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  2. My mum compiled the required forms and ordered them as per the Checklist supplied with the instructions. She then sent them by courier to my home address and I sent them through registered Auspost. I don't think you need to worry about binders etc as they may afterall have their own system of receipting and filing. Just keep a full copy of the application and all supportings before sending them. Just get the application in as fast as you can as the delays are already inordinate. Best wishes
  3. I’ve forgotten already but camping with my daughter and family now, she confirmed that we sent the initial 47PA application papers to her and she sent it by registered post to Parent Centre in Perth. It could be different now. Just consult the internet and 143 application details.
  4. RYLC

    BA undergrad and PGCE work experience points

    They only credit your post PGCE experience because you were not a qualified teacher (for their purposes) until you had the PGCE.
  5. I thought all the documents were uploaded electronically nowadays. @Dirkz (or anybody who has already done this step) can you give please guidance to Geronimo.
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  7. Hello Everyone Any recommendations on which shipping company is cost effective and reliable from SA to Australia? And how much does it cost. I'm assuming the common container size to send over is 20ft. I will get some quotes, but recommendations will make the research easier. Thank you.
  8. Thank you. Just what I needed. How did you submit your application. In what form? A binder, stapled together or how. I'm thinking of a nice binder with sub folders. Another thing, do I need to have like a cover page for the application? Something outlining what I am submitting?
  9. OzzieWishes

    BA undergrad and PGCE work experience points

    As far as I know, it is only the experience gained once you have qualified.
  10. Wow, @Monicadta, I did not know this app existed! I'm writing in 1.5 weeks, so this will help a lot. Thanks for sharing! UPDATE: This app seems great on the surface with loads of practice material, but its very wrong. I've been doing the writing exercises and the grammer and sentence structure is very bad and even the suggested answeres are questionable at best. If your English is not too great to start with, this app will probably make things worse.
  11. https://home.pearsonvue.com/test-taker.aspx Just search for PTE Academic and follow the prompts.
  12. Thank you nanettedv and Monicadta . You were very helpful. Just another question. On what site did you make and pay for your booking to write?
  13. Hi Guys! Just updating the table. Miscellaneous visas: USERNAME MISC. VISAS INVITE LODGEMENT CO CONTACT CO REQUEST Days to CO Contact GRANT DAYS TO GRANT CO Contact > Grant TamTam 101 Child --- 30-Jun-17 24-Jan-18 Medical 208 07-Mar-18 250 42 Tntaglia 457 --- 30-Nov-17 12-Feb-18 More info on nomination 74 21-Feb-18 83 9 CatchingStars PMV 300 28-Feb-18 489 visas: USERNAME 489 VISAS INVITE LODGEMENT CO CONTACT CO REQUEST Days to CO Contact GRANT DAYS TO GRANT CO Contact > Grant Nikes 489 TAS --- 15-Nov-17 15-Jan-18 Additional docs 61 14-Apr-18 150 89 anusha 489 22-Nov-18 02-Jan-18 26-Mar-18 5 years bank statements 83 07-Jun-18 156 73 Purple Ferri 489 SA 18-Dec-17 14-Jan-18 --- --- --- 11-Apr-18 87 --- Tynamite 489 SA 29-Mar 2016/03/18 2014/08/18 Additional PCC for name in Portuguese passport 151 190 visas: USERNAME 190 VISAS INVITE LODGEMENT CO CONTACT CO REQUEST Days to CO Contact GRANT DAYS TO GRANT CO Contact > Grant renebo 190 VIC 28-Nov-18 04-Dec-17 --- --- --- 15-Feb-18 73 --- RenVilo 190 VIC 06-Dec-17 09-Dec-17 --- --- --- 23-Feb-18 76 --- Lidan 190 NSW 19-Dec-17 28-Dec-17 --- --- --- 26-Mar-18 88 --- laurie26 190 13-Nov-18 04-Jan-18 --- --- --- 04-Apr-18 90 --- Tntaglia 190 NSW 17-Jan-18 19-Jan-18 --- --- --- 24-Apr-18 94 --- 02-Mar 190 TAS 24-Jan-18 30-Jan-18 --- --- --- 30-Apr-18 90 --- JayAySon 190 NSW 12-Feb-18 14-Feb-18 24-May-18 Requested PCC 99 25-May-18 100 1 MaraJade 190 NSW 14-Mar-18 28-Mar-18 --- --- --- 07-Jul-18 101 --- Duggen 190 (Tas) 20-Jun-18 22-Jun-18 --- --- --- 15-Oct-18 115 --- ChareenC 190 (SA) 25-Jul-18 05-Aug-18 189 visas: USERNAME 189 VISAS INVITE LODGEMENT CO CONTACT CO REQUEST Days to CO Contact GRANT DAYS TO GRANT CO Contact > Grant AdriaanSanta 189 07-Jun-17 21-Jun-17 07-Aug-17 --- 47 01-Mar-18 253 206 miles 189 23-Aug-17 --- --- 16-Feb-18 177 --- iambrettstar 189 23-Aug-17 14-Oct-17 06-Dec-17 Assessment commence email 53 13-Apr-18 181 128 Piet1234 189 06-Dec-17 --- --- --- 25-May-18 170 --- MaryAnne86 189 22-Nov-17 16-Dec-17 --- --- --- 21/05/2018 156 --- Ta2Bryan 189/190 08-Nov-18 21-Dec-18 --- --- --- 24/05/2018 154 --- Lienno 189 20-Dec-17 02-Feb-18 27-Jun-18 Salary Information 145 29/11/2018 301 156 12-Sep-18 Tax documents and Payslips 222 TamLovesRic 189 21-Feb-18 27-Feb-18 17-Jul-18 Form 80 140 09-Aug-18 163 23 26-Jul-18 Employment reference / evidence/ 149 08-Aug-18 Form 80 again 162 Rossen 189 21-Feb-18 01-Mar-18 --- --- --- 17-Jul-18 138 --- Libra 189 20-Mar-18 30-Mar-18 --- --- --- 06-Aug-18 129 --- speechless 189 07-Mar-18 10-Apr-18 24-Jul-18 Employment evidence 106 18-Oct-18 191 67 Ty11 189 08-May-18 17-May-18 03-Sep-18 Form 80 109 Police clearance for wife with maiden name Further evidence of English for wife JuanitaP 189 11-Aug-18 22-Aug-18 07-Nov-18 Secondary applicant's English test date more than 12 months since the file was picked up for processing 77 21-Feb-19 183 106 (New Pearson's results submitted on the 15th of November) MJ2 189 11-Aug-18 12-Sep-18 21-Nov-18 Further proof of employment. Secondary applicant’s proof of functional English. Secondary Applicant PCC with maiden name 70 6-March-19 175 105 RAINKINGx1 189 11-Jan-19 01-Feb-19
  14. RAINKINGx1

