Try St Marys, Penrith, Kingswood. You can even get a Town House for that price.
I live in Syndey just in case you need more info.

Tonero123:


Hi Sugark,

Happy New Year

Please I’m planning to move with my family to western Sydney but I don’t have anyone to talk to over there, can you please help me with information of an affordable area there that I can get a two bedroom flat for like 350/wk. An area that have good schools for kids.


I’ll be happy if I can chat you privately on watsupp or Facebook please.

Thank you.


Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by micluv111: 9:13am On Jan 22
MissyGSam:
Hi My Fellow Australians

Happy New Year!

Is anyone relocating (or planning to relocate) to Sydney? My family and I and happy to host you for a few days till you find your accommodation and generally settle down. In fact you will be welcomed with hot, spicy Jollof and cold orange juice, with the possibility of dodo, and of course all for free.

What is in it for us? Nothing, or should I say the blessings of God.

So why are we doing this? Well, let's just say, it is our own way of giving back and serving God this year. When we arrived a fellow Nigeria we barely knew took us in, accommodated us and feed us for FREE. So yes we are giving back.

Why Should You Trust Us:
Good question. Unfortunately, I don't have a convincing answer. As Nigerians I know we know SCAM is real. But I am happy to answer questions to ease your fears.


Family Composition
We live toward Western Sydney
Family of 3
You get a room to yourself.


Seriously

U are blessed....

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by imran90(m): 9:58am On Jan 22
MissyGSam:
Hi My Fellow Australians

Happy New Year!

Is anyone relocating (or planning to relocate) to Sydney? My family and I and happy to host you for a few days till you find your accommodation and generally settle down. In fact you will be welcomed with hot, spicy Jollof and cold orange juice, with the possibility of dodo, and of course all for free.

What is in it for us? Nothing, or should I say the blessings of God.

So why are we doing this? Well, let's just say, it is our own way of giving back and serving God this year. When we arrived a fellow Nigeria we barely knew took us in, accommodated us and feed us for FREE. So yes we are giving back.

Why Should You Trust Us:
Good question. Unfortunately, I don't have a convincing answer. As Nigerians I know we know SCAM is real. But I am happy to answer questions to ease your fears.


Family Composition
We live toward Western Sydney
Family of 3
You get a room to yourself.

please respond to my mail.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Tonero123: 4:12pm On Jan 22
MissyGSam:
Hi My Fellow Australians

Happy New Year!

Is anyone relocating (or planning to relocate) to Sydney? My family and I and happy to host you for a few days till you find your accommodation and generally settle down. In fact you will be welcomed with hot, spicy Jollof and cold orange juice, with the possibility of dodo, and of course all for free.

What is in it for us? Nothing, or should I say the blessings of God.

So why are we doing this? Well, let's just say, it is our own way of giving back and serving God this year. When we arrived a fellow Nigeria we barely knew took us in, accommodated us and feed us for FREE. So yes we are giving back.

Why Should You Trust Us:
Good question. Unfortunately, I don't have a convincing answer. As Nigerians I know we know SCAM is real. But I am happy to answer questions to ease your fears.


Family Composition
We live toward Western Sydney
Family of 3
You get a room to yourself.


Hi MissyGSam

Thanks so much I’ll be very happy to speak to you more on this. I’ll be sending you a private msg.

Thank you
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Tonero123: 4:29pm On Jan 22
MissyGSam:
Hi

Try St Marys, Penrith, Kingswood. You can even get a Town House for that price.
I live in Syndey just in case you need more info.


Hi MissyGSam

I’ll be very happy if you can assist me with more information. I’ve sent you an email please respond to that email so that I can get your contact.

Thank you so much, you’re truly an angel sent by God to assist me on this.

Thank you once again
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by MissyGSam: 11:22pm On Jan 22
Yes I have responded to your email.
Tonero123:


Hi MissyGSam

I’ll be very happy if you can assist me with more information. I’ve sent you an email please respond to that email so that I can get your contact.

Thank you so much, you’re truly an angel sent by God to assist me on this.

Thank you once again
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by pitman10: 11:30am On Jan 23
MissyGSam:
Yes I have responded to your email.



Good day everyone, please can I drive with my international drivers license in Australia?
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by masco131(m): 9:49pm On Jan 23
pitman10:




Good day everyone, please can I drive with my international drivers license in Australia?
Yes but if you have PR you can only drive with it for 3 months
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by pitman10: 10:10pm On Jan 23
masco131:

Yes but if you have PR you can only drive with it for 3 months


Thanks for your response, I'm coming with a student Visa
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by masco131(m): 10:35pm On Jan 23
pitman10:



Thanks for your response, I'm coming with a student Visa
You can use it without changing it. Students don't need to change
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by pitman10: 10:41pm On Jan 23
masco131:

You can use it without changing it. Students don't need to change


Alright...thank you

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Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bligs: 2:29am On Jan 24
pitman10:




Good day everyone, please can I drive with my international drivers license in Australia?
Whether student or PR, you are only allow to drive with overseas licence for 6months.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by Solitin40: 3:54am On Jan 24
bligs:

Whether student or PR, you are only allow to drive with overseas licence for 6months.
I’m NSW International students can drive without converting but I will advise you convert it because it’s a strong I.D
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bligs: 6:00am On Jan 24
Solitin40:

I’m NSW International students can drive without converting but I will advise you convert it because it’s a strong I.D
Students are also driving without converting in Victoria but everything changed last October, everyone have the grace of 6months to convert. Even if you're a student in NSW, the duration given by law is 3months, ppl are just risking it and that doesn't mean the law is not in place.
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by pitman10: 8:51am On Jan 24
bligs:

Students are also driving without converting in Victoria but everything changed last October, everyone have the grace of 6months to convert. Even if you're a student in NSW, the duration given by law is 3months, ppl are just risking it and that doesn't mean the law is not in place.



I'll be heading to Queensland, I don't know if the law of converting applies there
Re: Living In Australia/life As An Australian Immigrant by bligs: 9:11am On Jan 24
pitman10:




I'll be heading to Queensland, I don't know if the law of converting applies there
You can drive for as long as you like as at now in Queensland but its advisable to get one because its even requirement for some jobs.

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