Migration Advice

I have called this page Migration Advice and that’s what you will find here. But it is also a resources page, with a mix of FAQs, along with some tips to help you plan your move. It is also a place where I can point you towards some useful articles on the blog that have got buried in the archives.

Ask Bob…

If you have a question about life in Australia or moving to Australia, I’m sure you will find the answer here. But if you don’t, just ask your question as a comment on the most relevant page.

Please do be aware though that I CANNOT answer any questions about getting a visa or visa applications, only MARA registered migration agents have the skills and knowledge to assist with such matters.

Questions about visas and applications.

Firstly, for those seriously looking to move to Australia and who want to know exactly how to proceed, I offer a professional assessment service conducted by a fully qualified MARA migration agent.

I highly recommend him, please check out my Visa Assessment Service.

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  • Raimon September 7, 2018, 8:06 am |

    Hi Bob, Just a queastion, I have a friend (Australian, born) He Married a filipina in the philippines 6 years ago, and said to say they split up 3 years ago.. She still lives in the philippines and HE has been paying her child support maintanance for their child every month,, She is Now living in Darwin AUS and she is demanding bigger money from him, She wont tell him were she lives and wont let him see his child, He is happy to keep paying child support but wants visitor access to his child, .could you give any advice on this matter?. She is planning to go back to philippines in a few months as she is on a tourest visa, and she will leave the child here with her new boyfriend/frien till she comes back,, and he feels it not right that he cant see his child or have someone else looking after his child that he dose not even know, or meet. thank you for your time on this matter.
    Raimon..

    • BobinOz September 7, 2018, 4:15 pm |

      Well, for sure, your friend needs to speak to a family lawyer about this to see what can be done. The sooner the better I would say. Good luck, Bob

  • Dipendra August 19, 2018, 7:06 pm |

    I would like to move Australia in work permit visa @Hospitality sector where I do have experience of 5 years in food and beverage side

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