    Taking stock - 10 Weeks after arriving in Brisbane

    Thanks so much for giving back. Many of us are waiting on Visa's and are nervous about the unknown. Any information is helpful. Did you do a LSD trip , or was this your first time going there ?
  15. Dill

    Spousal Visa

    RYLC and LM17 are correct! When I applied for my 309/100, we had been married for 12 years (same surname), with an 11 year old son. We had joint bank accounts, the same physical and postal address, family memberships at a golf club and a gym, invitations to functions with both our names, statutory declarations from several contactable Australians (including a school principal and a doctor) to say that we were recognised as a couple and a family in the community. In short, I submitted a paper based application with a massive amount of evidence of a "genuine and continuing relationship", including photographs of us as a family. When the case officer was appointed, she requested more photos of us, but with friends and people who were not related to us! I would love to be able to get my brother into Australia by marriage to one of my many single girlfriends, but would definitely not want any of them to end up on "A Current Affair"😩
  16. LM17

    Spousal Visa

    Agreed your Australian "hubby" will end up on "a current affair" 😉
  17. Weekend boost for my fellow roomies.... I've had my mum's application progress to 2nd VAC today afternoon. I created an Immi account within the next 15 minutes and paid via credit card. I wish they gave BPAY option as it would help avoid the $575 in fees. But after the excruciating wait I am in no mood to haggle 😅 See my detailed timeline below. For those who are wondering how I paid AoS before I got the acceptance letter please see my AoS saga as per my posts on 28 Nov and 3 Dec 2018. We all have unique circumstances and each one shared means learning for the rest of us. In my case, it so happened I had travel plans and couldn't wait for the AoS acceptance letter to arrive at it's usual 5 working day pace. The Centrelink officer who confirmed my AoS acceptance on phone considered my circumstances and offered to release it the same day. However I needed to visit a centrelink branch near to me and print it manually there and couldn't access through my Centreelink account yet. To avoid blank looks and delays from the branch I would visit, as this is not normally what they do, I anticipated the local branch would need instructions on how to access the letter to print it for me. I asked the kind lady on the phone to give me a Standard Operating Procedure of sorts (verbally and I jotted down the steps) that the local branch staff should take to find the letter. I also asked if she can provide her name or staff ID so they could check with her through internal communication channels if they were stuck for any reason. She obliged. The staff at the local centrelink branch were delighted at a written procedure they could follow and thanked me for my foresight, I gave it to them as my gift 😁 - well Necessity is indeed the mother of invention!! The local branch officer mentioned she had done this once in her career and it took half a day and her supervisor getting involved as they have multiple systems and are not trained for this. In my case it took 3 minutes 😎 I have reproduced my timeline as below since it doesn't show from my account details on mobile. I have lumped it by process rather than chronologically so you can see how each process went in my case: 143 Lodgement date: 25/06/2015 Acknowledgement Letter: 7/07/2015 Invitation for further documents: 3/04/2018 AoS application: 8/06/2018 AoS interview: 3/12/2018 AoS Acceptance Letter: 10/12/2018 (but manually extracted at Centrelink same day) AoS payment: 3/12/2018 CO's Formal Request for docs: 28/11/2018 2nd VAC Payment: 22/03/2019 VISA GRANTED: Still waiting INITIAL ENTRY DATE DEADLINE: 12/06/19
  18. RYLC

