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6 Things you should know if you want to study and work as a Personal Trainer in Australia

  How can I become a Personal Trainer? Personal Trainers require two nationally accredited qualifications a Certificate III and IV in Fitness,  with these two qualifications you are then able to gain membership with the leading fitness associations – Fitness Australia or Physical Activity Australia.   Can I study and work in Australia? Absolutely! Normally...
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areas regionales en Australia

Partner Visa

Do you know what is required to apply for a visa to remain in or migrate to Australia as the spouse or partner of an Australian? To begin, with you need to either be married or in a de facto relationship with an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or Eligible New Zealand Citizen who is eligible...
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regional visas in Australia

Could I be eligible for a Subclass 187 Visa?

Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme Visa (RSMS). Subclass 187 This is a permanent visa- which has 2 streams: 1. The Temporary Residence Transition Stream – This may be available if you have been working for your employer in a regional area, as the holder of a subclass 457 or 482 visa in the Medium- Term Stream...
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Study abroad English

Why study abroad?

1. The value of your degree is going up Companies around the world are looking more than a traditional profile. They are looking for professionals that be able to assume challenges with responsibility and a global vision. Study overseas is evidence of willingness to take on challenges with independency and this vision. 2. New perspectives,...
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work and holiday australia

Are you eligible for a Skilled or Employer Sponsored Visa?

There are 2 main occupations lists used by the Department of Immigration and Border Protection for the purposes of skilled and employer sponsored migration. 1. Medium and Long Term Strategic Skills List (MLTSSL) 2. Short Term Skilled Occupations List (STSOL) The use and applicability of each list depends on the specific visa type being applied...
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Aboriginal Artwork

1. The dot style only emerged in the early 1970’s from the remote Northern Territory community of Papunya. 2. Aboriginal people are not a homogenous group but rather a diverse group of hundreds of nations and clans within. There is thought to have been around 250 languages and 600 dialects spoken at the time of...
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study during your work and holiday visa

Frequently Asked Questions about Working Holiday Visas

1. Which are the general requirements to apply for a Working Holiday Visa in Australia? To be at least 18 years old but not yet 31 years of age Do not have a dependent child accompanying you at any time during your stay in Australia Have a passport from an eligible country http://www.homeaffairs.gov.au/Trav/Visa-1/417-#tab-content-1 2. How long...
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tax return in Australia

5 basic things that you should know about TFN (Tax File Number)

1. Avoid paying the highest rate Tax file numbers (TFN) are required by the government to guard against tax evasion. It is strongly recommended that you obtain a TFN when arriving in Australia. If you do not have a Tax File Number, any income you earn (including interest on bank accounts) will be taxed at...
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