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2nd year visa app, 1st year no work/injured

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    Posted: 01/March/2011 at 11:54
Hey guys, hope someone out there can help me.

Ok I went to australia on a 1 year working visa in 2004 years ago, I only stayed for 5 weeks and went home becuase of injury. I never done any work while i was there.

I want to apply for a second year Oz visa, however they say you must have had 3month work behind you to get another one

Is there any way around this? would they be leniant to my situation? I dont really want to pay £165 application to find out the answer.

If there isn't a way around this what are my options? whats the longest holiday you can go on their? or anything like that.

Any information would be more than greatful

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