    Spousal Visa

    This visa is a known "hack" for getting into Australia and is highly scrutinised. There are checks and balances within the visa process to verify that the relationship is genuine so just getting married to get a visa isn't a good idea. It is also quite an expensive visa (at $7500 just for the application fee) last time I checked and seems to take over 12 months to process. These visas do get cancelled later if it is discovered that the relationship is not genuine. Australia uses a lot of data matching processes to double check information. I wouldn't recommend trying to work the system if that is what you are asking.
  19. G'day All, Seeing as though I have relied quite a lot on this Forum for information and moral support in the time leading up to our departure from SA, I though it might be good to take stock and give some account of our experience since arriving in Brisbane, Australia on 5 January 2019. But first, a short history of how we got here... My wife and I got married in 2010 and ever the years whenever big negative events happened in SA (Nkandla, Axing of Finance Ministers, Ratings Downgrades, Load Shedding, SOE Bailouts, Land re-appropriation policy changes, visits to home affairs etc.) would be inclined to think about emigration and we probably seriously explored the idea about 3 times between 2010 and 2016. Then life events happened (Father was diagnosed with Cancer and the premature birth of our first child) which would then stifle our plans and force us to focus more on the situation at hand. That and the estimated amount needed for a PR visa and related costs of R100 000 and R 100 000 to ship a container was a bit of an issue. That all changed drastically and quickly in September 2018 when my wife was approached by an HR person for a local Australian Engineering company and after we debated it, we decided we have nothing to lose by my wife going through the interview process. A few weeks later, my wife received decent job offer with the company offering to sponsor our Visas, relocation costs, flights etc. and we grabbed the opportunity. After jumping through a lot of hoops, selling our property and cars, cashing in all of our pensions and investments, we got on a plane and landed in our new home, Brisbane, on 5 January 2019 with 2 backpacks, 3 suitcases and cautious optimism... Our first hand account of Life in Brisbane... It seems that most immigrants aim to start their new lives in Sydney and Melbourne with Perth and Brisbane probably being viewed as the second or third choice for some. I must say that the fact that living costs and property prices in Brisbane are much lower than Sydney and Melbourne as well as the fact that there are a lot less people living here which means that roads are less congested is a BIG PLUS in my opinion. The City is also quite small with the CBD probably spanning around 2km so you could walk from one side to the other in about 15-20 minutes but it is by all account a world class city with a lot going for it. We arrived at the Brisbane airport at around 11:30 pm due to a 2 hour flight delay in Sydney due to heavy thunder and missed our booked transfer (Connexion) by around 2 hours. The airport was quiet at that time and we thought we would probably need to get an Uber to transfer us to our temporary accommodation. Luckily the Connexion counter was still open and I asked the person at the counter if there is any chance they could still transport us to our apartment. He said hang on, quickly ran to the minibus driver and came back saying we can hop aboard, the driver will drop us off (All of this without even checking the system if we actually had a booking). So off we went and 30 minutes later, we we are checked into our temporary apartment which would be our home for the first month. Around 01:00 we realised that we needed to urgently get milk for our toddler so we quickly took the lift down and walked to the nearest Seven Eleven which was probably 200 meters from the hotel. We felt absolutely safe and confident to walk alone in the CBD and it is as if we just left the fear at the airport in SA. On the way back we saw two police officers on horses patrolling the streets which also gave a nice warm feeling. We were able to open a bank account from South Africa (over the internet) with one of the big 4 banks and between November and December as we liquidated our assets in SA transferred our life savings and Net Asset value into the account. On the Sunday after our arrival the previous night, we decided to explore the City a bit and to find out where the closest shops were and we ended up at the Queen street mall (not a mall like in SA) where coincidentally there was a branch of the bank we had opened an account with and it was open at 3pm on a Sunday. We had to visit the branch in person to activate the account because before activation, you can only deposit but not transact. It was very painless and quick and we left about 20 minutes later with an active bank account and bank cards for both me and my wife. The next admin issue that was high on our list was to get driver's licenses (Technically this wasn't urgent as I think our SA ones are valid for about 3 months after arrival) but I have a bit