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Ziaul View Drop Down

Joined: 22/September/2016
Location: Australia
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    Posted: 22/September/2016 at 13:30
Afternoon All,
My younger brother lived and worked here in Australia before. He now is in his original country, left the visa expired.
We are talking to some sponsors who want him to come for a day-trial before they sponsor him for 457 visa.
What would be best visa option for him at this moment, apart from family sponsored visit visa (600)?
Is there any particular type of visa he can apply? If need to apply for 600 visa, is it wise to mention that he will have job interview?
Please help.

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Joined: 18/February/2016
Location: Australia
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  Quote lizajack2013 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15/April/2017 at 19:32
I'd think it depends on your qualifications, but I'd imagine if you qualify for the 457 skilled migrant visa, in theory at least people in your profession are in limited supply in Australia. So therefore if you are not completely incompetent, your English language skills are up to par you'd stand a good chance of finding a job in your chosen field.

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