of OCD and want my affairs in order so on Monday, we went to the closed department of Transport and Main Roads (there were 3 to choose from all within walking distance). We received a ticket at the entrance and were helped within 10 minutes as well as issued with temporary licenses with a note saying that our Licence cards would be delivered after 21 days to our apartment. I must say when one is used to the type of service from government departments in SA, this is a breath of fresh air and it was my best experience ever dealing with a government department. As promised on day 21, low and behold, our actual drivers cards was delivered to our residence (another breath of fresh air when you are used to SA standards). Our next new experience was going to buy groceries (our first experience was at a Coles but Woolworths is very similar). When you come from SA, you tend to convert everything back to Rands for a while and when you do that, most things are SUPER EXPENSIVE. Other things are similarly priced or even cheaper than SA. For example, we buy 1 kg of Cheese for around $6, Milk for $1 per litre and sliced bread (like Albany) for $1.25 which is close to SA and even cheaper for some items at R10 to the $. Tomatoes vary between $4-$9 per kg but it is dependent on supply and there is a severe drought in Australia at the moment. When we got to the pay points, there was no cashier and we quickly realised that it is self service. They have terminals and clever scales where you scan each item and place it in the packing area and once all the items are scanned, you click pay and tap your card and you are done. Don't remove items from the packing area prematurely though as the scale flags this and you need an attendant to come and unlock the terminal. This happened a lot during our first go and we probably spent 20 minutes the counter to finish our first grocery shopping. Labour here is expensive, I think the minimum hourly wage is $25 so most places require self service. As a guideline I would say one needs to double your Rand Spending to have the same meaning if you spent R 5000 per month in SA for groceries, you could easily end up spending $1 000 per month. Next we needed to experience and figure our how the public transport system works so with a bit of research we figured our you could buy a Translink card (Similar to a Gautrain Card) at any Seven Eleven so we did that and set off for our first experience using the city public transport. We ended up going to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and paid around $70 for me and my wife (Luckily the baby was free) to enter and spent about 2 hours there. It was a lovely experience but it felt expensive as I was still converting the price to Rand and going to the Zoo in SA doesn't cost a couple R700 for entry. The public transport in Brisbane is Amaze-balls and you have a choice of using Trains, Buses or Ferry's all with tapping your Translink card on and off. The people in the buses are also generally very well mannered and they get off their seats in the wheelchair areas to make space if they see you have a baby in a pram (Stroller). You also have other options to get around in the city with Bicycles that you check out an and in to designated areas and Lime electric scooters that you unlock and lock with a smartphone app. The city is lively and buzzing with activity and there are shops, convenience shops, coffee shops & restaurants all over. Technically one does not need a car as the public transport is efficient, safe, clean an reliable but we decided to buy a car for leisure and weekends because it is just a lot more convenient if you are travelling with a baby and have lots of peripherals to take along. Also the public transport is not the best choice after doing your weekly shopping as you will have to physically carry all the bags. If you plan on exploring a bit over weekends and want to go around 50km out of the City, having a car is much more convenient and that is why we decided to buy one. We bought a brand new Hyundai Tucson 2.0 TDCi Elite AT for $41 000 which is much cheaper than what you would pay for in SA, when I checked the equivalent in SA would cost about R 580 000. So cars here are a lot cheaper. Fast food and any restaurant food is quite expensive (when you convert it to Rand). As an example, a meal a McDonalds of Burger King that would cost R 60-70 would easily cost around $15. My wife and I do take-aways one night a week and pay about $ 30 for the two of us. Eating in restaurants are a lot more expensive though and you could end up paying $30-40 for a main, around $8 per beer and if you include starters and dessert you could easily have a bill of $120-$150 for two in a nice (not fancy) restaurant. Daycare is amazing here, the staff are very well trained and the facilities is just a big notch higher than what is available in SA. Our child went to Opti-Baby in Highveld and it was a good quality school with good facilities and good staff. But here it is just on a completely different level and we have definitely noticed a marked improvement on our son's development since he started going to daycare here. All of this unfortunately does come at a HUGE cost and Daycare is our single biggest expense, more than our weekly rent and much more than our weekly grocery and living costs. We spend a whopping $147 per day on Daycare which means in a year we would need to foot a bill of $38 000 or close to R 400 000. Now if you convert everything to Rand (like I still do) this is just an inordinate amount to be spending on daycare. In SA we would spend 10% of the per year. Things do get better though, when we get Permanent Residence we would be entitled for a government rebate of $ 10 000 per year for daycare so that helps. Private health insurance (Medical Aid) is a pre-requisite of our VISA and we got the equivalent of Discovery's Executive plan (and they even pay for In-Vitro) for around $600 per month for the entire family. Once again if we get Permanent Residence, we would qualify for the national healthcare (Medicare) and would only need to supplement it a little bit with private health insurance. Housing here is SUPER EXPENSIVE and a very average house which would not be anything near to a descent house in South Africa could easily cost $ 700 000 with houses of $ 1200 000 being nothing to write home about. We had a very entry level house in Midstream, South Africa that we sold for R 3 million. For $ 300 000 you will be getting a dump, fix me upper with a lot of work. Gardens here are also very basic and not as nice as in SA because one simply could not afford garden services or an Amos to work in your garden one day a week. The same goes for house cleaning, a cleaner would cost around $30 per hour so it is just affordable to have someone spend a day a week to clean your house and do the washing. That being said, we were spoilt in SA with a cleaning lady that came two days a week and garden services that came once a week all for around R 2 500 per month. Here you do almost everything yourself and although it is something to get used to, it is fine and very possible, everyone does it. We won't be buying a house anytime soon so in the meantime we are living in an apartment in the City that is easy to keep clean and in proximity to most attractions. If you are a professional, you can expect a very decent salary and even if you are not, you can make a good living in Australia doing low skill jobs. If you are married and both of you are working, you can have a very good quality life and would even be able to save and go on plenty of holidays. My wife was obviously sorted with a job when we landed as that is how we got here. I have however also been very fortunate to find a good jobs that pays well within two weeks of landing here so I really can't complain. Now that we are earning in Dollars, we tend to convert things less into Rand and everything doesn't seem that expensive anymore, it is the new standard. I also feel that everyone her has an equal opportunity to land a jobs and there is absolutely no prejudice or preference given to certain race groups when applying for positions. If you have the required skill set and experience that matches a job requirement, you do stand a good chance of landing the job. Also the red tape is cut down to a minimal when starting a new business and work gets awarded fairly not based on any BEE credentials or Nepotism. Everyone has a fair chance to succeed. Also unemployment is like 4 % which really help and I believe is the one thing that SA's government would need to fix before there is any chance of a turn-around in SA. The one caveat of being here is missing the family and at times one does feel very lonely but if you come over as a family, you can give each other comfort knowing that you are in a stable country with a stable economy where your children will have a bright bright future and criminals are actually caught and prosecuted. There is not that constant fear that your life is in danger whenever you leave your house/office and you don't wake up at night when you hear noises expecting the worst. We try and set up regular Skype/Whatsapp calls with our people at home and although it is not the same, this is becoming the new normal for us. I don't regret our decision one bit, we do miss our family and friends but I honestly believe this is the best decision we could have made for us. It is a very personal decision that everyone that is considering to uproot their life in SA should think about, it is not easy, you will go through stages of depression and loneliness but time heals everything. It is possibly the biggest decision you will make in your lifetime so take the time to really consider the pros and cons of staying in SA or leaving and starting a new life. Be very clear about your reasons for leaving if you do decide on that. But when you commit to a decision, commit fully and just do it without regrets and without looking back. Close the old chapter behind you and be open to embrace the new experience that lies ahead. I am grateful for this excellent platform (SAAustralia) as there is a wealth of information and people genuinely make an effort to assist and answer questions would be emigrants might have. If anyone is in the same position where we were 5 months ago and need some guidance or advice, please feel free to reach out to me, I will gladly assist. Thanks everyone, and take care. ZPrinsloo
  20. LM17

    Starting the Process

    Not sure if it has changed but when I wrote the IELTS - you got a boat load of information/practice tests immediately after you registered for the tests.
  21. I have just made a post relating to the current governments announcement of the 2019-20 Migration Plan (be aware that we are expecting an election some time around May). The government is intending to significantly decrease the numbers of 189 visas and to increase the States and Territories ability to select the visa applicants it feels will benefit their region. There is also to be a push and increase in the number of Regional Visa (a temporary visa initially which will require the visa holder to live/work in a regional area for 3 years before being eligible to apply for permanent residence). This will likely increase the competition (and therefore points scores) required to obtain an invitation for a 189 visa. https://www.taylormadeimmigration.com/2019-20 Migration Plan
  22. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but to keep you aware, the government has recently announced that they will reduce the number of permanent resident visas in the next migration year. (NB: this was announced by the current Coalition government and we are expecting an election some time around May).
  23. The current government has announced their 2019-20 Migration Plan (NB: there is a Federal election this year, this is the current governments Migration Plan) The yearly ceiling on Permanent Residence Visas will reduce from 190,000 to 160,000 (-20,000 skilled visas -10,000 family visas). Plus, to encourage migrants to choose locations other than the main cities (e.g. Sydney and Melbourne), increased ability to select applicants has been provided to the States and Territories within the Skilled Independent Visa options, including an increase in the number of 489 visas available. There has been a significant reduction in the number of 189 skilled visas and partner visas. Plus, it is not good news for Parent or Partner visas that are already seeing very long processing times. We have provided an analysis of the change in visa ceilings on our website and I will copy the table in below: https://www.taylormadeimmigration.com/2019-20%20Migration%20Plan
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  25. Would you get married in order to get a visa thereby enabling you to get out off the good old RSA? Just wondering if some would do it. 👩‍❤️‍💋‍👨 The Partner Visa subclass 820/801 (for onshore applicants) and 100/309 (for offshore applicants) allows the spouse or de facto partner of an Australian citizen, a permanent resident or an eligible New Zealand citizen, to live in Australia.
  26. TEAM3REDEL

    Starting the Process

    Hi CulyT and Philip84 My wife is writing the IELTS test on the 6th of April. There is a brilliant guy with the name of Chris Pell on Facebook that can help you prepare for the test. Could you kindly send me some practice material as well. Much appreciated Blessings
  27. Philip84

    Starting the Process

    In short ielts is a normal exam. The speaking is done with a real person. This all has some benefits. The test are limited places and very as you saw you wait long to write and even longer to get the results Pte is done on a computer. Which has some benefits and disadvantages. The speaking is for example is some getting use to. But as I said you can probably get a test every day of the week and the result with In a day or 2. So it's really up to you. If you still unsure or want to do the pte, pm me your email addres I will send you a file with 3 tests on it. It's as close to real thing and you can make informed decision.
  28. @Duggen you are spot on , *Nationals* indeed , I am losing my mind , apologies, the Labour candidate for NSW,(the election is Saturday) is currently in the news - a video was leaked where he blames Asian immigrants for the high cost of living and property in Sydney , which has led to young Australian leaving the state - irrespective whether you agree with him or not , it does leads to some mixed messaging from them. Will have to wait and see 😉
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